The eleven of day 23 of Diario AS in LaLiga SmartBank

Sabin (Leganés) and Barreiro (Lugo) stood out with two doubles. Sadiq (Almería), who is still sweet, scored a goal and an assist.

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The twenty-third day of LaLiga SmartBank had eleven protagonists that we detail below. Sabin (Leganés) and Barreiro (Lugo) stood out with two doubles. Sadiq (Almería), who is still sweet, scored a goal and an assist. In goal, Reina (Mallorca) had no rival. Cuenca (Almería) and Pomares (Tenerife) scored in defense. 444 444GoalkeeperReina (Mallorca)

Mallorca returns to the top of the LaLiga SmartBank table, after their victory over Girona by the minimum (1-0). Reina, who is currently the goalkeeper least thrashed in Segunda, was immeasurable with four saves (one of them with the shoulder shot by Sylla), to leave the three points on the island.DefensasCuenca (Almería)

The central defender of Almería has been uncovered this season as a scorer in the final minutes. Against Castellón he put the goal of tranquility in 81 ', after finishing off a free kick by Lazo with his head. He has already scored three goals this season and all of them came during the last ten minutes of the game.

Pomares (Tenerife)

Pomares started the game against Funlabrada on the bench, not knowing that shortly after he would become the local hero. The full-back jumped onto the field after the expulsion of Álex Muñoz and in the 76th minute he scored the equalized goal after receiving a ball inside the area, to later define with his left leg.Saúl García (Sporting)

The winger on loan from Alavés has practically had no rival on his wing since he arrived at Sporting. Against Cartagena he showed a great level in his tasks, lavishing even on attack. He stood out above all in defense, where he completed three punts and two interceptions, in addition to emerging victorious in two of the three games in which he was involved.

Midfielders Amath (Mallorca)

Amath has found her place to shine in Mallorca. The Senegalese, on loan from Getafe, gave victory to the Balearic Islands by scoring the only goal of the match, in the 92nd minute. Great definition with his left leg, from inside the area, after receiving a pass from Dani Rodríguez. He has been seeing the door for two consecutive days.

Isi (Rayo)

Isi has an affair with Espanyol. The winger, who had already scored in the first round match against the parakeets (a goal that served to give the franjirrojos three points), did it again in this weekend's match. And what a great goal! Direct foul, with a donut, which was poisoning. Unstoppable for Diego López.

Álvaro Jiménez (Albacete)

A little over a month ago, many considered Albacete sentenced, but the truth is that the La Mancha team has risen from its ashes after adding 13 of the last 15 points at stake. Álvaro Jiménez has been one of those who have helped make this happen. If two days ago he scored the winning goal against Alcorcón, against Oviedo he scored the assistance of both Zozulia.

Pardo (Leganés)

Leganés already dances to the sound set by Garitano and Rubén Pardo has become its conductor. Against Lugo, his match was impeccable in the midfield and he also put the finishing touch on a job well done with his second goal in two consecutive games. Unappealable direct free kick, with a thread, which was poisoning up to the square.

Forwards Sadiq (Almería)

It is not unreasonable to say that Sadiq is currently LaLigaSmartbank's fittest player. The Nigerian forward scored one goal and another in Almería's victory against Castellón. He already has eleven goals this season (eight in the last seven league games). He is sweet and his team is still in the fight for promotion thanks to his success.

Sabin Merino (Leganés)

The Leganés forward had not seen the door for many days; and against Lugo he retaliated with his second double of the season. Two goals that show their strengths. In the first one, he finished off a ball with his right from inside the area, after finding the goal. The second came from the penalty spot, deceiving Cantero.

Barreiro (Lugo)

Before the match against Leganés, Barreiro had scored four goals (all from the penalty spot). His first two goals came against the pepineros. In the first one he was rogue, when he finished off a rejected ball with his head, inside the small area. In the second he finished off a cross by José Luis Rodríguez, after a foul.



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