One, two and three. Not only are the points that the Costa Brava has added in the first three days of this League in the First RFEF, but above all the saving saves of its goalkeeper. A Marcos Pérez who became the real protagonist at the Johan Cruyff Stadium. The architect to save a point against the Barça subsidiary. Oriol Alsina’s team looked like the rocky team that played their matches at the Municipal de Llagostera last season, and not the dominator of the game that had been seen in previous duels with UCAM and Atlético Sanluqueño. The ball was for the home side, who also don’t know what it’s like to win yet. But they could also have lost because the Costa Brava, despite suffering and sweating bravely, also had two very good chances, at the feet of Boris Garrós and Àlex Calatrava.
Talking about emergencies so soon might seem rushed. But victories are always necessary so as not to complicate life. Yesterday, a duel between two teams that had not yet won and still do not. To try to surprise Barça B, Alsina only made two changes compared to the last eleven. Andreu Guiu and Moussa Jr. to the detriment of Calatrava and Pere Martín -his position on the right flank was occupied by Jordi Xumetra. Far from being the dominant team and wanting to pamper the ball that the Costa Brava coach wants, it was soon clear that possession was for the home team. A script surely expected during the week. As well as opportunities for the Barça subsidiary, and perhaps not a few. Nor did anyone rule out that Marcos Pérez, as happens every week, would do his thing again, and so it was. Instead of once, the Good Shepherd goalkeeper appeared three times. Twice in the first half and another in the second. Always providential. Salvador.
The people of Girona were not at all comfortable on the pitch. Of course, the scenario was not always the same because the Costa Brava, despite suffering, also had its say. At the end of each part, looking for oil. Of clear opportunities, of course, only two. One for a while. Shortly before the break, and centered by Xumetra towards his offensive reference, Boris Garrós signed the shot but hit the goalkeeper Iñaki Peña, very well placed to avoid further harm to his team.
In case the flies, there would be another arrival that did not bear fruit either. After several obvious shirt pulling incidents, Àlex Calatrava got himself booked. The manager of Àlex Calatrava was not happy. He was unlucky on his side and the ball was positioned to hit him with his right leg when he is left-handed. The shot was not good at all and Peña stopped it without any problem. This was the last chance to scratch something from a Costa Brava that, although it has not yet won, has not lost. The streak will be able to break it on Friday at 7 pm against Cornellà in Palamós.