Villarreal II prevails over Lugo 2-1. HIGHLIGHTS

LUGO. Villarreal II beat Lugo to win 2-1.

Villarreal II prevails over Lugo 2-1. HIGHLIGHTS

LUGO. Villarreal II beat Lugo to win 2-1. All goals were scored in the second half.​ It was Villarreal II to strike first with a penalty of Álex Millán at the 54′. Then it was a goal in the 66′ minute to make things even for 1-1. Eventually, Óscar Whalley gave the win to Villarreal II in the 67′ minute with an own goal. Villarreal II was unquestionably better in terms of ball possession (63%) and that was among the factors of its victory.​

Alberto Rodríguez received a red card (52′)​. This double yellow card was one of the reason why Lugo lost the match.

Sergio Lozano missed a penalty (50′) for Villarreal II.​

The match was played at the Estadio Anxo Carro stadium in Lugo on Sunday and it started at 9:00 pm local time. The referee was Álvaro Moreno Aragón assisted by Rodrigo Blázquez Sánchez and Miguel Ortuño Sierra. The 4th official was Manuel García Gómez. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was freezing at -0.9 degrees Celsius or 30.47 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 100%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 37 Ball Possession 63
Shots
  • 9 Total 20
  • 5 On Target 9
  • 4 Off Target 11
  • 0 Shots blocked 3
  • 104 Attack 98
  • 29 Dangerous attack 43
  • 81 Ball safe​ 85
  • 0 Penalties 2
  • 1 Corners 9
Fouls
  • 19 Total 7
  • 5 Yellow Cards 2
  • 1 Double Yellow 0
  • 1 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

Villarreal II had a superior ball possession 63% while Lugo was struggling with a 37% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Villarreal II was more aggressive with 43 dangerous attacks and 20 shots of which 9 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Villarreal II won the contest.​

Lugo shot 9 times, 5 on target, 4 off target. Regarding the opposition, Villarreal II shot 20 times, 9 on target, 11 off target.

Cards

Lugo received 4 yellow cards (Ángel Baena, Alberto Rodríguez, Josep Señé and Pablo Clavería). On the opposite side, Villarreal II received 2 yellow cards (Álex Millán and Hugo Pérez).

Alberto Rodríguez (Lugo) was sent off after receiving a second yellow card (52′).

Match Timeline

Ángel Baena- Yellow
8'
39'
Álex Millán- Yellow
Alberto Rodriguez Martin- Yellow
47'
48'
Carlos Romero(var)
50'
Sergio Lozano- missed penaltySergio Lozano
Alberto Rodriguez Martin(yellowred)
52'
54'
Álex Millán(penalty)
64'
Álex Forés Mendoza- sub ->Álex Millán
64'
Dani Esmorís- sub ->Antonio Pacheco
Manu Barreiro- sub ->Sebas Moyano
65'
Jaume Cuellar Mendoza- sub ->Ángel Baena
65'
Jaume Cuellar Mendoza(goal)
66'
Óscar Whalley(own-goal)Carlo García
67'
Josep Señé- Yellow
79'
Pablo Claveria- Yellow
82'
Idrissa Thiam- sub ->Pablo Clavería
83'
Hacen- sub ->Pablo Clavería
84'
84'
Nikita Iosifov- sub ->Haissem Hassan
90'
Abraham Del Moral Rando- sub ->Carlos Romero
90'
Tiago José Geralnik- sub ->Sergio Lozano

Standings

After this contest, Lugo will stay with 21 points like Málaga to remain in the 21st place. Talking about the opposition, Villarreal II will have 31 points like Sporting Gijón, Huesca and Real Oviedo to sit in the 13th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the La Liga 2, Lugo will play away against Albacete on the 29th of January with a 6-5 head to head stats in favor of Lugo (3 draws).

Villarreal II will host Granada on the 5th of February with a 2-1 head to head in favor of Granada (0 draws).

Lugo – Formation

Lugo
G
Óscar Whalley 13.Spain
7.2
D
Alex Perez 24.Spain
6.3
D
Miguel Loureiro 15.Spain
6.2
D
José Ricardo 12.Brazil
6.4
D
6.6
52'
M
Josep Señé 8.Spain
6.1
79'
M
Pablo Claveria 4.Spain
7.1
84' 82'
M
Marc Carbó 22.Spain
6.8
55'
F
Sebas Moyano 7.Spain
6.4
65'
F
Chris Ramos 16.Spain
7.0
F
Ángel Baena 11.Spain
6.7
65' 8'
Substitutes
G
D
Neyder Lozano 17.Colombia
D
Bruno Pires 20.Brazil
D
Jordi Calavera 23.Spain
M
D. Vidal 28.Spain
M
7.1
65' Goals66'
M
Hacen 18.Mauritania
84'
F
Manu Barreiro 9.Spain
6.8
65'
F
Idrissa Thiam 32.Mauritania
83'

Lugo started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

The manager Francisco Rodríguez Justo decided to play with the following team: Óscar Whalley (7.2), Miguel Loureiro (6.2), Álex Pérez (6.3), Alberto Rodríguez (6.6), Jose Ricardo (6.4), Marc Carbo (6.8), Pablo Clavería (7.1), Josep Señé (6.1), Ángel Baena (6.7), Chris Ramos (7.0) and Sebas Moyano (6.4).

The home team had on the bench: Neyder Lozano, Dani Vidal, Castrín (6.6), Manu Barreiro (6.8), Bruno Pirri, Jaume Cuéllar (7.1), Patrick Sequeira, Jordi Calavera, Idrissa Thiam and El Hacen.

Substitutions

Lugo made 5 changes: Marc Carbó for Andrés Castrín (55′), Sebas Moyano for Manu Barreiro (65′), Ángel Baena for J. Cuéllar (65′), Pablo Clavería for I. Thiam (83′) and Pablo Clavería for Moctar El Hacen (84′).

Best player: Óscar Whalley​

The player that probably impressed the most for Lugo was the goalkeeper: Óscar Whalley. His rating is 7.20. He performed 4 saves.

Villarreal II – Formation

Villarreal II
G
Iker Álvarez 13.Andorra
6.8
D
Pablo Íñiguez 19.Spain
6.4
D
Sergio Carreira 5.Spain
6.8
D
Carlos Romero 18.Spain
6.7
90'
M
Sergio Lozano 21.Spain
7.2
90'
M
Carlo Adriano 8.Spain
7.1
M
Ramón Terrats 16.Spain
7.2
M
Haissem Hassan 14.France
6.9
84'
F
Antonio Ruiz 20.Spain
6.6
64'
F
Álex Millán 9.Spain
7.3
64' 39' Goals54'
Substitutes
G
Gianni 25.Spain
D
A. Del 27.Spain
90'
D
Migue Leal 2.Spain
D
Dani Esmorís 3.Spain
6.3
64'
M
L. Torres Nazareno 24.Ecuador
M
Tiago José Geralnik 22.Argentina
90'
F
Á. Forés 17.Spain
6.4
64'
F
Nikita Iosifov 15.Russia
6.5
84'

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

Miguel Álvarez Jurado played with: Iker Álvarez (6.8), Sergio Carreira (6.8), Hugo Pérez (6.1), Pablo Íñiguez (6.4), Carlos Romero (6.7), Haissem Hassan (6.9), Ramón Terrats (7.2), Carlo Adriano García (7.1), Sergio Lozano (7.2), Antonio Pacheco (6.6) and Álex Millán (7.3).

These were the players on the bench: Liberman Torres, Abraham Rando, Álex Forés (6.4), Nikita Iosifov (6.5), Tiago Geralnik, Miguel Angel Leal, Dani Tasende (6.3) and Gianni Cassaro.

Villarreal II could not rely on the presence of T. Geralnik (injured).

Substitutions

Villarreal II made 5 changes: Álex Millán for Alex Forés (64′), Antonio Pacheco for Dani Tasende (64′), Haissem Hassan for N. Iosifov (84′), Carlos Romero for Abraham del Moral (90′) and Sergio Lozano for T. Geralnik (90′).

Best player: Álex Millán​

The most impressive player for Villarreal II was Álex Millán.

His rating is (7.3) with 1 goal, 15 passes (80% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 7.

Results of the day

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