Valencia Vs Sevilla Draw Score 1-1
Rancakmedia.com – Valencia Vs Sevilla Los Nervionenses were held to a 1-1 draw and were unable to close the gap on Real Madrid. Sevilla failed to win full points when they visited Valencia headquarters, Thursday (20/1/2022) in the morning WIB.
Having taken the lead quickly thanks to an own goal from an opposing player, Sevilla gave up in the final minutes of the first half. This defeat made Les Nervionenses fail to close the distance from Real Madrid at the top of the 2021-2022 Spanish League standings. Carlo Ancelotti's players are four points ahead of Ivan Rakitic et al.
The course of the match Valencia vs Sevilla
Sevilla was able to show a very good start by immediately launching several high-tempo attacks in the early minutes. Valencia players who are still not hot are difficult to defend their defense.
Sevilla took the lead in the seventh minute thanks to an own goal by Mouchtar Diakhaby, who tried to stop the ball from entering Valencia's goal. Sevilla was able to take the lead first, with a 1-0 win.
Valencia tried to improve their game after falling behind. Several opportunities were created, but Sevilla were able to display a solid enough defense to maintain their advantage.
It took Valencia until the 44th minute to find its way back into the game after Goncalo Guedes scored the equalizer with a header which was blocked by Sevilla. First half score was 1-1.
2nd round Valencia Vs Seville
In the second half, Valencia was able to exert more control over the game. Sevilla will have a difficult advantage launching attacks to regain the lead they have lost.
In the 53rd minute, Thierry Correia almost scored a second goal for Valencia. Unfortunately this effort went just wide of the right post, drawing us to a 1-1 draw on this goal.
Sevilla were able to create pressure in the last 10 minutes and launched some difficult attacks. Sevilla's attack appears to be well served by Valencia, who is ready and solid.
Jose Gaya had to be sent off towards the end of the game for accumulating yellow cards, meaning Valencia had to play with 10 men. Sevilla, which has a larger number of players, was unable to take advantage of the remaining time, the score lasted 1-1 until the game was over.
Valencia (5-3-2): Jasper Cillessen; Gaya, O. Alderete, C. Mosquera, Mouchtar Diakhaby, Thierry Correia; Yunus Musah, Hugo Guillamon, Dimitri Foulquier; Goncalo Guedes, Hugo Duro.
Coach: Jose Bordalas.
Ivan Rakitic, Fernando and Oliver Torres complete the Sevilla attack (4-3-3) along with Javi Diaz, M. Acuna (captain), K. Rekik (midfielder), Diego Carlos (attacker) and G. Montiel (defender).
Coach: Pablo Sanz.
Los Nervionenses failed to close the distance from Real Madrid at the top of the 2021-2022 Spanish League standings. Sevilla took the lead in the seventh minute thanks to an own goal by Mouchtar Diakhaby, who tried to stop the ball which was still in Valencia's goal.
Several opportunities were created, but Sevilla were able to display a solid enough defense to maintain their advantage.
Jose Gaya had to be sent off towards the end of the match for accumulation of yellow cards, meaning Valencia had to play with 10 men. Sevilla will have a tough advantage to launch attacks to regain the lead they have lost.