Athletic Club – Cádiz: summary, result and goals | The Santander League | Mark

  • Lolo Belltall Ramos (LaLiga Fantasy BRAND)

good afternoon everyone. We start with the live narration of the Athletic Club – Cádiz match, corresponding to the matchday 13 of La Liga Santander. A game with many interesting nuances. The rojiblancos are looking for a victory that will allow them to continue in the upper zone of the classification, fighting for the European positions.

The team comes with morale through the roof after the point obtained in the Basque derby against Real Sociedad that knew almost a victory because of how it was achieved, at the last minute and when the clash was almost lost. For this encounter Marcelino Garcia Toral has the absences of Iñigo Martínez, sent off in the last league match, Vivian, Villalibre, Zarraga, Yuri and Peru

Cádiz arrives demanded by the bad results it has been accumulating. He is second to last in the table with nine points and the team needs a win to change course. Add seven consecutive games without winning. It has not done so since last September and, despite the fact that Bilbao is a complicated exit, the Cadiz team needs to return to Cádiz with some more point than it brings. In the last league game he could only scratch a draw in his confrontation against Mallorca. Álvaro Cervera, coach of the yellow team, will not be able to have José Mari, Garrido, Martín Calderón and Alarcón at his disposal.

The match starts at 9:00 p.m. at the San Mamés stadium and will be directed by the Aragonese referee Jaime Latre. On the VAR, pending that nothing escapes will be Medié Jiménez. By the way, the new San Mamés is experiencing his 200th match today, one more incentive to achieve a good result in such a significant match. The game is presented. From now on we are going to comment on everything that happens before, during and after the meeting. WE STARTOOOOOOOSSSSS !!!


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Athletic Club – Cádiz: summary, result and goals | The Santander League | Mark