Intercity remained winless with Eghosa’s goal in the 93rd minute. Return to Antonio SolanaIn the match Alejandro Sandroni’s team managed to show in their favor with another goal that seemed to be Solde’s savior.

The match started with a competitive start between the locals. Moha Traore with Pol Tristán, where the goalkeeper will prevail. The first quarter of an hour passed without much of a presence in the zones until the subsidiary gained a little more control; first Nils Mortimer created a climactic action close to the local police station, followed by a shot by Van Rijn. Also, I couldn’t find the three suits.

Julito and Raul Castro’s shots from outside the area, stopped by Gaizka, created opportunities for the visiting team at the break, while Intercity took a step back with a good goal from Simón Moreno, but it did not yield any results.

Two goals in the end

After the break, the match took on a dynamic more suitable for Sandroni’s team. Between local pressure and the reaction to leave Recreativo Granada in jeopardy, the importance of the territories has diminished at times. The Alicante team looked for firepower from the bench and this became crucial as the minutes ticked by..

The last quarter of an hour brought Cristo Romero to test Pol Tristán with a shot from the local team that the goalkeeper made himself in two halves. Where the Nasrid goalkeeper couldn’t get more was with the newly acquired player’s shot. In a move he described as Solde firing a powerful shot onto the post to break the first tie..

While the match was trying to end with the “men in black” saving their clothes and the reserve team trying to collect at least one point to avoid sinking further into the red light, Eghosa went looking for extra time in stoppage time. He saved one point at the far post and took two points from Intercity, which could not take a break despite being ahead on the scoreboard.

MATCH COMMITTEE

INTERCITY: Gaizka Campos; Guillem Jaime, Cristo, Vadik (Álvaro Pérez, 46′), Rafa Gálvez, Eneko Undabarrena, Xemi, Pol Roigé (Left, 62′), Simón Moreno (Jon Ceberio, 70′), Moha Traoré and Aarón Piñán (Bellotti, 86 )’).

GRANADA FUN: Pol Tristan; Philip Osei, Diego López, Sergio Rodelas, Nils Mortimer (Heredia, 85′), Van Rijn, Julito (Eghosa, 67′), Raúl Castro, Carlos Pérez (Clavijo, 62′), Juanma (Masllorens, 85′) and Mario (Ibarrondo, 85′).

GOALS: 1-0 (77′) Left. 1-1 (90’+3′) Eghosa.

REFEREE: Usón Rosel (Aragon committee). He warned Vadik, Pol Roigé and Bellotti on behalf of Intercity, and Carlos Pérez and Van Rijn on behalf of Recreativo Granada.

STADIUM: Antonio Solana.