Antonio Casas gives victory to Córdoba

Antonio Casas gives victory to Córdoba
Antonio Casas gives victory to Córdoba

Cordova: Lluís Tarrés; Albarrán, Carlos García, Castellano, Iván Rodríguez; Recio (Isma Ruiz, min. 69), Álex Sala (Diarra, min. 63); Álvaro Leiva, Kike Márquez (Álex López, min. 76), Simo; Antonio Casas (Adilson, min. 63).

Algeciras: Lavin; Rafa Roldán (Sardinero, min. 76), Juan Rodríguez, Yac Diori, Sergio Santos; Diego Esteban (David Martín, min. 69), Borja Fernández, Éric Montes (Admonio, min. 76), Zeki Díaz (Milosevic, min. 76); Iván Turrillo, López Pinto (Mario Fernández, min. 86).

Goal: 1-0, Antonio Casas (2′).

Incidents: New Archangel. 7,040 spectators.

Referee: Domínguez Cervantes, which was good. He cautioned locals Álex Sala and Antonio Casas, as well as visitors Éric Montes and Juan Rodríguez.

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A mere formality duel that both Córdoba and Algeciras had ahead of them. The green and white team, already with second position secured, received a team from Algeciras with salvation finalized.

With the initial whistle, a Córdoba team with a very unusual lineup put on high pressure, with the intention of ending the duel as soon as possible. And boy did he achieve it since, before minute 2 had passed, Lavín failed to deliver the ball and Antonio Casas took the ball, finishing at will and thus giving his team the advantage. From 1-0, the revolutions of the game slowed down and, although it was Córdoba that tried the most under the inspiration of Álvaro Leiva, the chances were conspicuous by their absence until just before the break, Diori crashed a violent shot against the local crosshead.

Already in the second half, Algeciras offered a better version, both in their play and in their chances, putting Lluís Tarrés in trouble. In fact, the goalkeeper had to intervene in a double save shortly after the restart to maintain the lead for his team. Then it was Lavín who responded by clearing a long-range shot from Diarra to maintain the score. And with its focus more on the results of the rest of the games than its own, Córdoba ended the regular season with a victory with which the green and white rotation seeks to vindicate itself

Málaga wins thanks
to a double from Ferreiro

RM Castilla: Fran; Jacobo, Carrillo, Asencio; Tobias (De León, 75′), Manuel Ángel (Édgar, 79′), Chema Andrés (Theo, 67′), Palacios (David González, 67′), Obrador; Nico Paz (Víctor Muñoz, 67′) and Álvaro.

Malaga: Blacksmith; Puga, Nelson Monte, Juande, Dani Sánchez; David Ferreiro, Genaro (Dani Lorenzo, 65′), Sangalli (Gabilondo, 82′), Juanpe (Manu Molina, 46′), Kevin Medina (Antoñito, 75′); Roberto (Dioni, 46′).

Goals: 0-1, Ferreiro (15′); 1-1, Álvaro (33′); 1-2, Ferreiro (69′).

Incidents: Alfredo Di Stefano. 1,851 spectators.

Referee: Fernández Vidal, regular. TA to Roberto and Juanpe.

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Victory for Málaga in the Madrid fiefdom to take the third qualifying place that will face Celta in the playoff. Ferreiro’s double makes them worth three very important points although Pellicer’s men did not show themselves as ambitious as their situation in the table required against a rival who understood the match as a good farewell

Mwepu’s goal earns At’s permanence. Sanluqueño

Castellón: Schwake; Manu Sánchez, Alberto (Jacob Carney, min. 41), Jozhua (Jose Albert, 71′); Oscar Gil, Lottin; Raúl Sánchez, Iker Punzano (Miñana, 71′), Nikita Iosifov; From Miguel (Suero, 56′); and Veldwijk (Douglas Aurelio, 56′).

At. Sanluqueño: Samu Pérez; Coke Andújar (Álex Rodríguez, 90′), Rojas, Fer Román, Cortijo; Pablo Carbonell, Joaquín, Luis Vacas, Zaca Gaitán (Álex Guti, min. 61); Zelu (Talaverón, 82′) and Nwepu (Nacho Ramón, 82′). Goal: 0-1, Mwepu (64′).

Incidents: New Castalia Stadium. 6,970 esp.

Referee:
López Jiménez, good. TA to Álex Guti, Álex Rodríguez and Pablo Carbonell. TR: Schwake (41′).

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The champion Castellón closed the regular phase with a new defeat at home. With one less from the 41st minute, they lost against Atlético Sanluqueño who, with the goal of Paco Mwepu, who headed a corner kick into the net, avoided relegation to the Second Federation. The Castellón players missed a penalty in the 44th minute with the score 0-0

El Recreativo offers a good farewell meeting

Recreation: Guille Centurión; Antoñito (Sergio Díez, 74′), Álex Gálvez, Raúl Navas, Rubén Serrano (Manu Galán, 63′), Rahim; Paolo (Álvaro Bustos, 63′), David del Pozo; Luis Alcalde (Alberto Trapero, 83′), Iago Díaz (De la Rosa, 63′); Caye Quintana.

Ibiza: Reynet; Javi Jiménez, Joseda (Jesús Álvarez, 73′), Eric Monjonell, Pepe Sánchez; Roberto Olabe (Roberto Arroyo, 58′), Rubén Díez, Eugeni (Argüelles, 83′); Arturo (Fausto, 78′), Soko (Suleiman, 58′); Cedric.

Goal: 1-0, Álvaro Bustos (67′).

Incidents: New Columbian. 6,000 spectators.

Referee: Àvalos Martos, good. TA to Olabe and Rubén Serrano.

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Despite having lost all options to play in the playoff for promotion to Second, Recre was clear that victory was the best gift they could give to their fans, and so it was. The Dean played a serious game. Álvaro Bustos scored the only goal with 23 minutes left after a great play by Caye Quintana

In a game with nothing in
game, Atlético B comes back

At. Madrid B: Iturbe; L. Aguilar, Mariano (Halhal, 84′), Dani Martínez, Pablo Pérez; Gismera, S. Guerrero; Diego Bri (Mestanza, 62′), Cala (Joel Arumí, 84′), Salim (Taufik, 62′); A. Child (Nabil, 73′).

Murcia: Iker Piedra; José Ruiz, Rofino, A. López, Marc Baró; Larrea (Pina, 59′), Sabit (Enol Coto, 80′), Pedro León (Imanol, 80′); Álex Rubio (Amin, 72′), Burón (Rojas, 59′) and Carrillo.

Goals:
0-1, Pedro León (6′); 1-1, Cala (16′); 2-1, Diego Bri (19′); 3-1, Carrillo own goal (47′).

Incidents:
Majadahonda CD. 616 spectators.

Referee: Muñiz Muñoz, good. TA to Gismera, Mestanza; Carrillo, Larrea and Marc Baró

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Atlético Madrid B ends the season with a resounding victory against a Murcia that deflated. Pedro León put the Pimentoneros ahead with an early goal that Cala soon took charge of neutralizing. In the middle of the red-and-white gale, the second goal came quickly. Carrillo closed the account despite himself with an own goal

Antequera puts the finishing touch to a sensational campaign

Antequera: Galician; David Rodríguez, Pavón (Fomeyem, 72′), Lautaro, Yeremy, Nacho Pais, Sousa, Txus Alba (Luismi Gutiérrez, 31′), Luismi Redondo (Tano, 83′), Ale García and Destiny (Topo, 46′).

Melilla: José Salcedo; Álex Macías, José Caro, Moisés (Bandaogo, 80′), Loren (José Antonio, 46′), David Suárez, Yuste (Juanjo, 46′), Pablo Hernández (Antonio Cotán, 60′), Siddiki, Víctor Morillo and José Enrique (Dani García, 60′).

Goal: 1-0, Sousa (14′); 2-0, Mole (51′); 3-0, Lautaro (85′).

Incidents: The Maulí. 1,800 spectators.

Referee: Díaz Escudero, good. TA to Pavón; Loren, Siddiki and José Caro-

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Farewell with victory for Antequera in a historic year. Against Melilla, the locals gave everything to delight their team and even the youth players Topo and Tano made their debut. In a spectacular play, with a rabona pass from Luismi Redondo, Sousa headed into the net (1-0). The young Topo, after a pass from Luismi Guitiérrez, scored the second. And Lautaro closed the scoring after a corner

Pastrana prevents Atlético Baleares from finishing as bottom

At. Balearics: Jero Lario David Forniés (Zalaya, 60′), Josep Jaume, David Navarro, Nana, Juanra, Ortega (Toni Ramón, 60′), George (Roberto, 60′), Pastrana, David Rodríguez and Nuha Marong (Villapalos, 60′).

Recreational Granada:
Pol Tristan; Raúl Castro (Estació, 68′), Nico Van Rijn, Miki Bosch, Eu (Ibarrondo, 46′), Clavijo (Masllorens, 68′), Juanma L., Nils Mortimer (Heredia, 46′), Carlos Pérez (Eghosa, 75′), Mario González and S. Faye.

Goals: 1-0, Pastrana (33′); 2-0, Pastrana (44′); 2-1, Mario González (86′).

Incidents: Balearic Stadium. 200 esp.

Referee: Cánovas García-Villarrubia, regular. TA to David Forniés; Nico Van Rijn.

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Two goals from Víctor Pastrana in the first half prevented At. The Balearic Islands will close their participation in the League as bottom. In one of the first Balearic attacks, Pastrana opened the scoring with a sharp shot close to the near post. Then, Pastrana himself made it 2-0 after a commotion in the Nasrid area. Mario, with his header goal, reduced the gap

Bitter victory for a San Fernando that goes to Second

San Fernando: Diego Fuoli; Luis Ruiz, Manu Farrando, Dani Molina, David Ramos, Dani Aquino (Marcelo, 83′), Fullana (Masogo, 78′), Ángel Sánchez (Nahuel Arroyo, 69′), Pau Martínez (Cristian Herrera, 46′), Yerai Dávila (Bibiany, 46′) and José Carlos.

Linares: Ernesto; Marín, Molina (Zaca, 77′), Verjaga, Varela; Jannick (Álvaro Vázquez, 59′), Rodri; Dani Perejón, Javi Duarte, Llorente (Alberto Moreno, 52′); Samu Corral (Antonio Luis, 59′).

Goals: 0-1, Dani Perejón (40′); 1-1, Bibiany (48′); 2-1, Cristian Herrera (53′).

Incidents: South Bay Ibero-American. 7,000 esp.

Referee: Conejero Sánchez, good. TA to Javi Duarte.

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Bitter victory for San Fernando that does not help them avoid relegation. Linares took the lead thanks to a personal shot by Dani Perejón. In the second half, Bibiany collected a ball in the area, left his markers and scored the tie. And Cristian Herrera, after a pass from Molina, made it 2-1. Linares pushed until the end and had chances to equalize

Alcoyano beats Intercity in an inconsequential clash

Alcoyano: José Perales; Javi Antón, Álvaro Vega, Primi, Farru (Sergio Nieto, 86′); Imanol, Albisua; Armental (Kike Carrasco, 71′), Juanan (Sergio Gil, 86′), Agüero (De Palmas, 71′); and José Lara (Pradera, 71′).

Intercity: Pol Freixa; Guillem Jaime, Mendibe (Paredes, 82′), Álvaro Pérez, Cris Romero (Leo Vázquez, 82′); Undabarrena, Angong (Martin Bellotti, 65′); Moha Traoré, Xemi Fernández (Blum, 70′), Pol Roigé (Simón, 82′); and Emilio Nsue.

Goal: 1-0, José Lara (2′).

Incidents: El Collao. 2,000 spectators.

Referee: lManrique Antequera, good. No cards.

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Alcoyano’s narrow victory over Intercity, in the Alicante rivalry match, inconsequential for both. Before the second minute was up, the locals took the lead on the scoreboard through José Lara. Then, in the 14th minute, Emilio Nsue almost managed to equalize, but the ball crashed into the goal post defended by José Perales. The second half was very long

Mérida turns the score around against Ceuta in the restart

Merida: Dani Vicente; Parada, Bonaque, Eliseo, Acosta, Sandoval (Padilla, 65′), Mizzian (Buje, 81′), Beneit (Ben Hamed, 56′), Álvaro Juan (Javi Martín, 46′), Pipe and Elejalde (Dario Serra, 56′).

Ceuta: Stopajnik; Alain, Capa (Fran Rodríguez, 71′), Saturday, Danese, Manu Rico, Jota (Sofiane, 65′), Pablo (Cristian, 71′), Doncel (Aisar, 81′), Ñito González (Lolo González, 71) and Dani Romera.

Goals: 0-1, Dani Romera (35′); 1-1, Mizzian, pen. (41′). 1-2, Doncel (44′); 2-2, Javi Martín (50′); 3-2, Pipe (70′).

Incidents: José Fouto Roman Stadium.

Referee: Gonzalo Sánchez, good. TA to Luis Acosta; Capa and Manu Rico.

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Mérida closed the league with another victory, this time against Ceuta. In a game of idea and return, in which no one had anything at stake, the local team ended up winning by faith. Dani Romera, after a pass from Pablo, scored for the Mackerel and Mizzian equalized with a penalty. Before the break, Doncel, with a great goal, made it 1-2. Javi Martín, in a wall with Mizzian, equalized and Pipe signed the comeback

 
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