Almería de Rubi is improving and not only because of the records they are breaking. Besides being the best team in the history of the Second Division since the three points for victory were implanted (No one had ever catapulted to 40 units before after 17 days) and from being the first Almería to achieve seven consecutive wins, the Indálico team has also learned to overcome difficulties and come back the initial point how heavy the slab has been so far. Against Valladolid, Rubi’s men got their first comeback, a Valladolid that already knows what it’s about.
The Almeria team began losing their last game due to César de la Hoz’s own goal in minute 8, but he knew how to rebuild and turn it around in the second half with goals from Largie Ramazani, Sergio Akieme and Francisco Portillo, all of them, curiously, entering from the bench.
It was the first time that the UDA had started losing a match at the Mediterranean Games Stadium this season.. Yes, he did it as a foreigner, where he has not yet been able to overcome. The first time in the season that Almería lost was on the third date against Amorebieta, when Koldo made it 2-1 in the 86th minute and left the victory at home. At the next exit, in Ponferrada, Paris Adot overtook Bolo’s men and Almería was unable to draw, as happened on matchday 10, in Éibar, after Stoichkov’s goal at 39 ‘. Only on those three occasions have Rubi’s team trailed behind on the scoreboard, in addition to last Saturday, when they did manage to come back.
Precisely against Valladolid, Almería achieved one of the comebacks that its fans guard with more affection. Was May 2007 and Almería received a Pucela already promoted. Víctor and Sisi overtook those of Mendilibar, but the UDA achieved one of those victories that make fans, in addition to taking a giant step towards promotion. Soriano cut distances before the break and Uche and Iñaki Bea, own goal, made the final 3-2.
The script was similar in February 2009, with both teams already in the top flight. That day, also with Mendilibar in front, but with Hugo Sánchez, on the local Mediterranean bench, Pedro León and Goitom brought victory closer to Valladolid. After the hour of the game Crusat scored for Almería, just before Bruno Saltor saw the direct red. In the final line Uche tied and Negredo finished the comeback, leaving the Nigerian himself to the street in between, although, the visitors did not finish with eleven when Nano Mesa saw the second yellow, already with 3-2 in the electronic.
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