09/24/2021 at 11:00 PM CEST
The Tenerife could not beat the Almeria, who won 3-1 during the match played this Friday in the Mediterranean Games Stadium. The Almeria came to the game with strengthened spirits after winning at home by a score of 0-4 at Alcorcón. On the visitors’ side, the Tenerife lost by a result of 1-2 in the previous match against the CD Mirandés. With this score, the local team was the leader of the Second Division, while the Tenerife ranked fourth at the end of the match.
During the first period there were no goals by any of the players of each team, so the result remained 0-0 during the first 45 minutes.
In the second half he scored a goal Almeria, who took advantage of the play to open the scoring thanks to a penalty goal from Largie Ramazani at 72 minutes. After a new play increased the score of the local team, which distanced itself putting the 2-0 through a goal of Umar Sadiq at 75 minutes. However, the Tenerife cut distances with a goal from eleven meters Samuel Shashoua in minute 82. The Almeria team increased differences by means of a goal in their own goal from Nikola Sipcic moments before the final whistle, in 87, thus closing the match with the result of 3-1.
Changes were made to both teams during the match. The players of the Almeria who entered the game were Jose Carlos Lazo, Curro, Juanjo, Dyego sousa and Arnau puigmal replacing Francisco Portillo, Lucas Robertone, Largie Ramazani, Samu and Umar Sadiq, while changes in the Tenerife They were Ruben ten, Samuel Shashoua, Manu apeh, Etyan Gonzalez and Pablo Larrea, who entered to supply Enric Gallego, Míchel Herrero, Victor Mollejo, Aitor sanz and Elady Zorrilla.
The referee decided to caution five players. On the part of the locals the yellow card went to Water well and Juanjo and by the Tenerife admonished Nikola Sipcic, Aitor sanz and Carlos Ruiz placeholder image.
With this result, the Almeria rises to 15 points and remains in a position for direct promotion to the First Division and the Tenerife continues with 11 points.
On the following day, the two teams will play away from home. The Almeria team will face the Girona and, for his part, the Tenerife will do it against him Huesca.
Data sheetAlmeria:Fernando, Pozo, Srdan Babic, Chumi, Álex Centelles, César De La Hoz, Samu (Dyego Sousa, min.90), Lucas Robertone (Curro, min.74), Largie Ramazani (Juanjo, min.74), Umar Sadiq ( Arnau Puigmal, min.90) and Francisco Portillo (Jose Carlos Lazo, min.64)Tenerife:Juan Soriano, Jeremy Mellot, Carlos Ruiz, Nikola Sipcic, Álex Muñoz, Víctor Mollejo (Manu Apeh, min.60), Míchel Herrero (Samuel Shashoua, min.59), Aitor Sanz (Etyan Gonzalez, min.85), Álex, Enric Gallego (Ruben Diez, min.16) and Elady Zorrilla (Pablo Larrea, min.85)Stadium:Mediterranean Games StadiumGoals:Largie Ramazani (1-0, min. 72), Umar Sadiq (2-0, min. 75), Samuel Shashoua (2-1, min. 82) and Nikola Sipcic (3-1, min. 87)