The eleven of day 25 of Diario AS in LaLiga SmartBank

Stuani (Girona), Juan Villar (Almería) and Rubén Castro (Cartagena) stood out, with doubles. Rubén Pardo (Leganés) scored a goal from a free kick.

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The twenty-fifth day of LaLiga SmartBank had eleven protagonists that we detail below. Stuani (Girona), Juan Villar (Almería) and Rubén Castro (Cartagena) stood out, with doubles. Rubén Pardo (Leganés) scored a foul. Purely scoring defense: Jair (Zaragoza), Nieto (Oviedo), Franquesa (Girona) and Akieme (Almería) saw the goal.

GoalkeeperMariño (Sporting)

Sporting beat a good Málaga by the minimum, with a great performance from their goalkeeper Mariño, who added his third consecutive clean sheet. Although he did not have many interventions in the meeting, the three in which he had to act were saving, especially a popcorn shot by Rahmani.

DefendersJair (Zaragoza)

Although his job is not to score goals, Jair Amador allowed himself the luxury of releasing his scoring account of the season against Sabadell. The Zaragoza center-back opened the scoring against the Catalan team, after finishing off a corner with his head, ahead of Mackay on his way out. The Aragonese have three games without losing.

Nieto (Oviedo)

Victory with Oviedo's comeback against Lugo, with special prominence for his defensive line. Bolaño and Nieto scored 2-1 and 3-1 respectively. The second was karat: he received a ball in the front, stopped it and hit it with a strong shot. Ander Cantero stretched but couldn't help himself. Carbayons breathe.

Franquesa (Girona)

Special match for Girona's left-back against his former team, in which he also scored his second goal of the season after collecting a rebound in the area. Unorthodox but effective shot with the right leg. Of course, he did not celebrate the goal and raised his hands asking for forgiveness.

Akieme (Almería)

Akieme saw the door again, this time against Las Palmas, with a goal that put the sentence against the island. The left side of Almería appeared in the center of the area, like a center forward, to finish off a shipment of Corpas from the right wing with his head. He has two goals so far this season.

Midfielders Nteka (Fuenlabrada)

Repeat in the best eleven of the week for the second consecutive day. The truth is that the arrival of Oltra has benefited Nteka and if he was already important against Almería with a goal; against Cartagena it has been with a goal and an assist. The goal came from a penalty and the goal pass, after a run down the left wing and a better delivery to Mula.

Rubén Pardo (Leganés)

Rubén Pardo is getting a taste for scoring direct fouls. Against Albacete he scored his third goal in four games, with an unappealable shot with a donut, which was gradually poisoned. Tomeu Nadal reached out to clear, but could do nothing to prevent it. If Rubén Pardo smiles, Leganés smiles.

Dimata (Espanyol)

Dimata became Espanyol's unexpected hero against Mallorca. The Catalans achieved a very important victory against the leader to close the gap. The role of the Belgian winger was key for Vicente Moreno's team to take the three points: goal, from De Tomás, to put the 1-2 on the scoreboard.ForwardsStuani (Girona)

The Stuani returned from the big events after two months without seeing a goal. Against Mirandés he scored a saving double to rescue a point from Anduva. A double that came in the last ten minutes of the game. It may have been a hat-trick, but the stick prevented the feat from being even more complete.Juan Villar (Almería)

Juan Villar broke his scoring drought in the League (he had previously scored in a Cup match), with a double against Las Palmas. Two goals that serve Almería to continue in the fight for promotion. The first goal came from a penalty and the second, after finishing off a Corpas cross from the right.

Rubén Castro (Cartagena)

Rubén Castro scored a double against Rayo and became the fifth player in LaLiga history to reach 250 goals between First and Second. A historic milestone for a great ram. His first goal came from a penalty, and the second, beautifully made, after stinging it before the departure of Dimitrievski.



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