Mallorca still doesn't know what it is to score far from the island

Vicente Moreno's team aims to achieve its first points as a visitor in Butarque before Colista Leganés.


Real Mallorca has 10 points in its locker and all of them have obtained them at the Son Moix stadium, so they still don't know what it is to score far from the island. To his credit it should be added that of the nine days only in three he has played away from home, but in all three cases the balance has been one defeat after another.

In the first outing the vermilions lost 2-0 in Mestalla against Valencia. In the second they fell 4-2 in Getafe and in the third they fell again 2-0 in Vitoria against Alavés. In addition, the scoring balance also does not say much in favor of the Mallorcanists who in three games have conceded 8 goals and have only scored two, the two works of Budimir in the Alfonso Pérez Coliseum.

Now, in a new visit to the south of Madrid, Vicente Moreno's team intends to achieve in Butarque before Colista Leganés his first points as a visitor and the coach has already warned and made aware his players that the match against a team that still does not know what it is to win a game will be as difficult as the previous challenge of beating Real Madrid.

Mallorca is facing a game-trap because of that after a great victory always comes a defeat. Another factor that the Balearic club takes into account is that the change of coach in Leganés can spur a team that seeks its first win.

On the other hand, no change in the eleven type of Vicente Moreno is ruled out once there are too many players who have usually played the most minutes, including veteran midfielder Salva Sevilla, a fundamental player for his team, which also accumulates four cards yellow and is on the verge of suspension.



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