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Marbella FC’s Stalemate in Getafe Leaves Playoff Wide Open (0-0) – A Must-W

May 13, 2024
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Intense Match Between Getafe B and Marbella FC Ends in Goalless Draw

In an intense match between Getafe B and Marbella FC, the latter managed to secure a goalless draw, leaving the playoff wide open for the return leg. The match saw few scoring opportunities, with Marbella showing promise in the early stages of both halves, but seemed content with the draw as the game neared its end. A goal by Getafe B was disallowed due to a foul on Lejárraga.

Marbella FC Aims for Promotion in First Playoff Match

The first playoff match for promotion to the 1st RFEF saw Getafe B face off against Marbella FC at Getafe’s Sports City. Marbella FC is aiming for a category promotion. The starting lineup of Fran Beltrán’s team saw the surprising absence of Rafa de Vicente. The Alicante coach placed Soto alongside Marcos Tulio, with Ohemeng returning to the left and Gato maintaining his place in the starting team after a strong end to the season.

First Half Dominated by Marbella FC

The first half was intense, with both teams vying for the ball and showing no fear in divided balls. Marbella FC started strong, while Getafe B ended the half on a high note. Marbella FC was the first team to pose a threat to the opposing goal. Within just 10 minutes, Dago, Gato, and Ohemeng had made several unsuccessful attempts at the opposing goal.

Getafe B Gains Control in Second Half

As the minutes passed, Getafe B began to take control of the game. However, their control of the ball did not translate into clear scoring opportunities. The only intervention by Lejárraga came in the 20th minute of the match, with a direct free kick from Carbonell, which was met with a great save by the Marbella FC goalkeeper.

Goalless Draw Leaves Playoff Wide Open

The match ended in a goalless draw, with both teams seeming content with the result. The result leaves everything open for the return leg, which will be played next Sunday at La Dama de Noche starting at 6:00 p.m.

Match Details

Getafe B: Vicent, Esnáider, Nico Conesa, Rafa Diz (John Patrick, min. 86), Santi, Claverías (Keita, min. 59), Aberdin, Jordi Martín, Carbonell (Jeremy, min. 59), Alex García and Calçada (Denia, min. 77). Marbella FC: Lejárraga, Jorge Álvarez (Fran Moreno, min. 78), Carrasco, Aitor Puñal, Marcos Olguín, Hugo Rodríguez, Gato (Juanma Acevedo, min. 75), Soto, Marco Tulio (Ale Hernández, min. 82), Ohemeng and Dago (Harper, min. 82). Referee: Mazo Maruri (Castilla y León). Yellow cards were given to Rafa Diz, Facu, Keita, Nico Conesa and Marcos Denia of Getafe B; and Marcos Olguín, Aitor Puñal, Marco Tulio and Ale Hernández of Marbella FC. The match was held at Getafe’s Sports City.

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