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Surprise in Anduva: Mirandés scolds Sevilla

first_imgLopetegui gave a clear message to his team. He introduced three changes of a stroke. Sevilla stepped on the red area more in five minutes than in the entire first part. Nolito had the opportunity to cut a difference, but failed to beat Lemons. In an action without apparent danger, the red team could finish the tie. The VAR appeared for the first time in Anduva and the referee indicated Diego Carlos’s maximum penalty. Peña took responsibility, but Vaclik guessed his release.The failed penalty further emboldened the locals, although Ocampos made Lemons shine that broke up a great sevillist occasion. Iraola refreshed the midfield with the entry of Guridi and Marcos André. The bet rolled out. Mirandés finished the game better and Álvaro Rey extended the lead in a counterattack (3-0). He did not hit the first, but the second to finish the Hispanics. Sevilla made up the score in the addition with both Nolito. Goals1-0, 6 ‘: Matheus Aias, 2-0, 29 ‘: Matheus Aias, 3-0, 84 ‘: Álvaro Rey, 3-1, 90 ‘: Nolith Lopetegui did not see anything clear from the bench. The reds were more intense and barely left cracks in the defensive plot. Sevilla felt so uncomfortable that Iraola’s squad put land in between on the scoreboard. Matheus hit the ball from 30 meters, his shot tripped slightly in Gudelj to make useless the stretch of Vaclik (2-0). The visiting coach immediately warmed Ocampos and Jordan.At the edge of the break, Navas deepened on the right wing but Munir sent the Andalusian side forward to the clouds. And there was still time for more. The Mirandés could extend the advantage. First with a bold launch of Merquelanz that forced the Sevilla goal to send a corner; and then with a spur auction of Matheus, omnipresent in attack, which again saved Vaclik. ChangesJoan Jordan (45 ‘, Jules Koundé), Youssef En-Nesyri (45 ‘, Munir), Lucas Ocampos (45 ‘, Banega), Guridi (63 ‘, Álvaro Peña), Marcos de Sousa (73 ‘, Matheus Aias), Kijera (87 ‘, Álvaro Rey)center_img CardsAlexander Gonzalez (32 ‘, Yellow) Munir (36 ‘, Yellow) Diego Carlos (52 ‘, Yellow) Matheus Aias (54 ‘, Yellow) Squire (75 ‘, Yellow) Antonio Sanchez (77 ‘, Yellow) Sergio (79 ‘, Yellow) Nolith (90 ‘, Yellow For the fourth time in its history, the Mirandés achieved the qualification for the quarterfinals of the Cup and did it in style (3-1). The rojillos beat the almighty Sevilla in Anduva with goals from Matheus (2) and Álvaro Rey. Nolito made up the result in the final stretch. The local team took oil in its first approach. The ball fell on Matheus’ feet after effective pressure. The Brazilian striker was hollow inside the area to beat Vaclik with a tight shot (1-0). He tried to react the Hispanic picture. Banega picked up the ball on the second post, but his shot escaped by centimeters.last_img read more

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