The goal scored by Japanese midfielder Take Kubo in the 25th minute was enough for the team. real society Start the 2022-23 season with a win at the Nuevo Mirandilla stadium, where the visiting team is fighting. was better and was controlling the situation against a Cádiz who has little idea on the offensive front.
San Sebastian team used his best chance in the first half to make 0-1the work of the Japanese, one of the real supplements for this season Transfer from Real MadridIn the second half, he got some opportunities to make 0-2, but he didn’t, which gave life to the Cadiz team in search of a draw they couldn’t find.
Cadiz gains momentum ‘Choco’ Lozano was about to score in a personal game from the left.It ended with Remiro’s nice save. but this first attack was a mirage and before long a realistic domination began, without creating obvious chances, but circling around the Cadiz area.
Merino sought a header from Kubo’s corner kick, but the ball was lost from the high. Immediately afterwards, a threat to Real after the loss of Lucas Pérez could be canceled by the local defense.
In the 25th minute, the tie on the scoreboard was broken. Y he did it on the far side, when a indecision between Cadistas José Mari and Chust allows Real to get the ball back in a dangerous area. Merino saw this clearly and, with quality, cleared the ball over the defence, leaving Take Kubo completely alone, who was controlling and shooting Ledesma.
Cádiz was able to equalize immediately, but Fali’s shot with Remiro on the ground was cornered by the ubiquitous Merino.
More events allowed Real win the break. Lozano missed Cádiz’s clearest chance as soon as it started, while Kubo knew how to take advantage of him in a game with few scoring opportunities.
After Sergio González went through the dressing rooms, he seated Perea and allowed Awer Mabil to enter from the right flank. Neither of them is a normal football player of the said borderhowever, Cádiz has only Alejo on the roster as an expert and was still on the bench after he overcame some setbacks and entered the squad.
La Real found the match where they wanted it. fully controlled. Thanks to the strength of his defense and Cadista’s ineffectiveness on offense, he had no trouble in the back. The natives showed no signs of improvement and their lack of ideas was obvious.
However, Alguacil did not want to speculate about the outcome, and they were looking for a second goal to close the game, even though he sometimes played with the stopwatch. On the bench, Silva would have options like a timid shot from the side that Ledesma saved.
in 64 minutes, local trainer brought in Alejo and sent Mabil to his natural group he also replaced José Mari with Alarcón. Precisely Alarcón bothered Silva enough so a blank shot was not well directed and Ledesma deflected him. And in the next game, Ledesma again saved the Basque goal, this time clearing a long shot from Diego Rico.
La Real was close to the second goal but the score was still low and the yellows replaced Lucas Pérez for Negredo in search of hanging a ball that would allow a draw.
Sheriff took advantage of the hydration break to get a triple change. Merino, Kubo and Silva were replaced by Barrenetxea, Illarramendi and Cho. Basque coach was looking for fresh legs in his team Facing one last stretch, which Cádiz will throw without brakes in search of a draw.
A dual-center game by Mabil and Alejo was just before they entered the seven-minute grace period.
Cho could have given a penalty, but Ledesma won the game. Espino’s loss of the ball allowed the realistic striker to control the ball in his own half. and drive unbeatably to the local area where the Argentine goalkeeper has won.
Cho was able to score the second goal once again, but Ledesma again drew a saving hand. it was The last game of a match dominated by Real Sociedad.
0 – Cadiz: Ledesma, Zaldua (Diarra, m. 85), Chust, Luis Hernández, Espino, José Mari (Alarcón, m. 64), Fali, Perea (Mabil, m. 46), Arzamendia (Iván Alejo, m. 64), Lucas Pérez (Negredo, art. 72) and Lozano.
1 – Royal Society: Remiro, Aritz, Zubeldia, Le Normand, Diego Rico (Aihen, born 80), Zubimendi, Merino (Illarramendi, born 78), Kubo (Barrenetxea, born 78), Brais Méndez, Silva (Cho, born 78) and Isak (Karrikaburu, b. 84).
Aim: 0-1, M.24: Get Kubo.
Judge: Isidro Díaz de Mera (Castilian-Manchego Committee). Locals Zaldua (m.44), Lucas Pérez (m.45), Iván Alejo (m.69) and Fali (m.85) and Real Sociedad players Brais Méndez (m.85) received a yellow card. Illarramendi (d. 97). Cádiz’s physical trainer sent Sergio Dorado out with a direct red card in the 75th minute.
Events: The first day’s match of LaLiga Santander was played at the Nuevo Mirandilla stadium in front of 16,570 spectators. The presence of a large number of followers of the Royal Society, about a thousand.