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Victoria snatched a gold point from Real España at the Morazán Stadium

Victoria snatched a gold point from Real España at the Morazán Stadium

San Pedro Sula.- Victoria rescued tonight a game that they were losing at the General Francisco Morazán stadium by drawing deservedly 1-1 against a Real Spain who arrived as a favorite, but who were unable to win the duel that allowed them to be third in the National League.
The royalty took the lead with a goal from Mexican Omar Rosas (47), but Colombian Andrés Renteria tied at minute 60.

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Without a doubt, the great figure of the night was the Colombian goalkeeper of the Ceiba team Williams Robledo who avoided at least six possible goals, although it must be recognized that his defense was also at the height of being led by José David Velásquez in a fact that makes them add their first point away from home against one of the greats of national football.
In the first half, Victoria knew how to manage the times and limited the aurinegro attack a lot and even had some clear chances to score that Luis “Buba” López avoided, taking the game to halftime scoreless.
In the complementary game with the entry of Darixon Vuelta, Real España was better, a triangulation of his with Alejandro Reyes and the Mexican Rosas ended in the first goal of the game, in a beautiful play made by the aurinegros.
Victoria did not back down, she did not feel less, nor did she get nervous as in other games, they were convinced that they would take something from the big city and they did it in a great play by Marlon Flores that Colombian Renteria defined well for the well-deserved 1- one
In the last 30 minutes, Real Spain with the changes went on the attack, but neither could with the well-ordered rear and because the goalkeeper Robledo stood as the greats in his best game with the “jaibos” in the National League.

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DATA SHEET:
REAL ESPAÑA (1):
Luis López, Wysdom Quaye, Franco Flores (Maikel García) (83), Getsel Montes, Jayson Mejía, (Darixon Vuelta) (46) Kevin Álvarez (Yesith Martínez) (61), Alejandro Reyes (Alejandro Reyes) (61), Mayron Flores, Miguel Carrasco, Omar Rosas (Ramiro Rocca) (71) and Carlos Bernárdez.
GOALS: Omar Rosas (47)
WARNED: Jayson Mejía and Mayron Flores
VICTORIA (1): Williams Robledo, Miguel Flores, José Velásquez, Kenneth Hernández, Carlos Matute (Maynor Colón) (78), Edu Martínez, Marcelo Canales (Kenny Bodeen) (78), Damín Ramírez, Pedro Hernández (Josimar Maradiaga) (36), Josué Cárcamo (Oscar Suazo) (73) and Andrés Renteria.
GOALS: Andrés Renteria (60)
WARNED: Edu Martínez, Pedro Hernández, Josimar Maradiaga, José Velásquez and Carlos Matute.
DRIVEN OUT: None
REFEREE: Marvin ortiz
STADIUM: General Francisco Morazán, SPS

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