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Elche celebrates a happy holiday with victory

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There was nothing at stake at the Martínez Valero, but Elche and Getafe came out to win. They wanted to go on vacation with a victory in the bag. Without pressure, ilicitanos and azulones played an entertaining game, back and forth and with many players wanting to show off. Summer is here and any showcase is good in case some sports director was watching TV instead of on the beach on duty.

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Getafe entered the game asleep, seeing them come against an Elche that came out much more plugged in and he was a clear dominator of the ball and of the chances… until Ünal made it 0-1 for the blues. These are the things of football.

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the turkish striker he pushed into the net in the 33rd minute a good pass from Jankto from the band when Quique’s men were having the worst time on the green of Martínez Valero. They had not reached Kiko Casilla’s goal, but in the first clear they had… inside. It is not necessary more often.

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Elche, wounded in its pride he kept pressing, knowing that if he hadn’t scored it was a miracle. In the first five minutes, David Soria made a save and Pastore sent the ball to the crossbar.

Just four minutes after Ünal’s goal, Olaza found a ball that hit him in the chest after a clearance by the Getafe defense and the ball sneaked into the network of Soria without the meta being able to do anything. Elche had had clear chances to score and celebrated the most unlikely of all.

The game accelerated in the last quarter of an hour before the break, with Elche pushing harder. Nevertheless, Cuadra Fernández sent both to the booth with 1-1 in the electronic.

The second half was also intense, back and forth. It was a happy match. That joy that has no pressure. It seemed, yes, that 1-1 would be the final result. But no. Surprise. Kike Pérez did not want to end the season without seeing the door in the First Division and sent an acrobatic assist from Josan to the net, both substitutes today. And Kike wouldn’t do it just once, since closed the match in 92′ with another goalthis time against, to close the duel.

A victory that serves to cut a losing streak of three straight days and go on vacation happy and with the greatest record of points (42) in the history of Elche in the First Division.



Source: www.marca.com

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