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“FC Marbelli Triumphs with a 3-0 Victory as Malaka Bows Out Due to Lack of Players

April 28, 2024
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FC Marbellí Continues Winning Streak Against AD Malaka

FC Marbellí is not slowing down, continuing to win matches in an effort to finish the season in the top position. The yellow team faced off against Malaka, who arrived in Marbella with only nine players. The match at La Dama de Noche lasted a mere 20 minutes, during which Marbellí scored three goals and the visiting team lost players as the minutes passed. FC Marbellí’s victory over AD Malaka keeps them at the top of the leaderboard.

Marbellí Dominates the Match

The yellow team had no trouble defeating a rival who arrived with only nine players and could not put up resistance. Led by Juan Carlos Puertas, the team respected their opponent and took the match seriously. They applied high pressure and aimed to close the score as soon as possible. To achieve this, the coach fielded a team full of starters.

Marbellí Scores Early

Within five minutes, Marbellí was already leading thanks to a goal from Yiyi, assisted by Moha. Malaka tried to play the ball but struggled to find players. The vast field and lack of players were insurmountable obstacles for the visitors.

Marbellí Extends Lead

In the 13th minute, Alexis scored the second goal after another assist from Moha. Shortly after, Malaka lost two players due to physical problems, leaving them with only seven players for a few minutes. Marbellí could have scored the third goal in a move by Yiyi that was saved by the defense. In the following corner, Marcos Ruiz rose to the sky to connect a bicycle kick that went into the top corner. A stunning goal from the captain ended the match as another visiting player was injured.

Marbellí’s Seriousness and Malaka’s Personality

The match, which lasted only 20 minutes, was expected to be uneventful, but it is worth praising both the seriousness shown by Marbellí and the personality of a Malaka team that showed up despite not having enough players. In the stands of La Dama de Noche, the yellow fans were able to enjoy three goals and a good afternoon of football.

Match Details

FC Marbellí: Álex Franco, Óscar, Miguel Rubio, Raúl Toro, Yiyi, Marcos Ruiz, Moha, Essomba, Alexis, Álvarito, and Asencio. Substitutes: David Castro, Tete, Pablo Cortés, Diego Rubio, Churre, Pablo Gil, and Dominik.

AD Malaka: David Álvarez, Carnero, Pedrajas, Quintero, Raúl Ramírez, Pino, Monedero, Toni Rodríguez, and Miguel Sánchez.

Referee: Domínguez Aguilera. No cards.

Goals: 1-0, min. 5: Yiyi. 2-0, min. 13: Alexis. 3-0, min. 21: Marcos Ruiz.

Venue: La Dama de Noche with about 100 spectators.

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