Target Saving! ‘Soko’ Lozano scores a goal to keep Cadiz out of action in the Spanish league

Victory, Spain.

Anthony ‘Soko’ Lozano entered the history books of Cadiz this Sunday. The Honduran striker scored a goal worth pure gold and saved the yellow team from being knocked out in the Spanish league after beating Deportivo Alaves (0-1) at home on the final day of the championship.

The result came as a surprise to Cadista’s side, who did not pass the Granada draw (0-0) against RCD Espanyol, which will continue into Spain’s first division next season.

After the first half, Alaves had more football and chances than the Andalusians, where goalkeeper Jeremias Ledesma was the best on his team, but in the second half Cadiz returned to score the winning goal and save, which was painful after the referee changed. His decision in consultation with the VAR, after he was fined in favor of Alaves in the final extension.

Lozano, who came on as a substitute for Alvaro Negredo in the 73rd minute, did not take long to keep Cadista in the top division of Spanish football in the match in Vitoria.

Alaves approached the yellow stick in the first half in which they had a little more spark than Cadiz, who probably liked more about what was in danger.

Jeremias Ledesma, the best of the yellow players in the first half, extended the lead to the Basque scoreboard with a long-range shot from Mamto Loom.

Alavés persuaded and Florian Lejeune surprised the Andalusian goalkeeper with a foul.

This set piece was a great resource for Sergio Gonzalez’s men, who could not reach the local area with the combination game, in fact, before the break, Antonio Civera successfully intervened in two strategic moves.

After the break, the goalkeeper reappeared from Alva to avoid the Yellows’ first-round exit with too much energy.

Cadiz striker Osama Idrissi (D) tries to beat Pere Ponce from Alaves.

Oussama Idrissi finished the ball after a good play by Cadiz below a discarded right-footed shot.

With Mallorca’s temporary victory at Pamplona, ​​the Andalusians were still forced to win, but the carom still had to be high.

This was noticed in the visiting stands and in the team of Sergio Gonzalez who climbed the goal line. In the 58th minute Lucas Perez was very close to reaching it, Alvaro Negredo gave him a header on the edge of the area but the Galician could not put it between three posts.

Oussama Idrissi again pardoned in Golmouth, but did not expect Mark Denas’ mistake in the Moroccan permit.

The changes of the Kadista technician came into effect. In practice, the first ball touched by Anthony Lozano put the Andalusian side ahead in the 76th minute, pushing Isa Carcellen’s low cross 0-1 in front of three local players.

'Soko' Lozano shouts his goal and celebrates with his teammates.

The assistant canceled Honduran’s second offside, leaving Cadiz with nothing to lose at the time and hoping the results would come with him.

In the 86th minute, Murcilaj referee Sanchez Martினnez converted a penalty in favor of Alaves after consulting with VAR and explaining that the ball had not slipped into the hands of Cadista Luis Alfonso Espino. Cadiz, who saw salvation up close.

With the final whistle of the final match in Granada, the yellow stands and the Cadiz team erupted in joy, celebrating their stay with them and ending around the grounds thanking the applause of the local church. The decision of the twins between entertainment.

– Datasheet:

0 – Always: Sivera, Denaglia, Jimo, Legion, Ruben Duarte (Xavi Lopez, min.59); Pere Ponce (Moya, min.79), Loom; Jason (Vallejo, min.59), Martin (Denas, min.63), Manu Garcia (Robero, min.79) and Miguel.

1 – Cadiz: Ledesma, Iza, Luis Hernández, Fali (Cala, min.74), Espino; Alcaras (Jose Marie, min.72), Alex Fernandez, Sobrino, Idrissi (Sanchez, min.83); Negredo (Lozano, min.72) and Lucas Perez (Allercon, min.83).

Goals: 0-1, m. 76: Green.

Referee: Sanchez Martinez (Murcian group). He advised local and visitor Hernandez (min 27) with a yellow card.

Incidents: The match, related to the thirty-eighth day of La Liga Santander, was played in front of 11,138 spectators at the Mendisoroza Stadium in Vitoria, with more than 500 spectators from Cadiz. Local fans sang against the players and the board.

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