Cádiz recovered in Vila-real

The draw in extremis at Villarreal’s home did a lot of damage to a Cádiz that already caressed the three points. Danjuma, in the 94th minute, snatched away from the yellow team the chance of getting a victory that would have allowed them to escape from the relegation places. Although some before the game would sign the tie against a rival like Villarreal, the way it happened was a blow to the Cervera players. However, you have to stay with the good thing about the tie and that is there were many positive aspects that make us look to the future with optimism.

See door again

The last three games before Vila-real had a common denominator: the lack of a goal. Cádiz did not score against Valencia, Espanyol and Alavés. In La Cerámica the losing streak of the yellow team ended, which saw the door on up to three occasions. In the previous ten days, only seven goals had been scored. Also, in the match against Villarreal they got the most shots on goal of the season, with four; equaling the record of the match against Alavés.

The Choco Lozano guide

Vila-real’s three goals were from an inspired Choco Lozano, who went down in history as the first yellow player to score a hat-trick as a visitor in the First Division. The Honduran got everything … or almost everything. He had a great opportunity to make the fourth of his own, but Asenjo was attentive. Cádiz must hold on to the good moment of its battering ram to aspire to get out of the lower positions of the table. Right now he is, with four, the team’s top scorer. The match against Mallorca will be another great test.

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Alex leads

Álex returned to ownership after two games starting on the bench and it was fundamental. The midfielder assisted Lozano’s first goal, with a perfect measured center. Throughout the meeting he was very participatory, appearing both in the center and in the bands where he sought associations. It is because of that Cervera ‘rewarded’ him with 90 minutes, something that had not happened since August 29 against Osasuna.

The 4-1-4-1, the taste of Cervera

The 4-1-4-1 that looked like it would be an eventual system has finally come to stay. This scheme gives the team more power in the center of the field, adding one more midfielder to accompany the fixed double pivot. Yes against Espanyol, the coach already came out happy because of the difficulties in which he put the Catalans at timesAgainst Villarreal it was the definitive test to show that you can alternate with your usual 4-4-2 or 4-2-3-1. Fali has taken over the position of defensive midfielder when Cervera puts the 4-1-4-1 and helps both the back-row pair, as it launches the team to attack. Against Villarreal, the Valencian rounded off a good performance with the assistance of Lozano’s second goal, in a free kick thrown in the front.

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