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Valencia storms El Sadar

2022-10-07T22:33:06.892Z

Ávila and Cavani missed two penalties and there were three expulsions Direct Chronicle El Sadar was a colorful but rough game, with a strong leg, although with too much referee intervention, which did not measure what was happening. Nothing else could be expected from the two contenders. The victory was taken by Valencia, who worked on it with all the patience that it is possible to display against Osasuna, who could not set the usual pace. OSASuna 1 Herrera, Na



Direct Chronicle

El Sadar was a colorful but rough game, with a strong leg, although with too much referee intervention, which did not measure what was happening.

Nothing else could be expected from the two contenders.

The victory was taken by Valencia, who worked on it with all the patience that it is possible to display against Osasuna, who could not set the usual pace.

OSASuna

1

Herrera, Nacho Vidal (Rubén Peña, min. 45), Juan Cruz, Unai García, Aridane (Manu Sánchez, min. 45), Aimar Oroz (Rubén García, min. 62), Moi Gómez (Chimy Ávila, min. 52) , Lucas Torró, Abde (Brasanac, min. 71), Jon Moncayola and Kike García

VALValencia

two

Mamardashvili, Gayá, Mouctar Diakhaby (Gabriel Paulista, min. 85), Eray Cömert, Thierry Correia, Moriba Kourouma (Lato, min. 74), Justin Kluivert (Foulquier, min. 73), Samuel Lino, Hugo Guillamón (Yunus Musah, min. 61), Cavani (Hugo Duro, min. 73) and Andre Almeida

Goals

0-1 min.

27: Justin Kluivert.

0-2 min.

53: Mouctar Diakhaby.

1-2 minutes

92: Brasanac.

Referee

Miguel Angel Ortiz Arias

Yellow cards Hugo Guillamón (min. 37), Moriba Kourouma (min. 56), Lucas Torró (min. 63), Yunus Musah (min. 72), Eray Cömert (min. 78), Brasanac (min. 82), Mouctar Diakhaby (min. 83) and Herrera (min. 96)

Red cards Unai García (min. 68), Mouctar Diakhaby (min. 89) and Rubén Peña (min. 95)

It's not every day you play at the Bernabéu, so the feeling of danger goes down and sometimes you relax, because Valencia also wears white, but it's not the same.

Or yes, who knows, because what happens on the pitch is inscrutable, and Osasuna was unable to read the signals emitted by the team that Gattuso is setting up in Mestalla.

The Navarrese started well, looking for Kike García, planted near the area like a concrete block, and Abde found him, but the shot went too far across the box.

Then Valencia tightened the screws on the players on the wings and dried up the supply to the Manchego, although he was still able to receive a good service to test Mamardashvili.

Kike became an unlit beacon in the middle of a desert island, while the visiting team took over the reins.

Little by little, without rushing, trying to avoid his own mistakes and trying to provoke others, which happened too often, until in a robbery in his own field, Cavani received, ran and assisted Kluivert exquisitely, who followed the action and He slipped between the centrals to beat Herrera.

It is his first goal for Valencia in his first appearance as a starter.

He didn't need much to match his father's numbers in the same jersey.

Although more will be required of him.

Arrasate rehearsed with two changes at half-time and took Chimy Ávila off shortly after, but the picture got even darker for Osasuna, because in a ball thrown into the nest of the area, and between a forest of legs, Diakhaby received two steps from the goal and added the double for Valencia, who only with common sense when moving on the pitch put some respectable figures in their favor.

Not even from a penalty could Osasuna get close on the scoreboard, after Hugo Guillamón knocked down Kike García.

Chimy shot over Mamardashvili's goal.

It was not the day.

Unai García ratified it by knocking down Lino when he stood up to Herrera.

It was a penalty and a red card.

The second penalized Osasuna, who was left with one less player on the field.

Not the first.

The strikers who face the Pamplona goalkeeper in the maximum penalty have a strange fondness for the crossbar.

It happened to Benzema at the Bernabéu, and to Cavani at El Sadar, who struck harder, but at the same point as the Frenchman.

There was a lot of time left but little game to play, because Osasuna worked hard until the end, and Valencia had several counterattacks that could have been lethal but ended in nothing.

The visitors tried to sleep the match, something almost impossible with the rojillo team in front, but they managed, at least, to neutralize the local eagerness, although Darko's goal in added time put pepper in the final minutes, in which Valencia trembled for the first time, although Osasuna was left with nine players due to the expulsion of Rubén Peña in the throes of the game.

With the success of the Bernabéu in the middle, Osasuna chained two consecutive defeats in El Sadar.

Gattuso's Valencia, meanwhile, is progressing well.

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