Ludmila decides the Madrid derby in favor of Atlético de Madrid


A right hand from the Brazilian in the final stretch sentences Madrid CFF

Atlético de Madrid won the Madrid derby by beating Madrid CFF by the minimum (0-1) in Matapiñonera. The rojiblancas thus shelved five league games without winning (three defeats and two draws) while the whites have already added six consecutive defeats in the domestic competition.

The game started with a lot of tension and intensity, with both teams moving the ball quickly looking for verticality to reach the rival area. Geyse Ferrerira on the local side and Ludmila da Silva on the visitor side enjoyed the first chances, but Merel Van Dongen, hitting the leg in time and Paula Ulloa, with a two-time save, prevented the goal from going up to the scoreboard. Then it would be Leicy Santos who had it with a shot from the front that narrowly missed. Joyce Magalhanes had to leave the field injured after half an hour and the first half was consumed with the rojiblanco set over the rival field and a shot from Turid Knaak from inside the area that went high.

The rojiblanco dominance went further at the start of the second half, where Paula Ulloa left signs of being one of the best goalkeepers of the course by signing three very worthwhile interventions: took a bitten ball with a parable to Toni Duggan after bouncing off Monica Hickmann; won a heads up with Kylie Strom; and saved on the goal line a point-blank shot from Leicy Santos coming from behind after Ludmila da Silva’s lateral center. However, he could not do anything before a right hand from 35 meters from Ludmila da Silva with eight minutes to go, a goal that would end up tilting the balance in favor of the visiting team.

The three points added by Atlético at the neighbor’s house will not help them to cut distances with respect to the European zone (it is 15 points from third place), but it does grant a lost confidence facing the final stretch of the course where the rojiblancas will also play the semifinals of the Queen’s Cup.

Sevilla sentences Deportivo

Sevilla shelved three consecutive defeats (two in the League and one in the Cup) by beating Deportivo at home (3-1). Cristian Toro’s team left the duel seen for sentencing in the first part in which he polished the board. The first two goals came after two corner kicks. Rachel Pinel he threw the first one so that Claudia pina He finished off at the bottom of the net and Pinel herself scored the second by picking up a rebound inside the area and sneaking the ball into the cage with a powerful right hand. Before the break, Toni Payne finished a team play and put the lace.

Deportivo tried to get into the game at the start of the second act with a goal from Ainoa Campo, beating Noelia Ramos with a shot from the front, but the defensive strength of the local team prevented the Herculinas from going overboard. The local team was able to sentence in the final stretch, but Esther Sullastres saved Nagore Calderón one-on-one and a point-blank shot from Inma Gabarro. With this victory, Sevilla is consolidated in the temperate zone of the classification, while Deportivo sees the goal of salvation farther and farther..

EDF Logroño is more colista after falling in Huelva

Sporting de Huelva extended its good run of results (five games without losing and three victories in this cycle) at the expense of an EDF Logroño (3-1) who will sleep one more day as bottom of the Primera Iberdrola. The Huelva were ahead on the scoreboard at the first quarter hour of play thanks to a header from Dany Helena at the exit of a corner. The Rioja team was able to equalize the contest shortly afterwards thanks to a crossed shot from Judith Luzuriaga Chelsea Arhust could not stop.

The group directed by Jenny Benítez would end up giving the sentence in the second act. Mayra ramirez She warned with a shot to the post, but the Colombian did not forgive her when she headed a lateral cross from Claire Falknor. The coffee maker acted as an assistant in the final stretch so that Fatou kanteh He will put the lock on three minutes to go. While the Huelva women expand their mattress of points with respect to the burning area, EDF Logroño has salvation already eight points away with only 15 in dispute.

New puncture of the Santa Teresa at home

Santa Teresa will have to wait for a miracle to save themselves after missing a good opportunity to close the gap by losing at home (0-1) to Valencia. The height of bad luck was primed with Badajoz, as an own goal by Ariadna Rovirola after Asun Martínez’s lateral center would end up deciding the clash.

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