Dmitrovic dresses as Superman to give victory to Eibar

The gunsmith set returned to add 3 in a crazy game in which the local goalkeeper stopped a penalty


El Eibar-Betis was the first match in the history of Ipurua played at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. A schedule that in spite of the uncertainty summoned more than three quarters of the local fans to the stadium. The meeting started decaffeinated. No tension. With two teams that came to the day with nothing at stake beyond looking to stay as high as possible in the table. And it was noticed.

Dio a step forward Real Betis after the initial whistle. The Betis managed to take possession and control of the ball for more than 20 minutes, despite not having a clear chance in the early stages. The one who did, despite everything, was Eibar, who found Orellana his most dangerous weapon. The Chilean had a free kick that Bartra took and a backwards shot in a corner that Joel had to take upwards that meant a change of command in the match. The VAR, undisputed protagonist of the meeting, annulled a goal to Ramis in the 23.

A blow that Betis accused, with errors in exit of ball with scare included after the intentona of the bético guardameta that Pedro Leon almost becomes in the first of afternoon. However, the excessive tranquility of both teams caused the last 15 minutes of the first part of the match to open completely. Celso and Feddal had their best chances in the match, with a shot at the top of the 42nd with Dmitrovic beaten. The colophon, however, came in the form of a goal thousandths before the final whistle. Fue Cote, that with a crossed shot inside the big area ahead of an Eibar that in spite of not being completely had them of all the colors to mark.

The second act started crazy and with all the intensity nonexistent in the First. Betis, who took two steps forward in their game, managed to turn Dmitrovic into the main protagonist of the game. Served he had it in 53, in a point-blank shot that only Serbian gloves could stop. Betis, more grown than ever, managed to provoke a penalty that only the VAR could appreciate, and that Dmitrovic stopped masterfully to avoid the 1-1.

The final stretch of the match was exciting. A constant round trip and a score that, without closing, could yield any result. However, little else had to be told. The emotional moment of the meeting was marked by the debut of Jordi Calavera, who had not been able to play a single minute of the league to date.

Mendilibar: "Betis has had more chances than us"

Eibar coach, José Luis Mendilibar, acknowledged this Sunday that Betis, despite losing in Ipurúa (1-0), had "more chances" than their team.

The coach of the Basque team congratulated the Serbian goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic, who said he had "played very well" and They owe him "the victory" .

"Our first round was better in terms of the game than the second and we got fewer points," he said of the 46 that already shine in the armero.

Mendilibar pointed out that it was "a match very open in which Betis has played well "and said he did not like how his team played.

Regarding the penalty and the VAR, Mendilibar criticized the system:" If they have to look so many times the play, it is not what we They said ".

Setién:" My credit will be over for those who only look at the results "

Betis coach, Quique Setién, assured this Sunday, after the defeat of his team against Eibar (2-0), that his credit in front of the Seville team "will be over for those who only look at the results" and not for those who "look beyond" .

Setién admitted that he feels "disappointed" with what has happened to his team "in the second return, "because he believes they have been" superior "to many rivals, but have not" reflected in the results the good game "they have developed.

" Football has been unfair to us, "he said after letting out the last car heading to Europe.

The coach from the Bété, however, praised the work of his team in Ipurua, and said his team could "have gotten up to four goals" in the match they lost by 1-0.



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