Borja Iglesias, king of the goal in the party of Butarque

A double of the Panda keeps the European hopes pericas. He is the first forward of Espanyol that exceeds the 16 goals in progress in the last decade. Lunin started in Leganés.


In the party of Butarque only the Espanyol took confetti. Also gunpowder. That was his difference with Leganés. Explosive cargo that detonated Borja Iglesias with a double that allows him to break the milestone of being the first parrot of the last decade that exceeds the 16 points in course. Accumulate already 17 targets with flavor to European hope. The Catalans, who played against ten the second part by red to Bustinza, still hold light illusions conditioned, yes, what the Athletic does. The Lega closed course at home with the fourth local defeat, but return of honor postpartido for his third stay in the elite.

began to shoot the ball with offensive fanfares for a Lega held in the hope of reaching what the arithmetic denied. The options of Europa were chimerical, but those of Pellegrino were put on a band of ignorance to subdue the one who played the passport sky to the old continent. With Óscar and Juanfran uninhibited and Braithwaite and En Nesyri of Siamese of the goal, the only area that existed was that of Diego López.

Dictadura that lasted what it took Melendo to thread fantasy in what looks like a right foot, but this time it was Magic wand. His long pass metabolized him in almost goal Wu Lei. The parade of Lunin (great novelty, the best cucumber) was found hibernating in the heat of the area to Borja Iglesias unpublished until it was necessary (35 ') this panda with tiger. Pepper stick that ended in tragedy with the second yellow to Bustinza (44 '). It was not noticed.

The Lega survived in an outburst of dignity and football that almost found a reward in a cross-shot from En Nesyri that Diego López222222 took epic. Lunin replied in a shot of Darder shortly before Siovas made, by hands, the penalty 0-2 that transformed again Borja Iglesias, king of the goal in the party of Butarque.



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