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02 Nov 2020
New point for a Fabril that didn’t seize the problems had by the rival throughout the game. The team remans undefeated after three matchdays and has only conceded one goal.

Juan Carlos Valerón was having the casualties of Raúl Pescador, Javi Sanmartín and Iñigo  Reinoso for injury reasons, while Adri Castro was suspended. The coach made changes at the starting eleven, Pablo Brea was back at the goal, while Famoussa Kanouté was back at midfield after his suspension. Javi Sánchez was recovered from a muscle problem and attacked on the left wing.

A point on the road facing the A Coruña derby should taste as enough, but the true is that Fabril should have earned the victory. The rival fought hard, but had several problems that forced the coach to modify the system in two different opportunities, and even played with ten men within the last twenty-five minutes due to an expulsion.

The game started with a goal from Fabril, Sarmiento attempted a shot from long distance and local goalie Adri Rios couldn't contain the ball, and Iván Guerrero was there to push the loose ball in. The locals were not only against the score, but also suffered the early injury of defender Daniel Kata, which forced coach Bardanca to make a change and modify the draw (4-5-1 after the initial 5-4-1).

Things were calm for the visiting team. Fabril were having the ball possession and the advantage in the scoresheet, the only opportunity for Silva SD within the first minutes was a shot of Xusto Pardeiro that was blocked by Pablo Brea (17’).

The next chance was a shot of Javi Sánchez that went out after a cross from Manu Mosquera (28’). Fabril tried to low the pace of the game and was barely having arrivals, neither the rival was doing too much, they even had to make a second substitution for injury reasons as ex-Fabril Pancho Cotos replaced Fabio.

This picture changed for the final ten minutes in the first part, Silva SD started to push and had a couple of arrivals in set-pieces. Fabril had problems to pass the ball at midfield during this frame, but it was able to hold on the advantage by half-time.

The second half started with wo more changes at Silva SD and a new switch to the system, now the locals were playing 4-2-3-1. And the locals got an early equalizer, and it was a doubtful penalty after Manu Mosquera fouled ex-Fabril Jorge Callón at the edge of the area, and the same player converted from the spot. The protest is that the foul seemed to take place outside the area, but the referee said it was inside.

Silva SD were looking better and Jacobo Lazcano had the chance to score the second goal (55’), then Valerón made the first substitution and Juan Cambón replaced Rayco.  The visiting team improved and started to look better.

Later Álex Pérez replaced Manu Mosquera and Juan Cambón was now performing as the centre forward, and Silva SD suffered a new set-back after Callón was sent off with wo yellow cards, the second due to a foul over Álex Pérez.

Fabril started to push for the second goal, but Silva SD were also having some opportunities, the best one was a strong shot of substitute Ernesto that was deflected by Pablo Brea (81’). Álex Barba and Guedes were the last two substitutions, they replaced Iván Guerrero and Sarmiento. There was a last chance to score as Villares found the ball inside the area, but Adrián Rios made the save (84’).

Silva: (5-4-1) Adri Ríos - Brais Lema, Xusto, Antonio, Manu Orosa (Geri 46’), Parafita – Souto Jhony 46’), Callón, Kata (Prieto 10’) (Ernesto Ropa 73’), Fabio (Pancho Cotos 33’) - Jacobo Lazcano.
Fabril: (4-2-3-1) Pablo Brea – Iván Guerrero (Guedes 80’), David Suárez, Juan Rodríguez, Boedo –Kanouté, Villares – Javi Sánchez, Sarmineto (Álex Barba 80’), Rayco (Cambón 51’) – Manu Mosquera (Álex Pérez 68’).
Goals: 0-1: (3’) Guerrero, 1-1: (52’) Callón (penalty)
Referee: Bruno Méndez Castro. He showed yellow card to Sarmiento (18’), Orosa (28’), Prieto (42’), Manu Mosquera (52’), Brais Lema (60’) & Parafita (63’). Callón was sent off at Silva SD with two yellow cards (44’& 65’)
Venue: A Grela





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