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A Point Which Feels Like Scant Reward

Real Oviedo twice take the lead but eventually draw 2-2 with Racing de Santander

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Real Oviedo went into the Matchday 19 fixture against Racing de Santander with the aim of conquering El Sardinero. Los Carbayones, who were backed by more than 1,200 travelling Oviedistas, went into the encounter with the clear objective of continuing to climb the table, and Luis Carrión opted for a starting eleven made up of Leo Román, Lucas, Dani Calvo, Oier Luengo, Abel, Colombatto, Jimmy, Sebas Moyano, Seoane, Masca and Bastón.
 
Within the first minute of the match, Abel Bretones had a very clear opportunity to open the scoring, but he was denied by the home keeper. Real Oviedo's good start continued, however, and Colombatto would give the Asturians the lead in the 17th minute. Racing looked to hit back immediately with some good play by Arana, but Leo Román appeared with a fine stop to maintain the clean sheet.
 
Despite the keeper's good work, in the 30th minute Peque did make the score 1-1 with a low strike. The match was an even affair, but Los Carbayones grew as the minutes passed. Seoane thought that he had made the score 2-1, but the officials decided to disallow the goal for a foul in the build-up following a VAR check. Nonetheless, in the 44th minute Dani Calvo headed home from a Colombatto corner to restore the lead.
 
Los Azules emerged for the second half with the aim of adding a third goal to seal the victory. Bastón had two good chances, but both were deemed offside. Former Real Oviedo player Sangalli had the best opportunity for the hosts during the opening minutes of the half, but Leo Román was up to the challenge once more. Viti came on in the 61st minute in place of Colombatto, with Seoane dropping back to join Jimmy in the heart of the midfield.
 
Real Oviedo protected the lead until Peque equalised from the penalty spot in the 78th minute. The score was 2-2, with all to play for in the final stages. Luis Carrión made a triple substitution in the 85th minute, with Alemão, Yayo, and Pomares entering the fray. A mistake from a Racing defender saw Alemão through on goal, but his effort was blocked by a defender. From the resulting corner, Yayo headed the ball against the woodwork.
 
The match eventually came to an end with the score 2-2. The draw saw Los Carbayones pick up another away point and take the tally for the season to 26.
Match summary
R. Racing Club
R. Racing Club
LALIGA HYPERMOTION · M19
2
-
2
El Sardinero
Real Oviedo
Real Oviedo
Line-ups
Jokin Ezkieta photo
13Jokin Ezkieta
Leo Román photo
31Leo Román
Mantilla photo
02Mantilla
Dani Calvo photo
12Dani Calvo
Pol Moreno photo
04Pol Moreno
Luengo photo
15Luengo
Ruben Alves photo
15Ruben Alves
Abel Bretones photo
23Abel Bretones
Mario Garcia photo
40Mario Garcia60
Lucas photo
24Lucas
Iñigo photo
06Iñigo
Jimmy photo
06Jimmy
Sangalli photo
07Sangalli60
Colombatto photo
11Colombatto60
Vicente photo
10Vicente
Seoane photo
16Seoane
Peque photo
17Peque82
Sebas Moyano photo
17Sebas Moyano86
Aldasoro photo
21Aldasoro73
Borja photo
09Borja86
Arana photo
09Arana73
Masca photo
20Masca86
Substitutes
José Alberto López
Luis Miguel Carrión
M. Parera photo
01M. Parera
Braat photo
01Braat
Saul photo
03Saul60
Pomares photo
21Pomares86
Germán photo
05Germán
35Jaime Vázquez
Juan G. photo
22Juan G.
Viti photo
07Viti60
D. Fernandez photo
23D. Fernandez
A. Cardero photo
32A. Cardero
08Pombo
Yayo photo
34Yayo86
Morante photo
16Morante73
Alemâo photo
14Alemâo86
Lago Junior photo
20Lago Junior
28Sesé
Yeray photo
27Yeray60
Diego Campo photo
32Diego Campo
Ekain photo
14Ekain73
Jeremy photo
29Jeremy82
Goals
Mantilla (o.g.)
17
(0 - 1)
Peque
30
(1 - 1)
(1 - 2)
Dani Calvo
43
Peque
78
(2 - 2)
Match officials
Iván Caparros Hernández
Referee
Javier García Lorenzo
Lineman#1
Christian García Andreu
Lineman#2
Juan Gordillo Escamilla
Fourth official
Jon Ander González Esteban
Video Assistant Referee
Aitor Moleón Cuenca
Assistant VAR Official