Communications Aberdera has qualified for the finals of 2021, exiting Municipal Road and facing Malagadeco next Wednesday.

With no goals scored in the first round between the two teams on December 23 last year, Creams was keen to look for an advantage from the first half.

The trend was set by a play that provoked the suspicion of Albos fans in the 15th minute when Jorge Abaricio was knocked down near the area guarded by Ricardo Geras.

Red defender Jose Morales knocked Abarcio off from behind, but nothing to the chagrin of center-back cream fans.

Already in the filling, we are still waiting for the special guest. When Nazarene pointed out the maximum penalty for Jose Cardoso’s team, we mistakenly thought it would reach 75.

Rudy Periandos made it 0-1 and tried to give the final a pass, but his shot bounced off Kevin Moscoso’s goalpost.

This result was enough for those led by Willy Oliveira to qualify for the final of the tournament by the tiebreaker criteria established by the National League, which characterizes the best position in the general table.

In this case, Antigua, which was eliminated by the Communicators at the end of the regular phase, is in second place behind the GFC and ahead of its eternal rival, the Municipal.

Now, Communications will face Malacateco in the first leg final on December 29 at a time to be confirmed.

The second final will also be on January 1, pending confirmation of time.

On Saturday, Antigua were unable to overcome the 0-2 consensus Malacadeco had conceded in the other series on the first date. They finished 1-1 and 1-3 overall, giving Torres the first ticket to the final.

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