Málaga vs Sporting de Gijón Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview
Video Full Match : Malaga vs Sporting Gijon result (3 – 2)
Competition : Primera Division
Date : Sat, 5 Nov, 2:45 am
Stadium : La Rosaleda
Referee : Jesus Gil Manzano
Attendance : –
Preview – Match between Malaga vs Sporting Gijon
Ready for the Primera División? If you’re a fan of Málaga or Sporting de Gijón you should mark your calendars for Sat, Nov 5 / 2:45 AM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 11, match between Malaga vs Sporting Gijon in the Primera División. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game.
The coaches Juande Ramos and Abelardo Fernández will do their best to motivate their players and win the game. Momentarily Málaga is at position 11 and Sporting de Gijón at position 18. The place for the showdown is La Rosaleda. In Málaga, Spain the opponents will be facing each other.
Who will be victorious in the end: Málaga or Sporting de Gijón?
Preview – Match facts
In the last five meetings between Málaga and Sporting in La Liga, the home side have always won the game: three for Málaga and two for Sporting.
Sporting have never won away from home against Málaga in La Liga, with four defeats and one draw from their five trips there.
Indeed, on those five trips, Sporting have only scored once, in their only draw (1-1 in May 2010).
Málaga have won three in a row at home in La Liga, while they have not gone four or more in a row since 2012 (when they went five with Manuel Pellegrini in charge).
Sporting are winless in their last 12 away games in La Liga (D6 L6); their worst run since March 2010 and January 2011, when they went 17 games without a win away from home (D7 L10).
After two wins in their opening three games in La Liga this seaon (D1), Sporting have not won any of their last seven (D2 L5).
Málaga (170 per game) and Sporting (166 per game) are the two teams with the most balls lost in La Liga this season.
Málaga have won the most points in La Liga this season during the last 15 minutes of their games (7), while Sporting have won none under such circumstances.
Ignacio Camacho has scored in two La Liga games in a row for Málaga, while he has never scored in three games in a row in the competition.
Moi Gómez has been involved in two of Sporting’s last three goals in La Liga (one goal and one assist).
Review – Match between Málaga vs Sporting de Gijón
In the Primera División it was time for Matchday 11. The game took place at La Rosaleda in Málaga, Spain. Did you also get a chance to see the match between Malaga vs Sporting Gijon on Sat, Nov 5 / 2:45 AM? The game ended with 3:2, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Juande Ramos from Málaga and Abelardo Fernández from Sporting de Gijón watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Jesus Gil Manzano.
Let’s take a look at the Highlights:
The 0:1 was achieved by Borja Viguera for Sporting de Gijón in minute 13. Pablo Fornals scored for Málaga in minute 47 which led to a 1:1. The following 1:2 was scored by Duje Cop for Sporting de Gijón in minute 49. Málaga reached a 2:2 in minute 65. Scorer was Sandro Ramirez. Fifth goal of the match was fired by Michael Santos (Málaga) in minute 78.
Lillo received a yellow card in minute 11. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 28 to Fernando Amorebieta. Afterwards Isma López saw a yellow card in minute 35. In minute 40 the ref showed Sergio Álvarez a yellow card. The next interruption came in minute 42. Gonzalo Castro saw a yellow card. The referee decided to hand out a yellow card to Mikel Villanueva in minute 48. Borja Viguera received a yellow card in minute 49. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 52 to Michael Santos. Afterwards Lillo saw a second yellow (red) card in minute 71. In minute 74 the ref showed Ignacio Camacho a yellow card. The next interruption came in minute 94. Pablo Fornals saw a yellow card.
Jony, wearing number 21, left the field in minute 35. Replacing him was number 8, Michael Santos. In minute 41 Rachid, with the number 8, came in for Sergio Álvarez, with number 6. Number 10, Juanpi, was replaced by Javi Ontiveros, wearing number 39 in minute 57. Replacement in minute 68: Víctor Rodríguez, with number 7 for Moi Gómez, number 23. The next substitution took place in minute 74, where Alberto Lora wearing the number 11, came in for number 18, Isma López. And to complete the replacements, Duda with number 17 switched with Mikel Villanueva wearing number 4.
The new table positions for the two teams are now: 9. for Málaga and 18. for Sporting de Gijón.
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