Villarreal vs. Granada: League reset

ANDin recent times, Villarreal has overcome many barriers that historically resisted him. The yellows have passed the semifinals, played finals and even lifted a title. But, after the great image shown last season against Chelsea, despite the defeat suffered in the final of the European Super Cup, it may be a good time for him to leave one more behind. And that is win, for the first time in its history, in a first league debut at home. To date, they have three defeats and two draws.

After an especially complicated preseason, marked by many injuries and conditioned by the emergence of COVID in the locker room, Emery’s men cleared many doubts for the better last Wednesday in Belfast.

Many things have changed at the foot of the Alhambra and, now, the challenge is to get the Nasrid team, immersed in a new project and, with Robert Moreno in charge of the bench about to sign his debut as a coach in the national competition, remain just as competitive, without any rival and no scenario making you doubt. The emotional appeal of the shock puts it Bacca returns to La Cerámica after having been enlisted in the ranks of the yellow submarine for four seasons. In addition, Abram and Monchu ‘warm up’ to certify their debut in the highest category of Spanish football. A challenge marked by the ambition of one and the other after passing through Argentina and La Masia respectively.

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