Granada CF vs Deportivo La Coruna Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview
Video Full Match : Granada vs Deportivo La Coruna result (1 – 1)
Competition : Primera Division
Date : Sat, 5 Nov, 7:00 pm
Stadium : Nuevo Los Cármenes
Referee : Alberto Undiano Mallenco
Attendance : 13157
Preview – Match between Granada vs Deportivo La Coruna
Ready for the Primera División? If you’re a fan of Granada CF or Deportivo you should mark your calendars for Sat, Nov 5 / 7:00 PM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 11, match between Granada vs Deportivo La Coruna in the Primera División. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game.
The coaches Lucas Alcaraz and Gaizka Garitano will do their best to motivate their players and win the game. Momentarily Granada CF is at position 20 and Deportivo at position 17. The place for the showdown is Nuevo Los Cármenes. In Granada, Spain the opponents will be facing each other. We already know who will be blowing the whistle. None other than Alberto Undiano Mallenco will do the honors.
Who will be victorious in the end: Granada CF or Deportivo?
Preview – Match facts
Granada have not lost against Deportivo in La Liga since 1972 (2-0 at Riazor). Since then, they have gone eight games unbeaten against the Galician side (W4 D4).
Deportivo have defeated the Nazarí side just once in their twelve trips to Granada in the top-flight (D4 L7), 1-2 in 1942.
Granada are one of the four sides yet to win a game in the Top 5 European Leagues this season, alongside Sunderland, Inglostadt and Hamburg.
At home, Granada have had two draws and three defeats in La Liga this season, failing to score at all in their last two (they had scored exactly one goal in each of the previous three).
Deportivo have suffered three defeats in a row away from home in La Liga, while they have not gone four or more since March 2013 (L4).
Deportivo have won just one of their last 20 league games in Andalusia – 2-1 against Betis in September 2015 (D14 L5).
This is Granada’s worst start to a La Liga season after the opening ten games: three points.
The Galician side have the highest rate of goals scored in the last 15 minutes of the first half in La Liga this season (57%).
Granada are the team with the most goals conceded in La Liga, a total of 24 (2.4 per game), while they are just behind Montpellier (25) in the Top 5 European leagues.
Raúl Albentosa has scored four of his five goals in La Liga via headers – two for Eibar, one for Málaga and one for Deportivo.
Review – Match between Granada vs Deportivo La Coruna
In the Primera División it was time for Matchday 11. The game took place at Nuevo Los Cármenes in Granada, Spain. 13157 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between Granada CF and Deportivo on Sat, Nov 5 / 7:00 PM? The game ended with 1:1, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Lucas Alcaraz from Granada CF and Gaizka Garitano from Deportivo watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Alberto Undiano Mallenco.
Let’s take a look at the Highlights:
The 0:1 was achieved by Florin Andone for Deportivo in minute 64. Lombán scored for Granada CF in minute 81 which led to a 1:1.
Matthieu Saunier received a yellow card in minute 22. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 38 to Celso Borges. Afterwards Luisinho saw a yellow card in minute 59.
Marlos Moreno, wearing number 9, left the field in minute 61. Replacing him was number 23, Ryan Babel. In minute 66 Jeremie Boga, with the number 10, came in for Matthieu Saunier, with number 20. Number 11, Jon Toral, was replaced by Artem Kravets, wearing number 24 in minute 69. Replacement in minute 75: Sergi Samper, with number 4 for Uche, number 5. The next substitution took place in minute 75, where Guilherme wearing the number 20, came in for number 8, Emre Colak. And to complete the replacements, Faycal Fajr with number 19 switched with Celso Borges wearing number 22.
The new table positions for the two teams are now: 20. for Granada CF and 16. for Deportivo.
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