What is the number 7? It is the name of a sticky classic meringue, and that seven is the defeat that Real España suffered last night in the tournament so poor that it is second to last in the table after completing a calendar year without beating a great. Last night Olimpia blew out the candles in the Olympic stadium with a goal from Gabriel Araújo.
The Machine thing could be seen coming from the moment we looked at the lineup. The Valladares-Reyes duo took on the stars and heavyweights and played hard.
It was a training session for the old lion, and if it weren’t for the constant blocking of Luis “Buba” López, the result could have been greater.
The lion has no rivals in the Apertura, each day is another ride in a league where he drives a Formula 1 Ferrari while the rest of the rivals travel by bicycle. This is how uneven the tournament has become, but it is not the fault of the old lion, it is the fault of the rivals who did not strengthen themselves and the obvious, they cannot compete with the checkbook.
Real España must forget about the league and must think about the next tournament. A cleanup must be done. The football shown in a desolate stadium where only four players from the Megabarra were jumping in the stands, the screams of some frustrated chair fans, was combined with the sound of a bass drum that did not stop playing, but on the field, the machine He continued down the street again, reality.
The match was already becoming controversial because referee Melvin Matamoros did not see a clear handball on the goal line by Carlos Chapetilla Mejía, who had to be sent off and penalized; Furthermore, he had taken the ball from inside and it was a legal goal. But the whites did not protest, they worked the game and the revolutions increased until they broke the two zeros that were becoming large.
The Aurinegros barely tried a lukewarm header from Darixon Vuelto that went wide in the first minutes of the first half when Carlos Mejía lifted the ball.
The rest was a monologue that not even José Valladares himself understood what he intended by playing without “nine” and giving the advantage to the albo’s rearguard who had no work. Even Menjívar had the luxury of ending up playing injured, since the times when the Aurinegro gunners were scary are over.
Buba López was saving the gap made by the defense. He screamed when he saw himself vulnerable, because playing at half steam, it was enough for the lion. Troglio sent Gabriel Araujo onto the field in place of Carlos “El Mango” Sánchez, who was lost and could not lift a cross.
The Brazilian pulled off one of the things he has been doing in this short period of merengue, the mid-distance shot paid off.
When 80 minutes had passed, after playing in the opponent’s field, he saw that the Aurinegra defense was divided in two and took a violent shot from about 35 meters, so fortunately that Getsel Montes deflected it on the path and deceived Buba. This is how the white man achieved another victory, remaining at the top and increasing his undefeated record while the machine must be working behind the scenes in another process.
(0) Real Spain: “Buba” Lopez; Anfronit Tatum, Getsel Montes, Dixon Ramirez (Wisdom Quay 74′), Elison Rivas, Devron Garcia; Carlos Mejia, Roberto Osorto (Mayron Flores 56′), Christopher Pike (Carter Bodden 46′), Jhow Benavidez (Marco Olive 83′) and Darixon Vuelto (Ramiro Rocca 46′).
GOALS: There were none.
YELLOW: Anfronit Tatum, Getsel Montes and Ramiro Rocca.
ROJAS: There was none.
DT: José Valladares.
(1) Olympia: Edrick Menjivar; Maylor Nunez, Jonathan Peace, Julian Martinez, Carlos Sanchez (Gabriel Araújo 37′); Jose Mario Pinto (Solani Solano 69′), Edwin Rodriguez (Jamir Maldonado 81′), Jorge Alvarez (Yan Maciel 69′), Carlos Pineda; Jerry Bengtson (Justin Grove 81′);
GOALS: Gabriel Araújo (81′)
YELLOWS: Yustin Arboleda, José Mario Pinto, Carlos Sánchez, Jonathan Paz, Maylor Núñez and Pedro Troglio.
ROJAS: There was none.
DT: Pedro Troglio.
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