Tenerife B achieved their second consecutive victory, which allows them to continue hunting the leader Las Palmas C. Lenadro Cabrera Mazinho’s team knocked Villa Santa Brígida down in a match that left them on track from the first half with goals from Jeremy and Martínez . After the resumption, Teto put the sentence, while the last goal of the satauteño Nico only served to make up the result.
The blue and white subsidiary imposed its dominance from the beginning of the contest, and warned of its intentions with a shot from David, after a service, from the left, from Lie, which was brushing the wood. At the stroke of half an hour, Mazinho’s men took command of the game, through Jeremy, who, coming from behind, struck with the inside of his foot to define a service from his teammate Félix.
With both against, Santa Brígida was not intimidated, but could only enjoy a timid approach with a shot from Santi Chicha, which went high. In the 38th minute, the Tenerife team extended distances, through Martínez, who got rid of several defenders and goalkeeper Alberto to establish the 2-0 with which the break was reached.
Ángel Sánchez decided to modify the system after passing through the changing rooms, and gave new air to a Santa Brígida, who sought to shorten distances, but found himself facing a solvent Mazinho team. In addition, in the 62nd minute, the Satauteños conceded their third goal, thanks to Teto, with a cross shot after assist.
It could be worst
Tenerife B was able to complete the win with a header from David that crashed into the crossbar. Shortly after, the Satauteños were able to re-engage the game with an action by Kilian to which Medina responded with a great save.
In the 76th minute, Mazinho’s team was left with one less footballer on the field as a result of an injury suffered by Omar, once the Blue and Whites had already made all the changes. Already in the extension, Santa Brígida took advantage of an error by blue and white Jeremy to make up the result through Nico.