The Gran Tarajal returned to the path of victory by getting their first three points away from the Tuineje enclosure (1-3). The team in which Asturian coach Viti Amaro made his debut conquered the Argelio Tabares in a match in which he took command of the scoreboard, in the second half, through Sandro. In the decisive straight, Santa Úrsula put the tables through Azael, but in the extension the Majoreros countered with the targets of Dani Liñares and Pato.
In a first little showy half, both Santa Úrsula and Gran Tarajal they imposed great intensity on the game, which resulted in a locked match. The Viti Amaro team made an effort to be well planted on the north of Tenerife, and not to grant any gaps to their rival.
As soon as the shock started, Santa Úrsula gave the first warning with a shot from close to Carlos Vicente, which was rejected by goalkeeper Luca. Immediately afterwards, the rojillos caressed the 1-0 with a shot from Stefano, after a center of his fellow Zeben Buades, which crashed into the post.
After the quarter of an hour, the majoreros replied with a low shot from Dani Liñares, who went away for a very little. Until the heat of the first half, it was difficult for both teams to overcome the good defensive gear of their adversary, so the game went to rest without the initial score moving.
After the break, Isma Fagir was about to surprise local goal Juanje with a shot from long range. With the modifications made by the technicians Rubén García and Viti Amaro, the two cooler teams, that they created danger with a shot from Nestor, who was caught by Lucas; and with an action from the majorero Jordan, from the edge of the area, which was met with the excellent intervention of the red goalkeeper Juanje.
In the 69th minute, Gran Tarajal established the 0-1, with a direct free from Sandro. Immediately afterwards, the northern Carlos Vicente fell down inside the area, but the referee saw nothing punishable and decided that the game should continue without consequences.
In the decisive straight of the clash, Santa Úrsula insisted in search of the equalizer, a prize that he achieved through Azael, who headed a service from Zeben Buades to the net. When it seemed that the match would end with a draw, those of Viti Amaro They surprised in the extension with two goals from Dani Liñares, who did not miss a heads-up against Juanje, and from Pato, from long distances, who surprised the red goalkeeper.
SAINT URSULA 1 (0)
GREAT TARAJAL 3 (0)
SAINT URSULA: Juanje; Tato (Gabri, 58 ‘), Maxi, Marcos (Lisandro, 77’), Azael, Vitolo, Néstor, Stefano (Semidán, 58 ‘), Carlos Vicente, Jony (Carlos Rafael, 77’) and Zeben Buades.
GREAT TARAJAL: Luke; Marco, Maxim, Borja Granda, Jordan, Pato (Sandro, 62 ‘), Isma Fagir, Antonio (Elmajji, 79’), Dani Liñares (Tana, 94 ‘), Aitor (Baba, 79’) and Juan.
REFEREE: Airán Fariña Delgado. He admonished Juanje, Maxi, Jonny, Semidán and Carlos Vicente on the premises; and for the visitors to Borja Granda, Antonio and Dani Liñares.
GOALS: 0-1: (69 ‘) Sandro. 1-1: (87 ‘) Azael. 1-2: (91 ‘) Dani Liñares. 1-3: (95’) Pato.
INCIDENTS: Argelio Tabares. Artificial grass in good conditions. Nice afternoon. Before about 200 spectators.