Ryan keeps leading the Real

There is no one who can with the Real. The leader is unassailable in all settings and in all circumstances. This time he won at Balaídos thanks to the stellar performance of the usual substitute goalkeeper. Imanol rotated even in goal and Mathew Ryan thanked him with countless impossible saves. The first of the Australian’s collection came after five minutes, when he deflected a shot from Denis Suárez point-blank. It was the second time for a Celta who came out in a whirlwind and had already warned two minutes later with a dizzying counter that Nolito finished without success.

Real Sociedad immediately answered with three shots in just five minutes. Zaldua and Januzaj found no goal, while Isak forced Dituro to work. Ryan’s show began on the edge of the break with a double stop that left the audience with their mouths open. The Australian cleared a volley from Denis and Mina finished off the rebound at the first touch, a few meters from the goal line, but the realistic goalkeeper got up very quickly to avoid the sung goal.

Celta came out at the restart with the same offensive spirit. Brais had the first, but Ryan closed the door on him. It was Real who struck on their first occasion of the second half. Isak launched the counterattack and finished it himself to pleasure when taking advantage of the rejection of Dituro after the shot of Portu. Melero annulled it in the first instance, but the VAR corrected the error for San Sebastian joy.

Only three minutes later Celta was able to tie. He couldn’t because Ryan outplayed himself with another double stop, this one even more incredible if possible. First he won the game against Aspas in hand-to-hand and then he reacted with agility to sour Santi Mina’s afternoon again. Two saving hands that unhinged Celta. Two miraculous hands that keep the leader at the top.

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The people of Vigo did not give up, they kept hitting the wall. They even found a loophole, but the takedown was illegal. Brais scored offside, the blow that the olívicos lacked to bring down the knee. As if that weren’t enough, heReal sentenced with a carabol goalto. Merino finished off a corner and the ball went to the net after hitting Elustondo’s back. The luck of the leader.

Changes

Zubeldia (64 ‘, Januzaj), Syrloth (64 ‘, Portu), Beñat Turrientes (64 ‘, David Silva), Renato Tapia (67 ‘, Nolito), Franco Cervi (67 ‘, Fran Beltrán), Julen Lobete (77 ‘, Isak), Thiago Galhardo (77 ‘, Hugo Mallo), Augusto Solari (77 ‘, Denis Suárez), Diego Rico (83 ‘, Aihen Muñoz), Nestor Araújo (87 ‘, Joseph Aidoo)

Goals

0-1, 53 ‘: Isak, 0-2, 78 ‘: Elustondo

Cards

Referee: Mario Melero López
VAR Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
Fran Beltran (44 ‘, Yellow

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