Euskaraz irakurri: Osasunak eta Realak bana egin dute Sadarren jokatutako derbian
Osasuna and Real Sociedad They tied one goal in the match of the 15th round of LaLiga EA Sports played at the El Sadar stadium. Moi Gomez and Umar Sadiq They have scored the two goals in a derby with chances and in which both teams have made great physical effort. Barren He had the negative impact of the derby when he retired with an injury to his right ankle in the 14th minute of the game.
Jagoba Arrasate’s men took the lead when they had barely been playing for two minutes at the Pamplona stadium, with a play in which Ante Budimir’s pass was well taken advantage of by Moi Gómez to beat Remiro.
A minute later, Barrene has had the tie in his boots after Catena’s mistake in the transfer to Sergio Herrera. The txuri-urdin player retired in the 14th minute after injuring his right ankle. He has been replaced by Zakharyan.
Before the break, Sadiq had a chance, which was the prelude to the tying goal, the result of a individual play by Sadiq himself, which culminated in a spectacular finish.
The first half at El Sadar ended with a shot from Bráis Méndez that almost went wide.
Those from Arrasate came out with more intensity in the second half. The Navarrese needed the points after four days without winning.
Moi Gómez almost scored again in the 56th minute, but his shot went just wide, after lightly touching Remiro’s hand. In the 60’s double save by Sergio Herrerafirst to a low shot from Take Kubo and then with a spectacular response to a header from Mikel Merino.
Osasuna was comfortable in defense and has tried several times on the counterattack against a Real team that has also sought victory but has not been comfortable in the match.
In the end, tie at one goal and fair distribution of points between San Sebastian and Rojillos.
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