But not only those who were already headlines worked, but they also fulfilled the calls to replace those who were on leave. Adrià Pedrosa, who came from staying out of the call against Mallorca, passed the cotton test to supply the sanctioned Dídac Vilà, in one of his most content, defensive and serious games that are reminded of him. Victor Sanchez he did his job at the pivot and, although he saw two yellow ones, it can be said that had real bad luck with the second, since it was just necessary when he pushed his leg away so as not to commit it. Y Wu Lei Not only did he adapt to the right wing in attack and defense, which in the crash of the first lap had been a highway for Sergio Reguilón, but He reflected on the grass the offensive game of rapid transitions that Abelardo has been trying to implement for a month and a half in Espanyol.Not surprisingly, with his target against Sevilla not only certified Wu Lei a gold point for the parakeets (although at that time he gave all three), but it was confirmed as the goal scorer for the Asturian coach in the absence of RdT. He has scored the Chinese in both games without the Madrid striker, against Barcelona and Sánchez Pizjuán. Y, with Abelardo, averages a goal every 56 minutes, since he played 16 ‘in the derby, seven against Athletic, 17’ in Granada and 72 ‘in Seville. Better even than Thomas, with one every 90 minutes although, yes, four in total.Teamwork reaches the benchAs if it were a conviction, just one month and one day after scoring the last of his 11 goals this season with Rayo Vallecano, Adrián Embarba premiered his locker with Espanyol, on Sunday at Sánchez Pizjuán. He did it on a free-kick launching low to the ground, below the barrier, which seemed more of an instant resource (although Éver Banega lay down without much success) than a rehearsed play. However, Embarba did it with all the intention and knowledge. It was the goalkeeper coach of Espanyol, Jesús Salvador, who in Saturday’s training in the Sports City, before leaving for Seville, I had warned the extreme that the Spanish squad usually jump into the fouls. In addition, and being almost on the line that delimits the area, few alternatives had to reach the goal. He succeeded. Beyond the momentary doubts of Sevilla, pointed up the visit to Sánchez Pizjuán for a Espanyol forced to score for their circumstances and that in the previous he lost two of his leaders, David López and Raúl de Tomás. A setback that worsened when, in the nth individual error of the season, Lucas Ocampos scored at 14 minutes. Once, the ‘End’ poster would have appeared on the game screen. But this set by Abelardo Fernández seems made of another wood. He tied, came to come back and, although he stayed with ten and came to receive 2-2, he knew how to scratch a point in a very difficult stadium.Many are the keys to this point that may be worth gold in the fight for permanence, but one prevails over the rest: the teamwork. One way to do that work is done in training, even from the offices and that translated the day they were neither the ‘pichichi’ nor the footballer who is the extension of the coach on the grass, and that more slogans and corrections distributed . Without Thomas, Abelardo kept his usual 4-4-2 (except in defensive work) and resorted to a 4-2-3-1 which also used the last course in Alavés. And the pieces responded. Did Sergi Darder, more focused on the location on the grass and also in his privileged vision of the game to give in-depth passes, without forgetting to defend. Too Jonathan Calleri, stajanovista pointed and turned into another winter signing for a Espanyol who needed it. OR Embarba, who not only scored, but redoubled defensive aids for his band. Behind, Leandro Cabrera acts with an improper hierarchy of a central that takes only four weeks in a club, and blends fabled with Bernardo Espinosa.
No related posts. Jorge Astúa Arias, 58, will walk 397.6 miles in a week, hiking from the border with Panama in the south to the Nicaraguan border in the north, in a campaign for environmental protection.Astúa plans to walk 90 miles a day for 18 hours, following the Inter-American Highway. His journey starts at midnight Jan. 15 in Paso Canoas on the Costa Rica–Panama border, and is expected to be completed by Jan. 21, in Peñas Blancas, at the border with Nicaragua, according to a press release from the Environment Ministry.The athlete began preparing for his long journey three years ago.“This border-to-border walk will raise awareness among citizens about how they can contribute to environmental conservation through exercise,” Astúa said. The campaign is called “Limpia tu huella” (Clean your [carbon] footprint).He added that people should depend less on traditional transportation methods. “We must encourage the population to get into the habit of walking instead of using cars or motorcycles, so we can give the planet a break. Everyone can do a part to stop polluting, so that we can help Costa Rica be 100 percent carbon neutral by 2021. That has to be a commitment of all of us,” Astúa said.The walk will be followed by a clock counter to be installed on the “Clean your footprint” Facebook profile. Facebook Comments