Without a clean sheet there is no paradise

Real Zaragoza have been unable to complete a comeback this season and have only won one game having conceded at least one goal.

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Juan Ignacio Martínez pointed out at the conclusion of the match against Oviedo that his team is penalized a lot on a psychological level to conceal a goal. And he is right, as Real Zaragoza have been unable to complete a comeback this season and have only won one game having conceded at least one goal. It was four days ago against Málaga, in their only away win on the pitch, in a match in which the Aragonese went 0-2 and only a goal from Luis Muñoz seven minutes from the end endangered the victory of the blanquillos.

In his other six victories he managed to leave his clean sheet: Albacete (1-0), Fuenlabrada (1-0), Lugo (1-0), Logroñés (2-0), Ponferradina (1-0) and Alcorcón (0 -3), although in this case the match ended 0-0 and then the Competition Committee gave the Aragonese victory due to the improper alignment of the Madrid team. In addition, Zaragoza did not fit in the draws against Sabadell and Mallorca.

On the contrary, they have conceded at least one goal in the other 18 league games played to date, in addition to the one mentioned above in the victory against Málaga. In thirteen of them the rival struck first, with a balance of eleven defeats, in ten of which the Aragonese were left unmarked, and two draws. On the other hand, Zaragoza has already seen how they have come back up to three times, all of them with Iván Martínez on the bench, and in another two the match ended in a draw.

Therefore, the balance of the Aragonese team when it concedes at least one goal is one victory, four draws and fourteen defeats. That is, seven points out of 57 and no comeback in favor. Some numbers that clearly indicate that without a clean sheet there is no paradise.



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