The Betis player, Andrés Guardado, celebrated his 350 matches in the European First Division with a 3-1 victory in the visit to Pamplona.
The template Manuel Pellegrini he obtained his second victory of the season with a good display against Osasuna with the ‘Little Prince’ playing the ninety minutes. The Aztec returned to the star line-up of the Betic team after making a change in the last game against Espanyol and staying on the substitute bench in the 1-2 victory against Granada.
With 34 years of age, Saved He showed great physical performance against the ‘rojillo’ team, starring in long runs throughout the engagement. The Mexican was seen supporting him in an important way in defensive tasks but also gave good passes to his offensive teammates.
In his 117th game with the Betis shirt, Guardado finished with a shot on goal and a 74% effectiveness in attempted passes.
With his triumph over Osasuna, Betis He reached nine points and his next game will be on Sunday, September 26, against the Mexican’s Getafe. José Juan Macías.
Chronicle: A solvent Betis defeats an Osasuna without a bellows
Real Betis took three gold points this Thursday in El Sadar (1-3) against an Osasuna without a bellows that did not show great arguments when it came to recovering a match that was uphill twice.
Osasuna was thrown into the crash with the illusion of celebrating the first victory in his new stadium with his fans, courage that only lasted 10 minutes until the engine revs down. Both teams were somewhat hesitant to start attacking plays for much of the first half with fear of the consequent cons.
In the 21st minute, the green-and-white center-back Kike Beautiful signed the first of the match after a bad clearance from the red rear in a somewhat jumbled play, thus taking oil out of nowhere. The youth squad made his debut in the top flight and did so with a goal that he will never forget, a strong right hand to the right post.
Sergio Herrera saved the Tajonar in two actions. Canales forced the Burgos goalkeeper to make a spectacular stretch after his powerful left foot. Minutes later, Betis came out at full speed to catch the Reds rear off guard. Borja Iglesias placeholder image he was left alone against Herrera, but the local goalkeeper won one on one thanks to a good hand.
It seemed that Pellegrini’s men would be victorious in the first round, but a fabulous move by Osasuna prevented it. Roberto torres and Kike García made a masterful wall in front of the area so that the second of these was left alone in front of Bravo. The Cuenca striker defined the long stick with a great shot. The Sadar exploded.
Betis and Osasuna came out convinced of taking the victory after passing through the changing rooms. The Iglesias, Rubén García, Darko or Fekir stepped on the opposite field more assiduously in the hope of giving a new blow. Darko brasanac He controlled the ball inside the area with a great roulette wheel, but the ball went long and he could not shoot at goal.
Pellegrini and Arrasate did not see it clearly and moved the benches to go for the game. The Argentine Chimy Ávila came out strong and eager to show his fans the work and enthusiasm he had put into it during the months of his recovery.
Juanmi, one of the Betis changes put his team ahead again after a free header that had to be validated by the VAR two minutes later.
Martínez Munuera added 6 minutes, time that Betis took advantage of to give Osasuna the final thrust with Willian José’s goal in the 93rd minute.
Finally, and despite all the Osasunism, the Navarrese team has not beaten Betis since 2014, a fact that Arrasate’s men will try to change in the second round match.