Oyarzabal, Carlos Fernández from a penalty and Zubimendi scored the goals for the San Sebastian team, the last two after the 90th minute
The Real society won 1-3 at Almeriabottom of LaLiga EA Sports, in a match without brilliance, but in which they imposed their quality to further sink an Andalusian team that does not learn from the mistakes of other events and threw all their work overboard by conceding two goals in added time, marked by Carlos Fernandezin the 91st minute from a penalty, and Martín Zubimendiin 95.
The Almeria team managed to equalize the 0-1 deficit with which Real took the lead in the 62nd minute, through Mikel Oyarzabal, thanks to a bit of Sergio Arrives after a rejection of Alex Remiro shot by the Brazilian Lázaro Vinícius, but it was a mirage because they collapsed in the final stretch of the second half, unable to prevent the victory of a pragmatic San Sebastian team that, without being well, added three valuable points to remain in the top zone.
The team of Imanol Alguacil They dominated a first half in which they had goals, a shot against the post by the Nigerian Sadiq and another shot by the former red and white player that was saved by the Portuguese Maximiano, and although in the second the match was more level, Almería out of necessity and the Txuri Urdin team out of quality, Real took the lead and then imposed its effectiveness to the disappointment of the locals.
At the beginning, the San Sebastián team, through pressure, put Almería into its territory to not let it grow in attack. In fact, during the first half the team Bad Garitano He was not able to fire a single shot between the three sticks from an Álex Remiro who had almost no work.
The opposite happened to Luis Maximiano, who had to intervene on a couple of occasions to stop the scoring momentum of the Basque team. Oyarzabal was the first to try, with only two minutes of play, but his shot did not find the goal.
Yes, the subsequent release of Sadiq Umar that he left in his wake Edgar, Robertone and Chumi and a left foot was taken that went to the base of the post, in a demonstration of the management capacity of Imanol Alguacil’s team, who advanced lines and forced the red and white team to go back and defend as the only way to survive.
The disallowed goal @Real society 📺
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Almería had no other way of being in the game, with less capacity to pressure the ball out of Real, who lived and grew in the three-quarter zone, imposing their pressure and looking for Sadiq as a reference player to have the clearer occasions.
This is what happened just before the break with a ‘shoe’ from the Nigerian that Maximiano sent to the corner with his fingertips, although before that there was a shot from Turrientes and of Aihen Muñoz that they did not find a goal.
At the restart, Imanol put Mikel Merino and to Japanese Take Kubo to revolutionize the party. However, Almería enjoyed this stretch of arrivals to the Remiro area, but without the possibility of improvement, unlike the San Sebastian team, who scored in the 59th minute in an action that Beñat Turrientes finished off with his arm and, therefore, was voided.
Three minutes later the royalists’ goal did come, from a corner kick by Zakharyan that hit the near post. Aritz Elustondo and Mikel Oyarzabal deflected just enough to put Real ahead.
Almería was forced to react because not even a draw was worth it. In ’66, the Belgian Large Ramazan scored on a counterattack, but the goal was disallowed for offside, while the accumulation of matches began to take its toll on Real and, in the 76th minute, a good attacking action ended with a shot by Lázaro Vinicius, without a mark on the edge of the area, which Álex Remiro could not block and Sergio Arribas scored a goal to tie.
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It helped Almería to face the final minutes better. In the 85th minute, in another arrival, Ramazani fell inside the area against The Norman, but nothing was pointed out, and in ’87 the Guinean Mendes avoided the 1-2, which came in the 91st minute, after a handball inside the penalty area Sergio Akieme, when Carlos Fernández from Seville converted the penalty.
This ‘killed’ Almería, now no reaction capacity and four minutes later they conceded the final 1-3, when Zubimendi scored in a corner that Elustondo extended with a header for his teammate to finish.