Huesca and Real Oviedo draw 1-1 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

HUESCA. Real Oviedo and Huesca draw 1-1. K. Koindredi scored the first goal (39') for Real Oviedo. J. Pulido settled the score (42').

Huesca and Real Oviedo draw 1-1 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

HUESCA. Real Oviedo and Huesca draw 1-1. K. Koindredi scored the first goal (39′) for Real Oviedo. J. Pulido settled the score (42′). Huesca was surely superior in terms of ball possession (63%)​

The match was played at the Estadio El Alcoraz stadium in Huesca on Sunday and it started at 6:30 pm local time. The referee was Aitor Gorostegui Fernández Ortega with the support of Javier Merino Sánchez and Ion Rodríguez Portela. The 4th official was Gonzalo Romero Freixas. The weather was clear. The temperature was quite cold at 2.4 degrees Celsius or 36.28 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 32%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 63 Ball Possession 37
Shots
  • 16 Total 7
  • 5 On Target 2
  • 11 Off Target 5
  • 3 Shots blocked 2
  • 104 Attack 107
  • 54 Dangerous attack 53
  • 91 Ball safe​ 67
  • 0 Penalties 1
  • 3 Corners 5
Fouls
  • 12 Total 10
  • 4 Yellow Cards 3
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 1
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 6

Ball possession

Huesca had a superior ball possession 63% while Real Oviedo was struggling with a 37% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Huesca was putting more pressure with 54 dangerous attacks and 16 shots of which 5 were on target. However, that was not enough Huesca to win the match​.

Huesca shot 16 times, 5 on target, 11 off target. Talking about the opposition, Real Oviedo shot 7 times, 2 on target, 5 off target.

Cards

Huesca received 4 yellow cards (Joaquín Muñoz, Jorge Pulido, Gerard Valentín and Óscar Sielva). On the other side, Real Oviedo received 3 yellow cards (Rodri Tarín, Jimmy Suárez and Marco Sangalli).

Also, Real Oviedo didn’t end the match with 11 players after Luismi Sánchez (Real Oviedo) was sent off after receiving a straight red card in the (57′).

Match Timeline

Joaquín Muñoz- Yellow
38'
Jorge Pulido- Yellow
38'
39'
Koba Koindredi(penalty)
41'
Rodri Tarín- Yellow
Jorge Pulido(goal)A. Rațiu
42'
45'
Jimmy Suárez- Yellow
57'
Luismi Sánchez- Red
57'
Luismi Sánchez(var)
58'
Miguel Prendes Pérez- sub ->K. Koindredi
Óscar Sielva- sub ->Kento Hashimoto
74'
Ignasi Vilarrasa- sub ->Florian Miguel
74'
Juan Villar- sub ->José Ángel Carrillo
74'
75'
Gerard Valentín(var)
75'
Gerard Valentín- Yellow
77'
81'
Juanfran- sub ->S. Obeng
81'
Leonardo Sequeira- sub ->Marco Sangalli
Dani Escriche- sub ->Joaquín Muñoz
87'
Serge Njoh Soko- sub ->Gerard Valentín
87'
90'
Carlos Pomares Rayo- sub ->Viti Rozada
90'
Montoro- sub ->Jimmy Suárez
Óscar Sielva- Yellow
90'

Standings

After this encounter, Huesca will have 31 points like Sporting Gijón, Villarreal II and Real Oviedo to remain in the 12th place. Talking about the opposition, Real Oviedo will have 31 points like Sporting Gijón, Huesca and Villarreal II to hold in the 14th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the La Liga 2, Huesca will play away with Sporting Gijón on the 12th of February with a 3-2 head to head statistic in favor of Huesca (4 draws).

Real Oviedo will host Villarreal II on the 28th of January with a 1-0 head to head stats in favor of Villarreal II (0 draws).

Huesca – Formation

Huesca
G
6.2
D
Jorge Pulido 14.Spain
7.2
38' Goals42'
D
Florian Miguel 3.France
7.1
74'
D
Andrei Ratiu 2.Romania
7.1
D
Jérémy Blasco 15.France
6.6
M
6.2
87' 77'
M
Kento Hashimoto 5.Japan
6.4
74'
M
7.5
M
Joaquín Muñoz 11.Spain
6.2
87' 38'
F
Juan Carlos 22.Spain
6.8
F
6.8
74'
Substitutes
G
Juan Pérez 13.Spain
D
Rubén Pulido 24.Spain
D
7.0
74'
M
Óscar Sielva 23.Spain
6.8
74' 90'
M
Timor 4.Spain
M
M
M. Rico 27.Spain
F
Dani Escriche 10.Spain
87'
F
Juan Villar 9.Spain
6.2
74'
F
Aboubakary Kante 19.Gambia
F
Serge Njoh Soko 8.Cameroon
87'
F
Enzo Lombardo 17.France

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

The manager José Ángel Ziganda Lacunza decided to play with the following team: Andrés Fernández (6.2), Andrei Rațiu (7.1), Jérémy Blasco (6.6), Jorge Pulido (7.2), Florian Miguel (7.1), Gerard Valentín (6.2), Cristian Salvador (7.5), Kento Hashimoto (6.4), Joaquín Muñoz (6.2), José Ángel Carrillo (6.8) and Juan Carlos (6.8).

The home team had on the bench: Dani Escriche, Juan Villar (6.2), Rubén Pulido, Ignasi Vilarrasa (7.0), Aboubakary Kanté, Oscar Sielva (6.8), David Timor, Juan Pérez, Patrick Soko, Pablo Tomeo, Enzo Lombardo and Manu Rico.

Substitutions

Huesca made 5 changes: Kento Hashimoto for Óscar Sielva (74′), Florian Miguel for Ignasi Vilarrasa (74′), José Ángel Carrillo for Juan Villar (74′), Joaquín Muñoz for Dani Escriche (87′) and Gerard Valentín for Patrick Soko (87′).

Best player: Cristian Salvador​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Huesca was Cristian Salvador.

His rating is (7.5) with 68 passes (89% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 7.

Real Oviedo – Formation

Real Oviedo
G
Quentin Braat 1.France
6.8
D
Rodri Tarín 3.Spain
6.6
41'
D
Lucas Ahijado 24.Spain
6.4
D
Dani Calvo 12.Spain
6.2
D
Abel Bretones 28.Spain
7.4
M
Luismi Sánchez 5.Spain
6.4
57'
M
Viti Rozada 7.Spain
7.1
90'
M
Jimmy Suárez 14.Spain
6.7
90' 45'
M
Marco Sangalli 8.Spain
6.5
81' 75'
F
Koba Koindredi 18.France
7.0
58' Goals39'
F
Samuel Obeng 16.Ghana
6.8
81'
Substitutes
G
Tomeu Nadal 13.Spain
D
Oier Luengo 15.Spain
D
Juanfran 22.Spain
81'
D
90'
M
7.0
58'
M
Montoro 19.Spain
90'
M
Marcelo Flores 11.Mexico
F
Leonardo Sequeira 17.Argentina
81'
F
Sergi Enrich 23.Spain

Real Oviedo started with a 4-4-1-1 line-up (4-4-1-1).

Álvaro Cervera Díaz played with: Quentin Braat (6.8), Lucas Ahijado (6.4), Rodri Tarín (6.6), Dani Calvo (6.2), Abel Bretones (7.4), Viti Rozada (7.1), Jimmy Suárez (6.7), Luismi (6.4), Marco Sangalli (6.5), Koba Koindredi (7.0) and Samuel Obeng (6.8).

They had on the bench: Oier Luengo Redondo, Juanfran, Mangel (7.0), Ángel Montoro, Leonardo Sequeira, Sergi Enrich, Marcelo Flores, Carlos Pomares Rayo and Tomeu Nadal.

Substitutions

Real Oviedo made 5 changes: K. Koindredi for Mangel Prendes (58′), S. Obeng for Juanfran Moreno (81′), Marco Sangalli for Leonardo Sequeira (81′), Viti Rozada for Carlos Pomares (90′) and Jimmy Suárez for Ángel Montoro (90′).

Best player: Abel Bretones​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Real Oviedo was Abel Bretones.

His rating is (7.4) with 22 passes (54% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 8 duels out of 11. He performed 1 cross. He hit the woodwork once times.

Results of the day

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