Sporting Gijón tops Real Zaragoza 1-0 with a goal scored by D. Queipo. HIGHLIGHTS

GIJóN. Sporting Gijón overcomes Real Zaragoza 1-0 after D. Queipo scored just 1 goal (3').

Sporting Gijón tops Real Zaragoza 1-0 with a goal scored by D. Queipo. HIGHLIGHTS

GIJóN. Sporting Gijón conquers Real Zaragoza 1-0 after D. Queipo scored just 1 goal (3′). Sporting Gijón was much better in terms of ball possession (67%) and that was among the factors of its victory.​

Also, Real Zaragoza had 2 players sent off: T. Alarcón (6′ for a red card) and Carlos Nieto (76′ for a double yellow card).

The match was played at the El Molinón stadium in Gijón on Sunday and it started at 4:15 pm local time. The referee was Mateo Busquets Ferrer who had the assistance of José Miguel Bordoy Homar and Víctor Jiménez Yustos. The 4th official was Yamen Malloulchi. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 8.7 degrees Celsius or 47.64 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 67%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 67 Ball Possession 33
Shots
  • 12 Total 9
  • 2 On Target 2
  • 10 Off Target 7
  • 4 Shots blocked 0
  • 135 Attack 70
  • 54 Dangerous attack 28
  • 81 Ball safe​ 92
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 5 Corners 4
Fouls
  • 11 Total 11
  • 2 Yellow Cards 5
  • 0 Double Yellow 1
  • 0 Red Card 2
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

Sporting Gijón was in firm control of the ball 67% while Real Zaragoza was struggling with a 33% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Sporting Gijón was putting more pressure with 54 dangerous attacks and 12 shots of which 2 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Sporting Gijón won the match​.

Sporting Gijón shot 12 times, 2 on target, 10 off target. On the opposite side, Real Zaragoza shot 9 times, 2 on target, 7 off target.

Cards

Sporting Gijón received 2 yellow cards (Víctor Campuzano and Cristo González). Talking about the opposition, Real Zaragoza received 4 yellow cards (Carlos Nieto, Valentín Vada, Jaume Grau and Jair Amador).

Also, Real Zaragoza didn’t end the match with 11 players after Carlos Nieto (Real Zaragoza) was sent off after receiving a second yellow card (76′).

T. Alarcón (Real Zaragoza) was sent off after receiving a straight red card in the (6′).

Match Timeline

Daniel Queipo Menéndez(goal)
3'
6'
Tomás Alarcón- Red
12'
Jaume Grau- sub ->Miguel Puche
17'
Carlos Nieto- Yellow
Víctor Campuzano- Yellow
34'
Víctor Campuzano(var)
44'
Pablo Insua(var)
45'
46'
Giuliano Simeone- sub ->Ivan Azón
56'
Valentín Vada- Yellow
58'
Jaume Grau- Yellow
Cristo González- sub ->Víctor Campuzano
62'
69'
Alberto Zapater- sub ->Dani Queipo
69'
Manu Molina- sub ->Valentín Vada
Jordan Carrillo Rodríguez- sub ->Dani Queipo
74'
Uroš Đurđević- sub ->Aitor García
74'
76'
Carlos Nieto(yellowred)
81'
Gabriel Fuentes- sub ->Víctor Mollejo
84'
Pol Valentín- sub ->Jordi Pola
84'
Cristo González- Yellow
90'
90'
Jair Amador- Yellow

Standings

After this encounter, Sporting Gijón will have 31 points like Huesca, Villarreal II and Real Oviedo to remain in the 11th place. Talking about the opposition, Real Zaragoza will stay with 29 points to remain in the 17th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the La Liga 2, Sporting Gijón will host Málaga on the 29th of January with a 11-6 head to head statistic in favor of Málaga (8 draws).

Real Zaragoza will host Ponferradina on the 30th of January with a 6-2 head to head statistic in favor of Real Zaragoza (5 draws).

Sporting Gijón – Formation

Sporting Gijón
G
Pichu Cuéllar 1.Spain
7.1
D
Carlos Izquierdoz 24.Argentina
7.1
D
Pablo Insua 4.Spain
7.4
D
7.4
84'
M
Guille Rosas 2.Spain
7.1
M
7.7
M
Pedro Díaz 8.Spain
8.4
M
Christian Rivera 17.Spain
6.6
84'
F
Aitor García 7.Spain
6.8
74'
F
6.4
62' 34'
F
7.8
74' Goals3'
Substitutes
G
Diego Mariño 13.Spain
D
Pol Valentín 22.Spain
84'
M
I. Martín 33.Spain
M
Jony 9.Spain
M
J. Varane 37.France
84'
M
6.1
74'
M
D. Cáceres 38.Spain
F
Uroš Milovanović 21.Serbia
F
Uroš Đurđević 23.Serbia
6.4
74'
F
Cristo González 12.Spain
6.6
62' 90'

Sporting Gijón started with an extremely aggressive line-up (3-4-3).

The manager Miguel Ángel Ramírez decided to play with the following team: Iván Cuéllar (7.1), Jordi Pola (7.4), Carlos Izquierdoz (7.1), Pablo Insua (7.4), Guille Rosas (7.1), Cristian Rivera (6.6), Pedro Díaz (8.4), Diego Sanchez (7.7), Aitor García (6.8), Víctor Campuzano (6.4) and Dani Queipo (7.8).

The home team had on the bench: Jonathan Varane, Uroš Milovanović, Uroš Đurđević (6.4), Jordan Carillo Rodriguez (6.1), Cristo González (6.6), Pol Valentín, Diego Mariño, Damián, Ignacio Martín and Jony.

Substitutions

Sporting Gijón made 6 changes: Víctor Campuzano for Cristo González (62′), Dani Queipo for Alberto Zapater (69′), Dani Queipo for J. Carrillo (74′), Aitor García for Uros Djurdjevic (74′), Christian Rivera for J. Varane (84′) and Jordi Pola for Pol Valentín (84′).

Best player: Pedro Díaz​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Sporting Gijón was Pedro Díaz even if he didn’t score the decisive goal.

His rating is (8.4) with 84 passes (91% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 7. He performed 4 crosses.

Real Zaragoza – Formation

Real Zaragoza
G
Cristian Álvarez 1.Argentina
6.2
D
Jair Amador 3.Portugal
6.4
90'
D
Carlos Nieto 17.Spain
7.4
76'
D
6.8
D
6.6
M
Valentín Vada 11.Argentina
6.1
69' 56'
M
Tomás Alarcón 16.Chile
6'
M
Francho Gracia 14.Spain
6.6
M
Miguel Puche 7.Spain
6.4
12'
F
Víctor Mollejo 28.Spain
6.2
81'
F
Ivan Azón 9.Spain
6.6
46'
Substitutes
G
Álvaro Ratón 13.Spain
D
Carlos Vigaray 22.Spain
D
Gabriel Fuentes 2.Colombia
6.6
81'
D
Lluís López 24.Spain
M
Manu Molina 23.Spain
6.2
69'
M
Jaume Grau 5.Spain
7.0
12' 58'
M
M
Alberto Zapater 21.Spain
7.0
F
Giuliano Simeone 20.Italy
6.6
46'
F
Makhtar Gueye 19.Senegal

Real Zaragoza started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

Francisco Escriba Segura played with: Cristian Álvarez (6.2), Gaizka Larrazabal (6.6), Alejandro Francés (6.8), Jair Amador (6.4), Carlos Nieto (7.4), Miguel Puche (6.4), Francho Serrano (6.6), Tomás Alarcón, Valentín Vada (6.1), Ivan Azón Monzón (6.6) and Víctor Mollejo (6.2).

The following players were sitting on the bench: Manu Molina (6.2), Marcos Luna, Jaume Grau (7.0), Eugeni Valderrama, Giuliano Simeone (6.6), Álvaro Ratón, Carlos Vigaray, Gabriel Fuentes (6.6), Lluís López, Alberto Zapater (7.0) and Makhtar Gueye.

Substitutions

Real Zaragoza made 4 changes: Miguel Puche for Jaume Grau (12′), Ivan Azón for Giuliano Simeone (46′), Valentín Vada for Manu Molina (69′) and Víctor Mollejo for G. Fuentes (81′).

Best player: Carlos Nieto​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Real Zaragoza was Carlos Nieto.

His rating is (7.4) with 18 passes (50% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 5 duels out of 9. He performed 4 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the La Liga 2.​