A year and a half later, Granada and its fans met again, and they did it in the City of Granada Trophy with Malaga as an opponent. Without concessions, with an eleven that could well be the one that forms in the first league game, Robert Moreno’s men began to dominate from the opening whistle, getting ahead on the scoreboard before five minutes through Abram, a goal to which the Costa del Sol team answered immediately, with a goal from Quintana, in a fast-paced shock start.
The blue and white did not allow themselves to be tied up, responding to the good start of the Nasrid with several dangerous approaches, but the Granada team showed its punch with a great goal from Luis Milla, which with a whip from the front of the area was shaken every month in which he has not been able to enjoy on the grass.
Granada continued hungry in the second act, cornering the people of Malaga in their area, an insistence that had its reward with the 3-1, work of Doors.
With the scoreboard declined on the local side, the rhythm of the game was fading, sailing until the final whistle turned into another summer friendly. The rojiblanco team scored a new victory, added a Granada City Trophy to their showcases and showed that the set-up for the start of the competition is on the right track.
They also played: Montoro, Víctor Díaz, Quini, Machís, Germán, Molina, Isma Ruiz, Soro, Marín
Malaga: Gonzalo; Diarra, Juande, Andrés, Ismael, Roberto, Quintana, Alexander, Paulino, Kevin and Julio.
They also played: Recio, Ibra, Larrubia, Fomba, Bilal, Loren
Goals: 1-0 3 Abram; 1-1 6 Quintana; 2-1 19 Mile; 3-1 60 Doors
Referee: Ortiz Arias. Yellow: Fernández 22; Duarte 42, Roberto 48; Ibra 66; Quini 86