Squad news


07 Oct 2019
Fabril returned to winning ways, it claimed the lead and it was suffering, until a polemic decision of the referee meant a penalty for Luisito’s boys. The rival ended with nine men and with the coach sent off.

Coach Luisito recovered Javi Sánchez, but Ukrainian Yevhen Pidlepenets was still waiting for a working permission, while David Sánchez was still injured and Iago Gandoy was suspended. Iago Parga was a starter despite he had to be replaced due to a muscle problem in the previous game.

Convincing victory for Fabril, the lads were visiting one of the candidates to end at the top, and they won been the best team in the first half, and in the second part, when they were suffering, the boys knew when to strike and seized the desperation of Bergantiños CF.

Fabril were strong at the start of the game, moving the ball fast and with two approximations within the first five minutes. And the first goal arrived soon, it was a counterattack released by Mario Losada, Iago Novo released the cross and Aarón Sánchez scored from close range.

The only clear chance for Bergantiños CF in the first part was a shot of Toni that was saved by Viorel (18’). The locals started to press at midfield and got the ball, but they were unable to break Fabril’s deadlock.

Bergantiños CF gave a step forward in the second half, Fabril started to suffer with the attacks of substitute Bilal Belkacha. So, it wasn’t a surprise when the equalizer arrived, it was a counterattack in which Mario Losada lost the ball and Diego Fernández tied the score.

It seemed that Fabril were going to suffer, but the game changed five minutes later as the lads were awarded with a penalty. And it was  polemic call, Javi Sánchez had just entered the field and he collided with Bilal and Agulló inside the area, the referee whistled the penalty and Aarón Sánchez scored again this time firing from the spot.

The penalty just raised the temperature at As Eiroas, the locals lost the control and the public to protest as the red cards started to arrive. First it was coach Figueira and later Miguel Duque after an elbow over Iago Parga, though this decision was also protested as the defender fouled the local player before.

Luisito saw that his team could still damage the rival and ordered the entries of Manu Mosquera and Pedro Correia, and a third goal was going to arrive at the last minute. Bilal fouled Javi Sánchez trying to cut a counterattack, he saw a red card, though later the referee changed his decision and only showed the yellow. And the resulting free-kick ended with a shot of Javi Sánchez that hit the post and Pedro Correia collected the loose ball to secure the victory.

Bergantiños: (4-2-3-1) Santi Canedo – Toni (Bilal 52’), Aarón, Iago López, Antonio López (Yelco 77’) – Agulló, Cano – Diego, Rivera, Remeseiro – Álex Diéguez Miguel Duque 52’).
Fabril: (4-2-3-1) Viorel – Valín, Iago Parga, Bourdal, Martí Vilà (Javi Sánchez 69’) – Aarón Sánchez, Kanouté – Boumeddane (Pedro Correia 79’), Villarres, Iago Novo - Mario Losada (Manu Mosquera 90’).
Goals: 0-1: (11’) Aarón Sánchez, 1-1: (69’) Diego Fernández, 1-2: (74’) Aarón Sánchez (penalty) (74’), 1-3: (90+4’) Pedro Correia
Referee: Adrián García Rodríguez. He showed yellow card to Martí Vilà (63’), Agulló (73’), Boumeddane (64’), Villares (80’), Santi Canedo (85’), Iago Parga (86’) & Bilal (90´). Miguel Duque was sent off with a direct red card (86’)
Venue: As Eiroas




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