Barça dismast Torrelavega

The revelation team of the season, Bathco BM Torrelavega, They could barely put up any resistance against a Barça team that imposed its superiority from the beginning to take a comfortable victory for Cantabria (22-42). Carlos Ortega’s men, aware of his superiority, sometimes have a hard time getting into the game, but on this occasion from the first moment they seemed to want to end the game. Thus, after a first set of 3-3, in which the locals resisted, ten minutes into the game, Barça already had a three-goal lead on their scoreboard (3-7) that was extended until the end..

In addition to the quality and physical power of Barça, both in attack and defence, Bathco also ran into a great Nielsen in goal who, with his saves, avoided any chance of closing the gap and both teams went to the changing rooms with 11 -19 in the electronic.

At the start of the second half, Barça put in one more gear to bring the score to 14-26 and, although Álex Mozas called a timeout to try to cover the wound, Bathco also began to think about the two games of ” his league” that he will have to face this week against Cívitas Guadalajara and BM Logroño.

With everything settled, both coaches gave way to many rotations to admit practically all the available players and make the 2,500 people who filled the Vicente Trueba stands enjoy themselves, despite the final result for the locals (22-42).

– Technical sheet: 22 –


Bathco BM Torrelavega (11+11): Mijuskovic (Carlos Calle); Alonso Moreno (4.1p), Jorge Prieto (5), Marti Villoria, Dani Ramos (2), Borja Lombilla, Isi Martínez (2), Cangiani, Casanova (3), Oswaldo (3), Berrio (1), Popovic , Czaplinski (1), Jodar (1) and Colunga.

Barcelona (19+23): Gonzalo Perez de Vargas (Nielsen); Valera (3), Carlsbogard (1), Dika Mem (4.1p), Janc (4), N’Guessan (4), Aleix Gómez (2), Petrus, Marti Soler (3), Cindric (2), Artur Parera (2), Richardson (7, 3p), Fábregas (6), Frade (2) and Ian Barrufet (2).

Scoreboard every five minutes: 3-3, 4-7, 5-12, 6-14, 9-16, 11-19 -rest- 15-26, 16-31, 17-33, 18-36, 21-38 and 22-42 ( final).

Referees: Roberto Carlos Mendoza and Alberto Murillo. They excluded Berrio, Jorge Prieto and Cangiani from Bathco BM Torrelavega, and Dika Mem, Petrus and Frade, from Barcelona.

Basketball court: Vicente Trueba Pavilion before about 2,500 spectators

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