The Reserves deserved more vs Alcoyano in a match marked by controversial refereeing (0-1)
Unfair. The Villarreal B team’s winning streak came to an end after their narrow defeat to CD Alcoyano in a game marked, inevitably, by the referee’s performance. The Catalonian referee, Barceló Roca, did not give a clear penalty on Aitor Cantalapiedra in the 49th minute that would have changed the game completely, as at that point the score was 0-0.
The Mini Submarine had some clear goal scoring opportunities to score and take away a point at the least, although they deserved all three. The Yellows best chance of the game was, without a doubt, at the command of the left boot of Cantalapiedra, who tried to chip the ball over the rival goalkeeper, after a counterattack started by Carlos Martínez.
The only goal of the game came in the 77th minute, when Mariano headed the ball home from a cross swung in from the right wing.
The Villarreal B team’s next rival will be Atlético Baleares, who will be visited by the Yellows Reserves on Sunday 11th December at 12pm CET.
Villarreal B: Cantero; Felipe, Pau, Juan ‘Ibiza’, Peris; Lazo (Leo Suárez, m. 62), Larrea, Anton Shvets (Morlanes, m. 67), Cantalapiedra; Carlos Martínez and Franco Acosta (Carlos López, m. 70).
CD Alcoyano: Marc, Mariano, David Torres, José García (Jorge, m. 83), Ángel (Perujo, m. 89), Navarro, Álvaro, Ruso, Fran Miranda, Gato and Mario.
Goal: 0-1. Min. 77: Mariano.
Referee: Barceló Roca. Cautioned: Felipe, Juan ‘Ibiza’ and Cantalapiedra for the locals; José García, Ruso, Mario and Perujo for the visitors.
Stadium: Mini Estadi.