Valencia has had plenty of time to enjoy your last victory League against Madrid. But on Sunday he returns to the harsh reality in Vitoria, that which says that the whole che He has only won one league game in all of 2020 away from home. A little over a month to close the year, the Mestalla entity has been a calamity far from its stadium.
Valencia has reaped 13 defeats away from Mestalla, three draws and only two victories, in the Cup in the fiefdom of Logroñés and in the Temple of Real in the regularity competition this season. The rest were disappointments. This campaign, except for the mirage in the leader’s house, he lost to Celta, Villarreal and Elche.
The script was similar last season after falling at the home of Mallorca, Granada, Getafe, Atalanta, Real, Alavés, Madrid, Eibar, Villarreal, Leganés and Sevilla. Valencia has a subject away from home and this Sunday you can make up those numbers in Mendizorroza.
Curiously, Gracia’s team returns to Vitoria, where they played the last league game before the break due to the pandemic. In Mendizorroza, with COVID-19 already on everyone’s lips, curious scenes were experienced. At the Alavés stadium, the first protocols were followed. The clash was played behind closed doors and players no longer shook hands in greeting initial, although in the dressing room tunnel the players did hug and greet each other effusively