Heads and tails for the Malaga sets of Second RFEF in a weekend marked by the start of the World Cup and the resumption of the competition, after that cupbearer hiatus that has been historic for Juventud Torremolinos. The Huesca executioner, who will face Sevilla in the second round, however, lost to CD El Ejido 2012 (0-1). Estepona also fell, in the Villanovense fiefdom (2-1), but both Vélez, against the Granada CF subsidiary (1-0), and Antequera, in Mancha Real (1-2), won.
On this Sunday morning, the team from Antequera experienced a frantic encounter in Jaén. Up to three penalties were awarded in a clash with as many goals. The person in charge of breaking the initial equality was Michael, who beat the Mancha Real goalkeeper with a magnificent header. The half hour had just passed and with that score the break was reached.
After the resumption began the carousel of maximum penalties. The first was transformed by Luis Alcalde into the second visiting target. 53 minutes had elapsed and the local goalkeeper would commit a new penalty in minute 72. On this new occasion, Lopito himself would intercept Alcalde’s shot. Thus the uncertainty remained, increased only three minutes later. The team from Jaén would manage to open their locker through Iván Aguilar, who would not miss out on the new maximum penalty. However, although there was plenty of time left, the Antequera team knew how to close their lines well to tie three new points in his spectacular and almost immaculate league start.
Vélez chained its third consecutive victory, after those harvested against Antequera and El Ejido in 2012. This time a compact rival such as the Granada CF subsidiary had to surrender to the superiority of the Axárquicos. This time it was the defender Bocchino, after a corner kick from Zamorano, who was in charge of breaking the initial zero to zero. The Veleños are sixth, just one point behind a Cadista subsidiary that marks the limit with respect to the promotion zone.
A solitary goal from CD El Ejido 2012 resolved the clash in El Pozuelo. Juventud Torremolinos was about to take the lead in the first half, but it was the visitor Escardó who was in charge of beating Amador in stoppage time in that first half.
Estepona took the lead in Villanovense’s field in the 49th minute, through Narbona, but it took four minutes for the local Sillero to equalize, from a penalty.
The visitor Lucas Pérez saw the second yellow card there. And local Dan Ojog scored 2-1 in discount.