Minute by minute
40′: Juan Vieira’s long free kick ends up in the arms of Bupa Lopez. Despite being kicked out, Marathon did not give up the attack.
39′: Real Spain are constantly coming from the left. Lateral Franklin Flores goes to the penalty spot and Ramiro Rocca goes above the vertical Purslane.
34′: UPAAAA! Sergio Pena almost made a blooper: he tried to clear the area and Yazon Mejia expected it. The Orinegro midfielder almost stole his wallet and goalkeeper Ortiz had to intervene.
31′: Almost, almost marathon! Again from a corner, Marathon was about to score. Brian Molina extended the ball from the penalty spot and Felix Crissando was a hair’s breadth away from pushing the ball home.
30′: Bupa López softens Lucas Campana well and Aurinegra makes the save!
26′: Again Marathon tries to create danger from the corner kick but continues to be aimless. Felix Crisanto is broad headed.
⚽*1-0: Night came too quickly for the marathon. Arinegros opened the scoring from a corner three minutes after Alans Vargas was sent off: Jose Alejandro Reyes put a dessert to the small area after Kevin Alvarez came in like a jet from behind. Great title and inside!
⚽23′: GOOOOOOOOOOOOOL for real Espa! Kevin Alvarez heads over after a corner kick! 1-0 machine win!
22′: Ortiz is off! Yeison Mejia scored another great goal from a free kick: he struck a beautiful thread that went over the bar, but the Purslane keeper avoided the goal with his outstretched right hand to send the ball into the corner.
19′: Red! Alan Vargas is fired! The Marathon captain cleared the ball with great force and left Carlos Bernardes with a brutal iron on the knee. Center back Melvin Valladares didn’t hesitate to get him out.
13′: Machine again! Yazon Mejia scored and took several shots from inside the area, but his shot was too focused into the hands of goalkeeper Ortiz.
12′: UFFFF! Marathon in the local goal sows danger: Alans Vargas gets a corner back and Clavín Zuniga can’t turn the shot towards goal.
10′: Yellow: Maron Flores beat Félix Crisanto in a promising counter-attack, and the Orinegro midfielder is already playing on condition.
9′: Joe finishes and Luis Ortiz stops! A chipped volley from ’10’ Aurinegro and the Marathon goalkeeper palmed the ball into the corner.
5′: Shots on target are yet to come. It’s a pretty flat game so far.
two’: First visit to Marathon. Lab play after Javier Arriaga’s free kick that ends up in the far center.
7:01 PM: The game begins! Real Espana and Marathon already play the last game on the 6th.
Royal Spain: Luis Lopez; Kevin Alvarez, Ketzel Montes, Devron Garcia, Franklin Flores; Mayron Flores, Jhow Benavidez, José Alejandro Reyes, Yeison Mejía; Ramiro Rocca, Carlos Fernandez.
Marathon: Luis Ortiz; Felix Crisanto, Brian Molina, Alans Vargas, Javier Arriaga; Sergio Pena, Juan Vieira, Isaac Castillo, Tamin Ramirez; Clavyin Zuniga, Lucas Campana.
6:57 PM: The teams take the field for the start of the tournament!
6:35 PM: Odin Ramos, Francisco Martinez and Byron Rodriguez during the warm-up.
6:25 PM: Teams heat up at Morazan Field!
Real Spain’s XI: Luis Lopez; Kevin Alvarez, Ketzel Montes, Devron Garcia, Franklin Flores; Mayron Flores, Jhow Benavidez, José Alejandro Reyes, Yeison Mejía; Ramiro Rocca, Carlos Fernandez.
6:20 PM: Attention! This is Real Spain’s starting lineup. Jose Alejandro Reyes is a new star.
Marathon XI: Luis Ortiz; Felix Crisanto, Brian Molina, Alans Vargas, Javier Arriaga; Sergio Pena, Juan Vieira, Isaac Castillo, Tamin Ramirez; Clavyin Zuniga, Lucas Campana.
Alternate: Rafael Garcia; Elmer Gaiti, Francisco Martinez, Luis Vega, Selwyn Guevara, Cesar Guillen, Odin Ramos, Victor Berrios, Edwin Solani, Byron Rodriguez.
6:15 PM: Attention! Marathon confirms its starting eleven. Uruguay goalkeeper Rafael Garcia came on as a substitute.
6:10 PM: Marathon’s trainer Manolo Giosian is more serious in his preview of the derby between the Machine and the Monster.
6:00pm: Suit Dress! Melvin Matamoros will be the central referee for the Classic Champedrano. Jerson Orellana and Jack Rodriguez will fly the flag. Jose Valladares will be the fourth referee.
5:50 PM: Real Espana players also pose for TEN’s lens! Here smiles the enlightened Alejandro Reyes.
5:40 PM: This is how footballer Francisco Martinez posed for TEN’s lens with Elmer Caity.
5:35 PM: The Marathon has arrived at the Morazan Stadium!
5:20 p.m: Francisco Martinez’s Marathon Debut! Today, in his first call, Celito is wearing a special outfit: he’ll be wearing cleats given to him by Brian Beckels.
5:15 PM: Real Spain arrive at the Morazan Stadium for the Classic Champedrano!
the ‘machine‘, fourth in the table with eight units, will pass a good moment and look for a third win of the tournament against his neighbors. Hector Vargas’ side will be determined with high morale after their smooth elimination of Cartagena from the CONCACAF league.
Marathon, meanwhile, will face the fight after their excellent performance against Vida last Saturday, where they drew 4-4. The Greens are sixth with seven points and will be looking for a third win.
The Emerald Team is one of the innovations in its lineup Francis Martinez. The 29-year-old was called out for controversy ‘Manolo’ Giosian For the transcendent game and may have his first minutes in the first division.
Martinez arrived Marathon Since last August 12, he has been working on everything to achieve physical perfection, so he had to train twice at the level of his teammates.
Royal Series Spain-Marathon
Aurinegros and Verdes have faced each other 242 times: Royal Spain 89, Marathon equaled 71 and 82 runs.
They played 161 battles at the Morazan Stadium, of which ‘Maquina’ won 62, ‘Monster’ 40 and drew 59 times.
It is significant Marathon He went on a four game unbeaten run against the professors at Morazan.
Mode of spread: The TVC starts at 6:30 PM.