Vélez stops Antequera; all the outcomes of Malaga soccer

Vélez stops Antequera; all the outcomes of Malaga soccer

El Palo stays chief within the Third RFEF after successful by the minimal at house

SECOND RFEF: Vélez-Antequera (1-0)

Vélez imposes its vitality in a derby of nice high quality

Antequera misplaced their first sport of the season, and so they did so in an intense derby, stuffed with alternate options in dominance, emotion, controversy and a aim, which put an finish to the dropping streak of Vivar Téllez.

The one who appeared as chief of the group within the first half hour was superior, Luis Alcalde crashing a ball into the crossbar. The primary half ended with two controversial performs, Montejo’s aim disallowed for offside and a doable ‘ghost aim’, in favor of Vélez.

The Whites’ begin within the second half was probably the greatest of the season, one thing that gave them the victory aim in a very good middle from the appropriate by Zamorano, which Luismi caught, after all, a former Antequera participant, to overhaul to your workforce. Luismi himself was capable of rating the second and on the final play of the match, Miguel saved the tie with a shot from Lanzini. The conflict responded to what was anticipated and the big viewers was capable of see a very good soccer match.

SECOND RFEF: Melilla-Estepona (0-0)

The workforce from Estepona stands as much as the chief, who might even win

Estepona took some extent, which might nicely have been three, from their go to to the chief. They drew 0-0 with Melilla in a good match, from much less to extra, during which the folks from Costa del Sol had choices to attain victory within the second half. The primary half was scored, with out alternatives past a shot by the native Dani that Razak saved nicely.

After the break, Estepona turned extra emboldened with a shot by Álvaro Sánchez and later with a shot by Manu Toledano that was sung as a aim. Melilla, led by Miguel Rivera from Malaga, was left with one much less participant 1 / 4 of an hour from the top, coinciding with the very best visiting minutes. Domingo was expelled virtually on the finish and the sport ended the identical means it began.

SECOND RFEF: Torremolinos-Cádiz Mirandilla (0-2)

First defeat in opposition to a forceful rival

Torremolinos’s first defeat and he arrived signing a match the place he made deserves to at the very least not lose. Within the first half, the cadista subsidiary defended itself in opposition to the native assaults, Forján, to the woodwork and Borre had been capable of rating a aim. Within the second half, a lateral foul by Fornés escaped Javi Cuenca (0-1) within the 62nd minute. Javi López hit the crossbar and De la Rosa scored in additional time.

THIRD RFEF: Marbella-Torredonjimeno (3-0)

Victory with out bother because of the solidity and management of the match

Marbella confirmed their solidity with a cushty 3-0 victory in opposition to Torredonjimeno. From the beginning, he carried the load of the match, with events from Gato and Valero that would nicely have altered the scoreboard. Peris caught a rebound from the sting of the field to place Marbella forward on the break. Within the second half, there have been no defensive concessions and, on a counterattack, Iker acquired a very good cross from Jorge Álvarez to nail the ball into the highest nook. One minute from the top David Spain established the ultimate 3-0 by defining a ‘in opposition to’ with the left.

THIRD RFEF: El Palo-Maracena (1-0)

A aim by Víctor Vázquez certifies the management

El Palo continues to guide its group within the Third Division based mostly on victories and struggling. A solitary aim from Víctor Vázquez helped him proceed his direct ascent, however not earlier than competing in a really bodily sport, and with a rival who didn’t present his poor classification. The Granadans arrived in San Ignacio considering of defending themselves in opposition to the assaults of a rival who had their greatest man in Víctor Vázquez within the first half, his aim in minute 45 could be key. Within the second half they made deserves to attain.

TGERCERA RFEF: Hurricane Melilla-AT. Malaga (1-4)

The subsidiary exhibits its high quality within the ultimate stretch

Malagueño’s first away win, on the backside workforce’s fiefdom, however the verdict got here within the ultimate stretch. Melilla scored their first aim this season, from a penalty within the forty fifth minute, though the reserve workforce had beforehand gone forward via Chupete. This scored once more within the 68th 1-2, which gave peace of thoughts earlier than the targets of Oñate and Jesús Martín.

THIRD RFEF: Almería B-Málaga Metropolis (3-0)

The scoreboard didn’t do justice to Malaga Metropolis

Málaga Metropolis didn’t deserve such a lopsided defeat in opposition to the Almería subsidiary. The folks of Malaga had their choices, however they nonetheless lack a aim and that condemned them to a different defeat. David Cuenca opened the scoring within the ninth minute, and regardless of this early riser, Málaga Metropolis competed and forgave the tie. That made the standard of Almería B determine with two targets within the second half from Nuñez and Tchami.

THIRD RFEF: Torre del Mar-Porcuna (2-1)

Spherical day for the Torreño workforce

Triumph of Torre del Mar on the day that lighting and synthetic grass was inaugurated on the Juan Manuel Azuaga. The primary half was productive by way of targets, and Jona opened the scoring with a shot in minute 2. Play traced to Manu Sarmiento’s equalizer in minute 20. The locals went forward earlier than the break in a person motion by Pato.

SECOND RFEF: Tenerife-Malaga (1-1)

Malaga lets the victory slip away within the added

Ladies’s Malaga was left with honey on their lips yesterday. He was forward on the scoreboard on a regular basis because of a aim from Futu within the thirty fourth minute, letting the win slip by conceding a aim from Benchara, from Tenerife, within the 97th minute (1-1).

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