For the second time this season, ‘Champions teams’ returned to action during the week in the First RFEF Futsal to manage the energies for the Elite Round (December 1 to 5) of the maximum continental competition. Therefore, the I raised kicked off matchday 9 of the League (this Wednesday it will be Barça’s turn against Fútbol Emotion Zaragoza) with his visit to the Murcia Sports Palace, from where he left with a painful defeat (4-3) at the hands of ElPozo.

The first half was vibrant from start to finish, with constant alternatives. ElPozo struck first in minute 6, with a direct free kick transformed by Gadeia after a threat from Taynan, but the joy did not last long. Despite taking the dominance and the occasions in those first bars, Giustozzi’s men went from joy to sorrow in a single minute. Leo Santana had the 2-0 in his boots, but the post avoided it and in the next action it was Hamza Maimon who put the ball into the squad after a robbery by Marc Tolrà. It was the best section of the granota team in the first act, since it turned the scoreboard in a sigh thanks to a Pablo García who beat Felipe Valerio’s back on a long ball to score. However, when El Pozo was having the worst time, weighed down by the fifth foul six minutes before the break, Marcel made the tie again.

The second half kept the tonic of frenetic rhythm. However, the roles were reversed, with the Pick up who came out of the locker room more plugged. Tolrà had two clear chances to overtake the granotas again, but Juanjo was impeccable under the sticks. Finally, ElPozo redeemed himself from the defeat suffered last weekend against Barça by recovering the punch that he missed that day. In the 33rd minute a shot by Gadeia ended with Fede’s own goal due to a bad clearance, while in the 35th minute came the sentence through Taynan. In the last five minutes, on the verge of committing the sixth foul and with a goalkeeper-player from Levante, the Murcian team knew how to suffer to tie the three points and rise to the fourth place in the table, making Roger’s 4-3 useless 23 seconds from the end. The defeat leaves the Valencians affected, who are increasingly moving away from the playoff positions.

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