Cádiz defeated the Pucelanos with a single goal in a duel corresponding to the 6th date of the tournament Spain – LaLiga Santander 2022-2023. The visitors scored the only goal of the game in the 46th minute of the second half through Alvaro Negredo. After an assist from Joseba Zaldúa, the striker completed the goal and beat the opposing goalkeeper to score his goal.
In the 59th minute of the second half, striker Óscar Plano’s shot hit the rival’s goal post and Valladolid could only celebrate.
Valladolid had the most shots of the entire game (18) but their shots didn’t serve the intended purpose. According to statistics, 11 shots went on target, 1 hit the post and 6 went wide.
The figure of the party was Iván Alejo. The Cadiz midfielder made 78 correct passes and recovered 2 balls.
Alvaro Negredo was another outstanding player. The Cádiz forward showed his best level by scoring 1 goal.
It was a locked game, marked by stoppages and fouls. Several players have been cautioned: Monchu, Luis Alfonso Espino, Fede San Emeterio, José Mari and Joseba Zaldúa.
Valladolid strategist José Rojo Martín stopped the starting XI in a 4-3-3 formation with Sergio Asenjo in goal; Iván Fresneda, Joaquín Fernández, Javier Sánchez and Lucas Olaza on the defensive line; Monchu, Roque Mesa and Enrique Pérez in the middle; and Gonzalo Plata, Shon Weissman and Óscar Plano in attack.
For their part, those chosen by Sergio González entered the field in a 4-5-1 formation with Jeremías Ledesma among the three racquets; Isaac Carcelén, Luis Hernández, Victor Chust and Luis Alfonso Espino in defence; Álex Fernández, Fede San Emeterio, Iván Alejo, Rubén Sobrino and Brian Ocampo in midfield; and Lucas Pérez in front.
The referee chosen to officiate the game at the José Zorrilla Municipal Stadium was José Sánchez Martínez.
For the following match, the Pucelanos host Getafe as guests and Cádiz host Villarreal.
With this result, the host accumulates 4 points throughout the competition and takes eighteenth place. For its part, the visit adds 3 units and is in the nineteenth place.
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