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Celta wrap up the pre-season with a win over Compostela

Celta wrap up the pre-season with a win over Compostela

Celta de Vigo ended their pre-season this Tuesday by beating SD Compostela (0-3), in a game in which Rafa Benítez made reservations for Iván Villar and Óscar Mingueza and gave up Gabri Veiga just half an hour before his likely departure .

The U21 international’s future looks a long way from Balaídos. Naples has already made him an offer, but for the time being it is not enough for the heavenly leaders. The midfielder has already agreed to join the Italian champions so his departure seems a matter of time.

In the last friendly of the pre-season before the start of LaLiga against Atlético Osasuna, Benítez’s side compos offered a game completely different from the previous ones. Celta had to bear the burden of the game against a Second Federation rival who retreated into their own half.

The tactics of defending with closed lines and counterattacking, which had given the Skyblues such good results against Olympique de Lyon and Wolfsburg, did not work at Compostela Iago Aspas struck after half an hour of play after a defensive deficit the centre-back used by the Spain international to score his first goal of pre-season.

Santiago residents weren’t worried about Celta, who had come close to scoring before the 1-0 draw with a shot from Portugal’s Gonçalo Paciencia, which was met by veteran Pato Guillén. In the final section, after a good drop from Patience itself, Aspas nearly signed his brace but his shot ended up in the hands of the Uruguayan goalkeeper.

Benítez changed benches at half-time and his team quickly sealed the deal with goals from Larsen after another gift from the Santiago defense and Luca de la Torre, an action which was heavily protested by the Compos players because the center was produced by Miguel Rodríguez from outside the field.

With half an hour to go, just before Manel Menéndez made a massive rotation in his team, Benítez brought on Gabri Veiga. However, it was Larsen who made Pato Guillén shine after a spectacular shot. EFE

– Data sheet:

SD Compostela: Duck Guillen; Pep Caballé, Kike Álvaro Casas, Martín; Pablo Antas, Fer Beltran; Xoel, Hugo Matos, Juampa; Manuel Barrio. Riki Mangana, David Soto, Pablo Crespo, Sálamo, Landeira, Jordan, Dani Varela and Parapar also played.

Celta Vigo: Cola Carrillo; Kevin Vázquez, Aidoo, Fontán, Manu Sanchez; Carles Pérez, Dotor, Tapia, Bamba; blades and patience. Cervi, Carlos Domínguez, Unai Núñez, Hugo Sotelo, Beltrán, Luca de la Torre, Miguel Rodríguez and Gabri Veiga also played.

Goals: 0-1 M.31 Jago Aspas. 0-2 M.48 Larsen. 0-3 M.56 De la Torre. Jago Aspas, Min.31; 0-2 Larsen, 48 minutes; 0-3 Luca de la Torre, 56th minute

referee: Muñiz Ruiz (Galician Committee).

incidents: Meeting as part of the VII Antonio Bermúdez Memorial at the Verónica Boquete-San Lázaro Stadium in Santiago in front of around 5,000 spectators.

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