By CAPosts 21 November, 2020 - 01:57pm 90 views
Sevilla took the victory against Celta in a match that was close to losing and drawing, but which ended up winning thanks to the performance of its goalkeeper Vaclik and the changes introduced by Lopetegui, which gave it freshness and breadth. Celta had clear chances to win in the second half, with a very daring approach, although with a weak defense. Sevilla had a fortune in 3-2 with a shot from Escudero that hit Tapia to mislead Rubén in the 86th minute. Lopetegui's team did not show continuity, which had a good start, then dissolved after a mistake by Vaclik and He had a hard time overcoming an opponent who did very good things from midfield onwards, but other terrible things in his defensive system.
Coudet was daring and played one-on-one against Sevilla , with a high-level Aspas. A risky bet, without a doubt, that in the end ended up paying for its weakness in both areas. Celta suffered the typical things that teams in trouble suffer: clear errors in attack, bad fortune in the many conceded and a null maturity to take advantage of their moments in the game. Sevilla, always competitive, knew how to suffer to take three important points by better managing the keys to a somewhat crazy game, with a lot of back and forth. Vaclik stopped in the second half and was able to score in two decisive moments. Shortly before the break with the 1-2 after a great shot from En-Nesyri and with the aforementioned shot from Escudero that touched Tapia with four minutes remaining. In these small and large details, the matches are defined in matches as evenly matched as those provided by LaLiga.
SEV4-2CELSevillaVaclik, Diego Carlos, Jesús Navas, Marcos Acuña (Escudero, min. 32), Jules Koundé, Rakitic, Joan Jordán (Oussama Idrissi, min. 80), Fernando, Óliver Torres (Munir, min. 67), Youssef En-Nesyri (Luuk de Jong, min. 67) and Lucas Ocampos (Óscar Rodríguez, min. 80) CeltaRubén Blanco, Olaza, Joseph Aidoo (Néstor Araújo, min. 41), Murillo, Hugo Mallo, Renato Tapia (Miguel Rodriguez, min. 87), Brais, Denis Suárez, Nolito (Okay Yokuslu, min. 67), Aspas and Santi Mina Goles1-0 min. 4: Jules Koundé. 1-1 min. 9: Blades. 1-2 min. 35: Nolito. 2-2 min. 47: Youssef En-Nesyri. 3-2 min. 84: Squire. 4-2 min. 86: Munir. Referee César Soto GradoYellow cardsJesús Navas (min. 1), Denis Suárez (min. 53), Hugo Mallo (min. 71) and Escudero (min. 72)
The staging of Eduardo Coudet's Celta was terrifying. A team full of attacking players, without any support, was planted in Sánchez Pizjuán without knowing very well what to do. The Argentine, who could not sit on the bench, must have been terrified watching the first ten minutes of his team. His Celta was a boat in the middle of the storm unleashed by a Seville without brake, which in those ten minutes created five clear chances and scored a goal. The game changed radically in an isolated play, when an error by Vaclik, who started because of the positive from Bono, enabled Aspas to draw, always well placed. The clash changed radically because Sevilla, incomprehensibly, collapsed, losing the confidence that had made it a hurricane at the beginning
Celta, much looser, took advantage of their daring approach in a very well executed counterattack by Aspas. The forward took advantage of a ball into the hole to get into the area. Vaclik cleared the ball and Nolito scored at pleasure. Coudet, in the stands, witnessed the transformation of a game of comings and goings, few defensive precautions and strange for the gross mistakes that were made in defense.
Sevilla, however, is a team with soul. Playing badly, he knows how to suffer and from that suffering he is imposed by the brave opponents of such little defensive appearance as this Celta. Navas put a ball into the box on the edge of the break and En-Nesyri emerged to make it 2-2 just after Vaclik saved against Nolito. The match was chaos, with little control and too many errors in both teams in their defensive system
Santi Mina met Vaclik twice in the second half and Sevilla, energized by the entry of Munir, Idrissi and Óscar, He turned around a game that he had in Chinese and where he ended up imposing by hitting the naivety of a Celtic where Coudet has a lot of work ahead of him.