The Belgian international’s great game Dodi Lukébakio led the Sevilla’s rout (5-1), a team that liked each other for the first time this season and did so at the expense of Almería, who already went to half-time with a 3-0 lead and that could even have conceded a few more goals, something that leaves very touched to the team led by Vicente Morenoa little deeper into the table.
The seventh day opened with a match between two teams eager to winwho had just played last Saturday and signed draws that were more convincing because of the game than because of the point added, since it kept them in the lower part of the table, the Sevillian on the verge of the relegation places and the Almeria player at the bottom and as the only one in the category who has not yet won.
The local coach, José Luis Mendilibar, it rotated a lot again to distribute the minutes in this saturated program between LaLiga and the ‘Champions’ and thus the right back Jesús Navas was one of the six new additions, after missing the previous one in the warm-up of El Sadar (0-0), while the central Sergio Ramos was left as a substitute after also being absent in Pamplona, this time due to an overload.
Vicente Moreno, for his part, introduced four variations with respect to the eleven that drew 2-2 at home against Valencia, with the entry, apart from the Malian striker Ibrahima Koné, of the former Sevilla player Alejandro Pozo and Álex Centelles on the sides; and the half-Ghanaian Iddrisu Baba; to the detriment of Chumi, Akieme, the Argentine Robertone and Adri Embarba.
with those men Almería came out ready, well positioned, eager for the ball and on top of the rival in the pressure and that gave him so that Sevilla He almost didn’t step on the opponent’s field in the first five minutes, but when he did it was lethal.
The locals crossed the field and forced a first corner, which Suso Fernández took, the Frenchman headed it into the top corner. Loic Bade and Youssef En-Nesyrialso upside down, He scored a goal shortly before the seven minutes were upwith which the Moroccan striker added his second of this season in LaLiga.
But Seville’s effectiveness was one hundred percent when a minute later Lukébakio made a great personal move with several breaks that ended with a shoe strike with his right foot that slipped into the corner, also his second in this campaign in his debut as a Sevilla player.
Those two sets and the 2-0 score broke everything planned by Vicente Moreno and those from Mendilibar wanted to take advantage of the disorientation of Almeria so that there was a carousel of attacks from both wings and continuous scoring opportunities, some very clear such as a header from the Argentine Erik Lamela or an acrobatic shot from Lukébakio.
Lukebakio of Assis Moreira, known as Lukebakinho Gaucho.
What seemed to be coming took a while, but it arrived, in Suso’s classic action of cuts on the edge of the area and a left-footed shot that was impossible on this occasion for the Portuguese goalkeeper. Luis Maximianoa goal that reached 38 minutes and that left a 3-0 at halftimea result that could even have been somewhat broader.
The Valencian coach had to talk a lot in the locker room to change the dynamic in the second part And so Almería was seen wanting to advance but, as in the first, the locals mounted a first counterattack starring again by Lukébakio that ended with a goal from Lamela.
Even the Belgian international midfielder scored another goal but it was disallowed due to a previous foul, although later came a penalty from Jesús Navas on the Belgian Largie Ramazani and the Colombian transformed it into 4-1, marking the first of his personal tally this season against the Norwegian goalkeeper Orjan Nyland, who this Tuesday repeated his starting role to the detriment of the Serbian Marko Dmitrovic.
He both from Almeria arrived in the 71st minutewith a lot of game ahead of them, but the visitor’s reaction did not come and the home team rounded off the victory, when in the extra time the youth player Kike Salas scored a good goal in his debut as a scorer in the first team.
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