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Willian José gives Betis a long-suffering victory

And Brazilian striker’s goal Willian José da Silva in the 19th minute gave Betis the victory against a The Palms that deserved more in the match they played this Sunday at the Benito Villamarín, in which Chilean Manuel Pellegrini’s team remain undefeated with five wins and two draws.

The two teams came out with the undisguised intention of taking control of the ball and it was the Canaries who took the initiative in the first minutes, well planted, with personality, pressuring the release of the Betis ball and entrusted to the speed of Marvin Park or Alberto Moleiro.

Betis couldn’t find a way out of the high pressure of Las Palmas and the vigilance of Isco Alarcón or the Portuguese William Carvalho, keys to breaking the Canarian network, which Isco was able to do on one occasion when, served by Ayoze Pérez, he crashed into the side of the net.

Betis began to take the initiative from the first ten minutes and in a corner taken by the man from Malaga, Chadi Riad finished off and led to a save by Álvaro Valles that prevented the Betic goal, which however came in the 19th minute by Willian José da Silva after a luxury by Isco after a loss in the departure of the ball from Las Palmas.

The Canaries could not clearly reach Fran Vieites’ goal due to Betis’ defensive control, although they began to relax after half an hour in isolated plays, despite the fact that a new failed start by the Canaries led to a long shot from Guido Rodríguez who saw Valles ahead, who finally saved the situation. in extremis’ clearing a corner.

Was Isco who took the lead until the end of the first 45 minutes, while the seconds began with imprecise scores from both teams until a clearance towards his goal by Saúl Coco almost led to the second Betic goal after a lateral center from the left by Juan Miranda.

The island attempts crashed before the Betic defense and the hierarchy of the Argentine Guido Rodríguez with approaches from Marvin and Moleiro on the Canarian side, before which Manuel Pellegrini chose to move the bench and bring on Ez Abde and Rodri Sánchez for Luiz Henrique and Ayoze Pérez.

A growing Chadi Riad continued to gain strength and substance in the center of defense and Isco continued doing his thing although Betis had not finished closing the game and a shot by Sandro Fernández forced Vieites to stretch in a great intervention as a warning from a team that was not giving up anything.

The Frenchman Nabil Fekir had minutes again after those he had two days ago against Mallorca and Sandro continued trying in a final stretch in which the island team took the initiative in the face of Betic’s inaccuracies and nerves in defense and in getting the ball out.

In a counterattack, Fekir tried to pass Borja Iglesias although it went away while the Canarian monologue continued with opportunities such as the one taken by Fran Vieites with a distant shot at Saúl’s squad, the culmination of a great and decisive performance by the youth goalkeeper.

Datasheet

1 – Real Betis: Vieites; Bellerin, Pezzella, Chad Riad, Miranda; Guido Rodriguez, Carvalho (Kept, min. 52); Luiz Henrique (Rodri, 60th minute), Isco (Fekir, 76th minute), Ayoze (Abde, 60th minute); and Willian Joseph (Borja Churches, min. 76).

0 – UD Las Palmas: Valles; Suárez (Araujo, min. 46), Mika Mármol, Coco, Sergi Cardona; Javi Muñoz (Marc Cardona, min. 88), Kirian, Perrone (Loiodice, min. 46); Marvin (Sandro, min. 66), Munir (Benito, min. 81) and Moleiro.

Gol: 1-0, min. 19: Willian José.

Referee: Víctor García Verdura (Catalan Committee). He admonished the local Borja Iglesias (min. 96) and the visitors Perrone (min. 33) and Munir (min. 53).

Incidents: Match corresponding to the fourteenth day of LaLiga EA Sports held at the Benito Villamarín before 48,132 spectators.

2023-11-26 22:16:33
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