MADRID, 29 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
Cádiz scratched a draw (1-1) on their visit to Sevilla this Friday on matchday 34 of LaLiga Santander, thanks to a great goal from a direct free kick by Lucas Pérez, a point that remains to be seen if it serves one or the other more in the objectives of saving yourself and playing the ‘Champions’.
En-Nesyri’s goal after six minutes left Cádiz’s plan very affected during their visit to Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán. Sergio González’s team was forced to be the protagonist and managed to do it from less to more until they got this point with which they added 32, marking salvation, two above relegation, Granada, who plays on Sunday at home against Celtic RC.
Julen Lopetegui’s men had the option of leaving the ‘Top 4’ but, in a long season and an irregular ending, the team from the Andalusian capital dropped points again. Now, with 64, they put little pressure on Barça for second place and give options to Atlético and Real Betis (57) who, as Cup champions, will have high morale.
The initial siege of the locals paid off in the corner that meant the 1-0 of an En-Nesyri that was going through a tremendous drought. Lamela forgave and Cádiz was gaining ground until they had their chances with Lucas Pérez. After the restart, the yellow box took possession of the ball but went to set pieces where he found the Galician 1-1. Sevilla reacted late and without aim.