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09 Feb 2016
Another grey game for Fabril, but the lads overcame the numeric disadvantage and Óscar scored twice within the last fifteen minutes to give three important points in the quest for promotion.

Coach Manu Mosquera was recovering both goalkeepers, David Gómez and Anxo Pérez, but centre-back Róber Suárez was out injured, so Santi Taboada was still playing at the centre of the defence. Centre midfielder Pol Calvet was suspended after been sent off in the previous game.

The draw was a 4-2-3-1, David Gómez was the keeper, Ben Fisk was playing again at the right side in defense, Lucas Viña performed on the left, the centre-backs were Taboada and Iago López. Piette and Ángel Fernández were the centre midfielders, Álex Corredera attacked from the right wing, Óscar García did it from the left, Edu Expósito was the playmaker and Juan Otero was the centre forward.

The rival was CD Noia, recently promoted team that’s fighting to avoid the demotion. The team coached by Santiago Iglesias has only won six games and was relying in Hugo García and Álex Blanco in order to surprise and get a positive result.

Another doubtful performance for Depor B, the team was only better than a rival in relegation until the second half and there were two polemic calls by the referee. Both sides had chances to win the game, but it was Fabril the one picking the points thanks to two errors that were seized by Óscar García, the second best scorer in the league.

It was a hard meeting for Fabril, the visitors planned a trap at midfield and it was hard to create scoring chances before goalie Óscar Toledo. At the same time CD Noia created a couple of clear opportunities in the counterattack, which gave the sense that the meeting was balanced, at least in the first half.

Colombian Otero had the first chance in the game with a shot from the edge of the area that missed the target (17’). Three minutes later there was the first polemic play of the game with a counterattack for Noia in which David Gómez had to go out in order to foul Hugo García. He was booked, but the visitors protested that he deserved the red card.

In the next ten minutes Depor B were unable to create anything as it had problems to reach the rival’s area while Noia seemed content with the goalless result. At minute 35, a direct free-kick by Álex Blanco missed the target by inches and before the pause Ángel missed the target after been assisted by Óscar (42’).

For the second half, the defensive wall of Noia started to break up and Fabril had better opportunities, this no matter that Taboada was sent off with two yellow cards that were protested by the locals leaving his team with ten men for the last half an hour.

Mosquera didn’t reinforce the defence, instead he delayed the position of Canadian Sam Piette, while Hugo Rama entered replacing Ángel searching for punch at the centre of the field. Later Juan López entered for Edú Expósito.

Depor B were heading to a new disappointment, but then two errors and Óscar García showed up. At minute 73, he hit the post firing from the edge of the area. Then the whole collective work of Noia fell down with two big errors that cost two goals.

The first was a bad control of goalkeeper Toledo that ended with him fouling Otero, that foul wasn’t whistled, but Óscar picked the ball and defender Trasbach pushed him inside the area and this time the penalty was awarded with Óscar scoring from the spot. Just five minutes later a new error was going to close the game.

Another lack of attention, this time of Trasbach, was seized by Otero, who drilled the ball into the path of Óscar to face Toledo one-on-one and score his 13th goal on the season. The winger is now the second best scorer in the league just behind ex-Fabril Jorge Cano (14).

Juvenil A Hugo Díaz replaced Piette for the final five minutes as Moquera was trying to protect the result. Noia had a late chance to score, but David Gómez made the save before Álex Blanco (90+2’).

Bad game, but the spirt of Fabril prevailed to grab the three points. The team played with ten men for 30 minutes and Óscar was the savior, though it’s also true that it was possible thanks to the visiting errors. The victory leaves the team 4th at the standings with a 5-point difference with the fifth place and at the same time the team is only five points under leaders CD Borio. On next weekend Depor B visit 8th place Racing Vilalbés.

Deportivo B: (4-2-3-1) David Gómez – Ben Fisk, Taboada, Iago López, Lucas Viña - Piette (Hugo Díaz 85’), Ángel (Hugo Rama 65’) – Corredera, Edu Expósito (Juan López 80’), Óscar García – Otero.
Noia: (4-4-2) Toledo - Juanjo, Trasbach, Munín, Mario - Bendaña (José Alves 52’), Banana, Samu, Hugo García (David Suárez 69’) - Nieto (Espi 57’), Álex Blanco.
Goals: 1-0: (74’) Óscar (penalty), 2-0: (79’) Óscar.
Referee: Daniel Hernández Gonzalez. He showed yellow card to David Gómez (20’), Bendaña (29’), Lucas Viña (60’), Munin (79’), Espi (86’) & Alex Blanco (89’). Taboada was sent off with two yellow cards (42’ & 63’).
Venue: Abegondo (400).




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