Villarreal achieves a morale boost for Emirates

A lone goal from one of the most talented young players in Spanish football as he is Yeremi pine In the 79th minute of the game, he gave Villarreal a victory that allows them to attack sixth place in the standings (direct access place to the Europa League) and that will allow them to reach the historic second leg of the Europa League semifinals against Arsenal in the Emirates on Thursday (2-1 in the first leg) with high spirits and the legs of many, fresh.

A banner with the motto ‘Our history, our dream, our moment’ it covered the central, deserted tier of the Ceramics. It perfectly sums up the feeling of a club, of a hobby and of ‘tot un poble’ (as its anthem says) in the key phase of a season that can be historic according to what has been seen so far and what has also been demonstrated before Getafe despite playing with a team plagued by non-regulars.

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Unai Emery, with his mind set on the continental event but without neglecting the domestic championship either, gave rest to a good part of his starting heavyweights.

After a very balanced first half in which it would be unfair not to admit that Getafe briefly short-circuited the Groguet team, the key action of the clash came with ten minutes remaining when the talented Canarian footballer, who had barely ten minutes on him turf, took advantage of a couple of actions won on a direct ball to score a goal that is worth its weight in gold. Yeremi crossed the ball calmly and effectively to settle the clash (1-0 in the 79th minute).

Despite this, Getafe, always alive in the game, still had in the last minutes the possibility of drawing in a free-kick launched by Valencian Timor and that was deflected shortly before Bacca, already in injury time, was there. also very close to scoring 2-0 in an action of doubts between the defense and the goalkeeper of a azulón team that, with Kubo on the pitch during the last minutes -the Japanese will know if he chose well in January-, still does not tie his permanence and cannot breathe.

Villarreal, meanwhile, has plenty of reasons to dream on the eve of a historic event because unit A is rested and unit B competes like a charm. Endavant!

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