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Real Valladolid vs Almería: Weissman’s 93rd minute opener wins the game for Pucela

Real Valladolid vs Almería
La Liga
Jose Zorrilla

Almeria travelled to Jose Zorrilla on Monday. The contest as expected was evenly poised. Both teams could have won given the competitiveness of the game.

However, the game was heading towards a goalless draw. As neither team scored up until the 92nd minute.

With that being said, Wessman scored the only goal of the fixture to give Valladolid three points. This took the club to the 16th position in the league. While their opponents occupy the 13th position.

Real Valladolid vs Almería: Match report

Full time score: Real Valladolid 1-0 Almería

(1) Real Valladolid: Asenjo; Luis Perez, Joaquin, Javi Sanchez, Escudero; Aguado (Monchu, min. 66), Roque Mesa (Narváez, min. 78), Kike Pérez; Iván Sánchez (Sergio León, min. 78), Sergi Guardiola (Weissman, min. 66), Plano (Silver, min. 59)

(0) UD Almeria: Fernando; Well, Ely, Babic, Akieme; Samu, De la Hoz (Kaiky, min. 77), Robertone; Leo Baptistao (Milovanovic, min. 77), Dyego (Embarba, min. 59), Ramazani (Portillo, min. 84)

Goals : 1-0, Weissman, min. 90+

Referee : González Fuertes (CT Asturiano) warned the visitors Akieme, De la Hoz, Embarba, Kaiky, Samu, Milovanovic with a yellow card; and the local Javi Sánchez

Managers’ reaction

Pacheta: “We knew that we were not bad, although we had not obtained the previous results. The team has become recognizable again, has pressed well and has been intense without the ball . Neither team has run over the other, but I think the clearest chances were ours. We are going to sweat to win.”

“We are getting better and better, but if you play against Barça it’s complicated. These four points reassure us and give us the emotion of being able to win in the First Division . Teams are built through victories. I conveyed that the team believed because I train with them every day and I have known him for a year. I have not seen any doubt, even if the results did not come.”

Rubi: “The game was on the way to a draw, but in the end we came out defeated and touched. I think the tie was the fairest thing, so we’re leaving annoyed.

“We know we’re going to suffer a lot, but we’re also going to fight with everything. We have to train the new signings.”

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