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27 Jun 2019
The season of Deportivo can be described by the two opposite streaks lived throughout the tournament. Quique González was the top-scorer and Cartabia the man with more assists.

It was a season with ups and downs for Deportivo, just to have in mind that the Galicians spent thirteen matchdays without losing in the initial stage, which turned to be the best streak at Segunda above the one of Albacete Balompié (12) and CA Osasuna (11).

But later, in the second round, the Galicians were going to spend nine matchdays without winning, a negative streak that almost left them out of the promotion playoff; and that was the second worst streak at Segunda in the entire season only behind UD Las Palmas (10).

A curiosity is that Depor practically repeated the performance of the previous season at Segunda. On the campaign 2013/14, Los Blanquiazules ended as the runners up making 69 points and winning 19 games, now the team only made one less point winning 17 games and ended sixth, only good enough to qualify for the playoff.  Actually, with these numbers the Galicians would have been promoted on the season 2013/14.

Depor scored 50 goals, which was the 8th best mark in the league, they conceded 32 goals, a mark that was only below Granada CF (31) and Málaga CF (32). It was a disappointing season at the Riazor, the team only lost 3 times at home, but drew 8 games, so the 10 victories were only good enough to add 38 points, which was only the seventh best mark in the league.

What complemented this performance in order to reach the playoffs was the away record. Depor only lost 5 times in this condition and added 30 points thanks to 7 victories and 9 draws. It was the fourth best mark in the league behind Granada CF (34), Málaga (34) and Albacete Balompié (34).

24 Depor’s players had minutes in liga, of them only one was from Fabril: Joni Montiel. Eleven men had 2,000 or more minutes: Dani Giménez (4,050), Domingos Duarte (3,839), Pablo Mari (3,263), Quique González (3,077), Álex Bergantiños (2,950), Edu Expósito (2,945), David Simón (2,469), Carlos Fernández (2,208), Vicente Gómez (2,176), Borja Valle (2,086) & Saúl García (2,073).

Goalkeeper Dani Giménez was the only player that took part of the 41 games in the regular season (the second game with FC wasn’t played), plus the four games in the playoffs. Centre-back Domingos Duarte played 43 and only missed two for suspension.

The top-scorer was Quique González with 17 goals, which was the second best mark at Segunda only behind Álmeria’s Álvaro Giménez (20), and it’s tying the mark of tie the 17 goals of Lucas Pérez from the season 2015/16.

Carlos Fernández (10) was the second best scorer followed by Borja Valle (8). The best assistors were Fede Cartabia (9) and Edu Expósito (6). The mark of Cartabia is the fourth best at Segunda only behind Osasunas’s Rubén García (11), Granada’s Vadillo (11) and Albacete’s Álvaro Tejero (10).

Another marks in the league to have in mind were to see Carlos Fernández as the second player with more shots (76), Domingos Duarte was the second with more passing attempts (2,378),and  Álex Bergantiños was the fourth with more recoveries (243).



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