They were able to inaugurate the Darder, spur, and Budimir marker, knocked out by Cabrera. Also Calleri, in a goal saved by Reina, like Valjent before De Tomás hit the net a death pass from the ‘10’ parakeet. The attacks were as aggressive as the defenses were indolent, as if they were handling a time bomb to explode.But the ‘summum’ of the nerves came with the penalty that Mateu Lahoz pointed out about Budimir but that the VAR, in charge of Martínez Munuera, annulled because before the ball had left the bottom line. Cornellà celebrated it almost as a rehearsal for his own goal.And it would come around the game time, in a stolen ball on the left by Dídac, who focused on Darder serving as a tray the head of the relentless Thomas, who had the 2-0 (which would have matched the particular scoring goal) on a double occasion with Darder who broke up Reina.He managed with some ease the advantage of Espanyol against a Mallorca that lost control with the change of the expert Salva Sevilla, although he came to hang around the tie in Budimir’s head. The first of many endings awaiting. Espanyol announces that it was preferable to spend the money in the winter market to have to do it in Second. 20 million Chen Yansheng invested in Raúl de Tomás, the most expensive signing in its history. And time is giving the right to the parakeet owner, while taking it away from romantic football. There is no match in which the forward does not score, and there are already five between LaLiga and the Copa del Rey. And today was not worth three points, but six, against a Mallorca that continues to mark the permanence but which equals points.Tons of tranquilizers would have been distributed in Cornellà-El Prat (in the stands and even on the lawn) in the first section of the meeting had a pharmacy been installed in the stadium. The starter was astonishing, as if instead of a duel for the permanence a match was won that won the one that scored the first goal as soon as possible.
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