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Three Crucial Points to Unleash Chaos at the Tartiere

An 86th minute Alemão goal gives Real Oviedo a very important victory and moves the team back into a playoff place

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Real Oviedo were back at the Carlos Tartiere today for the Matchday 39 LaLiga Hypermotion fixture against Real Zaragoza. Los Azules went into the encounter having beaten SD Huesca last weekend and in need of a win in order to return to a playoff place. Head Coach Luis Carrión opted for a starting eleven made up of Leo Román, Viti, Oier Luengo, Dani Calvo, Pomares, Colombatto, Seoane, Borja Sánchez, Paulino, Masca, and Alemão.
 
Within the first five minutes, Dani Calvo had the first clear opportunity of the encounter. The centre back got on the end of a loose ball inside the area, but he was denied by a fine save. Los Carbayones continued to look to make the breakthrough, and in the 18th minute Paulino threatened once more. A piece of fine individual play forced Cristian Álvarez into another good intervention from the winger's left-footed strike. The visitors, meanwhile, tried their luck with several shots from outside the box and from set pieces during the first half, but couldn't find the way through. There were not too many clear chances for either side during the final moments of the first half, and the score was still 0-0 at the break.
 
After the interval, Santi Cazorla came on to help Los Carbayones to build the play, while Dubasin and Sebas Moyano also entered the fray as the team looked for a way through. Luengo went close from inside the six-yard box, before Colombatto's free kick went just over the bar, but the score remained 0-0. Dubasin tried his luck with two shots from range which were off-target, but a turning point in the encounter arrived with Toni Moya's red card. The away team went down to ten men, and Real Oviedo pushed on, finally receiving their reward through Alemão's 86th-minute winner. The Brazilian made no mistake, and the Carlos Tartiere erupted in joy.
 
Today's victory moved Luis Carrión's side onto 61 points and into fifth place in the table. Following this crucial win, the Asturians now go into the coming league fixture against RCD Espanyol full of confidence.
Match summary
Real Oviedo
Real Oviedo
LALIGA HYPERMOTION · M39
1
-
0
Carlos Tartiere
Real Zaragoza
Real Zaragoza
Line-ups
Leo Román photo
31Leo Román
Alvarez photo
01Alvarez
Viti photo
07Viti
Zedadka photo
02Zedadka
Dani Calvo photo
12Dani Calvo
Jair Jr photo
03Jair Jr90
Luengo photo
15Luengo
A. Francés photo
06A. Francés
Pomares photo
21Pomares76
Mouriño photo
15Mouriño
Colombatto photo
11Colombatto
Fran Gamez photo
18Fran Gamez87
Seoane photo
16Seoane69
Jaume photo
05Jaume
Paulino photo
18Paulino45
Maikel M. photo
11Maikel M.87
Borja S. photo
25Borja S.61
21Toni Moya
Alemâo photo
14Alemâo
Ivan photo
09Ivan62
Masca photo
20Masca61
Liso photo
33Liso62
Substitutes
Luis Miguel Carrión
Víctor Fernández
Braat photo
01Braat
Poussin photo
13Poussin
Lucas photo
24Lucas69
Edgar Badia photo
25Edgar Badia
Jaime Vázquez photo
35Jaime Vázquez
Lecoeuche photo
22Lecoeuche87
Jimmy photo
06Jimmy
42Miguel Operé
S. Cazorla photo
08S. Cazorla45
German V. photo
07German V.62
Camarasa photo
10Camarasa
Lucas Terrer photo
41Lucas Terrer
Sebas Moyano photo
17Sebas Moyano61
S. Bakis photo
12S. Bakis90
Dubasin photo
22Dubasin61
Sergi Enrich photo
23Sergi Enrich62
Abel Bretones photo
23Abel Bretones
Cuenca photo
34Cuenca87
Yayo photo
34Yayo
Borja photo
09Borja76
A. Millan photo
19A. Millan
Goals
Alemâo
85
(1 - 0)
Match officials
Saúl Ais Reig
Referee
Marcos Daniel Saenén Álvarez
Lineman#1
Rubén Campo Hernández
Lineman#2
Álvaro López Parra
Fourth official
David Gálvez Rascón
Video Assistant Referee
Manuel Jesús Orellana Cid
Assistant VAR Official