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San Pedro Ends Losing Streak with Stunning Comeback Against Alhaurino (2-1)!

March 22, 2024
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UD San Pedro Celebrates Home Victory Against Alhaurino

UD San Pedro is celebrating their home victory against Alhaurino. The team, led by Rafael Escobar, managed to turn the game around in the second half, overcoming the early lead secured by the opposing team. Goals from Óscar at the start of the second half and Sumaila in the 90th minute secured the win and the three points for San Pedro.

San Pedro’s Struggle for Victory

San Pedro entered the match in a difficult position, having gone three consecutive games without a win. With a category promotion at stake, the team needed to get back on the winning track. Despite a strong counterattack in the early minutes, the local team’s efforts were thwarted by the visiting team’s defense.

Alhaurino Takes the Lead

Just four minutes into the game, Alhaurino managed to take the lead with a long ball. A powerful shot from Jesús put them ahead, stirring up concerns for San Pedro who were struggling to find their footing. Despite attempts to reach the opposing area, San Pedro had little success.

San Pedro’s Comeback

The start of the second half saw a much-improved San Pedro. With a clear goal to attack the opposing goal from the restart, Óscar managed to equalize the score six minutes into the second half. From there, San Pedro grew in the game and began to pose a continuous threat to the opposing goal.

Sumaila Secures the Win

As the game neared its end, a good opening from Andrés to the left wing allowed Dani Lavela to send a good cross for Sumaila to score, securing the victory for the locals. Alhaurino had a chance to equalize with a great shot from outside the area, but it was expertly saved by Reina, ensuring the three points stayed in San Pedro.

Match Details

UD San Pedro: Reina, Lucas (Pablo Ortega, min. 46), Dani Lavela, Morilla, Caminos (Jesús Díaz, min. 46), Pepe, Adri Ruiz, Óscar (Alvarito, min. 75), Elías (Sumaila, min. 81), Carlos Martín (Andrés del Río, min. 46) and Houssam (Ontonellar, min. 65).

CD Alhaurino: Ávila, David Sánchez, Juan Plaza, Darío Ruiz (Robert, min, 66), Álex Guerrero, Miguel Ángel, Víctor Rueda, Dani Berguillo (Bermúdez, min. 33), Juan Carlos (Raúl Sánchez, min. 72), Jesús (Álex Ruiz, min. 76) and Guerrero (Plaza, min. 46 (Sergio Molina, min. 76)).

Referee: Miñán Molina.

Goals: 0-1, min. 6: Jesús. 1-1, min. 50: Óscar. 2-1, min. 90: Sumaila.

Field: Municipal Antonio Naranjo.

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