Almeria y Valladolid They left their homework for the last day with the goalless draw that they signed this Sunday at the Power Horse Stadiumwhich left the visitors happier than the locals, given what was seen on the pitch.
The first half was dominated by rojiblanco, with a very clear opportunity to take the lead through Dyego Sousa, but the Almeria team did not translate their good play into goals and the second half was more even, with approaches from Cyle Larin and a post from Lázaro Vinicius, but nothing broke the initial 0-0.
Almería and Valladolid went onto the pitch doubtfully, the result of their nerves over the situation they are both facing. Were the pucelanos who handled the game better in the initial moments with a couple of close-ups, but it was a mirage.
In the 28th minute a clear opportunity came from the locals in a good counter between Lucas Robertone, Gonzalo Melero and Lázaro Vinicius that Dyego Sousa finished off, but the goalkeeper Jordi Masip avoided the goal.
After the restart, Almería continued with the dynamics at the end of the first 45 minutes, with Centelles shooting from distance to test a very confident Jordi Masip.
Valladolid took advantage of the typical ‘slut’ between Rodrigo Ely and Srdjan Babic in a divided ball that Culé Larin did not take advantage of.
The Andalusians came close to the goal through Lázaro Vinicius after a pass from Gonzalo Melero, who was able to shoot earlier, but ended up with the ball on a post after his point-blank shot. Lázaro was also able to score later, but his shot from his side went into the hands of the goalkeeper.
Almería had occasions of all colors, but they did not take advantage of them due to their poor aim. The next to join the list of failures was Samú Costa, with a header that went high, although the visitors They gave another scare with Robert Kennedy, who spliced a deflected volley ball.
The match ended with the same result with which it began, with an Almería that hopes not to regret the numerous failed occasions this Sunday on the last day in the field of an already relegated Espanyol.
0 – Almeria: Fernando Martinez; Alejandro Pozo, Rodrigo Ely, Srdjan Babic, Álex Centelles (Sergio Akieme, m.87); Lucas Robertone, Samú Costa, Gonzalo Melero (Francisco Portillo, m.77); Adrián Embarba (Largie Ramazani, m.68), Lázaro Vinicius and Dyego Sousa (El Bilal Touré, m.77).
0 – Valladolid: Jordi Masip; Iván Fresneda, (Lucas Rosa, m.72), Javi Sánchez, Martin Hongla, Lucas Ozala; Óscar Plano (Kike Pérez, m.72), Roque Mesa (David Torres, m.64), Álvaro Aguado (Robert Kenedy, m.64); Gonzalo Plata, Cyle Larin and Darwin Machís (Ramón Rodríguez Jiménez ‘Monchu’, m.57).
Referee: Alberola Rojas (Castilian-La Mancha Committee). He admonished the visitors Monchu (m.68) and Gonzalo Plata (m.88).
Incidences: Match of the thirty-seventh day of LaLiga Santander played at the Power Horse Stadium in front of 14,608 spectators. Before the initial whistle, a minute’s silence was observed in honor of the club’s season ticket holders who died during the course of the season.
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