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Atletico Marbella Paraiso (0-1) Stages Thrilling Comeback to Victory in Added Time

March 22, 2024
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Atlético Marbella Paraíso’s Initial Lineup in Malaka

Atlético Marbella Paraíso found their way back to victory this weekend in a match against Malaka. The sky-blue and white team ended a streak of four games without a win, scoring in added time during their visit to the bottom-ranked team.

Sergio Martín’s Winning Goal

Sergio Martín scored the winning goal in the 94th minute, keeping his team just two points behind the league leader. Atlético Marbella Paraíso defeated AD Malaka in a match corresponding to the 23rd round of the First Andalusian League in Malaga. A goal from Sergio Martín in extra time allowed the sky-blue and whites to reconnect with victory.

Match Overview

From the start, the match was characterized by a tough game in the midfield, where both teams showed strong resistance. Despite offensive aspirations, goal opportunities were scarce for both sides, and parity was maintained throughout the 90 minutes of regulation time.

Unexpected Break in Monotony

It was in the 94th minute when the monotony of the draw was unexpectedly broken. A pass to the area from Vergara found Gonzalo Arjona, whose shot hit the post. However, luck smiled on Atlético Marbella Paraíso, as Sergio Martín was in the right place to take advantage of the rebound and score the only goal of the match.

Atlético Marbella Paraíso’s Celebration

This late goal sparked celebration among the players of Atlético Marbella Paraíso and their fans, who recognized the importance of a victory obtained under adverse circumstances. Meanwhile, AD Malaka was frustrated at not being able to generate clear chances throughout the match, remaining at the bottom of the standings with only 8 points.

Atlético Marbella Paraíso’s Position in the Standings

With this result, Atlético Marbella Paraíso consolidates its position in second place in the standings with 52 points in round 23. Although the match lacked offensive emotions, the visiting team managed to take the three points, highlighting their ability to seize opportunities when they are most needed in the competition.

Match Details

AD Malaka CF: David Álvarez, Sergio Antonio Carnero, Pedro Jose Pedrajas, Juan Manuel Guardia, Sergio Posada, Jeray Quintero, Luis Antonio Florido, Víctor Naslund, Hamza Makhkhoute, Enrique Pino, Miguel Sánchez. Substitutes: Antonio Monedero, Francisco Fernández, David Ruiz, Daniel Albarran, Jonathan Chaves, Leon Franco Ramirez, Manuel Sánchez. Atlético Marbella Paraíso: Nono, Lucas, Fran, Luciano, Otero, Sergio Martín, Vergara, Pedro Paulo, Brayan, Juli, Jeremy. Substitutes: Fallou, Tabi, Zoilo, Gonzalo Arjona, TJ, Valle, David Tatoshvili. Referee: Gutiérrez Martín, cautioned Pedro José Pedrajas and Daniel Albarrán for the home team and sent off Juan Manuel Guardia with a second yellow card in the 83rd minute. For the visitors, Brayan, Juli and Zoilo were shown yellow cards. Goal: 0-1, min. 94: Sergio Martín. Field: Municipal Malaka.

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