Girona falls by the minimum in Cerámica with a penalty goal in the 100th minute

Gazzaniga performs magnificently, but cannot stop the second maximum penalty against Girona

Girona leaves empty from his visit to Villarreal after a titanical effort. In the final leg of the match, Santi Bueno has been kicked, Gazzaniga has stopped Gerard Moreno, and Parejo has transformed another one in the 100th minute to leave the white-and-reds without scoring.

The first part has been of a high level by both teams in the yellow field. Gerard Moreno and Aleix Garcia have been notified in the first five minutes, but neither has found a goal. In the 11th minute, Yeremi Pino stumbled upon the wood, and Gazzaniga avoided a golas of Baena with a great intervention. The Girona answer came ten minutes later. Iván Martín has assisted Stuani in the area, but the Uruguayan has not been right in front of Reina. In the last minutes of the first half, Gazzaniga has avoided the local goal on two more occasions with good stops.

The second part has started quieter. Baena and Riquelme have been the first to warn, but the shots of both have been sterile. A second act where Borja Garcia reappeared after many months away from the playing grounds due to injury. In the absence of a quarter of an hour to finish, Gazzaniga has successfully rejected a dangerous shot by Gerard Moreno. In 79', Santi Bueno has seen the second yellow to bring Baena down, in what has been the first penalty whispered by the referee, who later rectified the decision as he had been out of the area. In addition, Girona has seen two more penalties whisper. In the first, Gazzaniga avoided Gerard Moreno's goal, but in the second, in the 100th minute, Parejo put the final 1–0 score in the last game.

Cruel unites a Girona that has competed in the thousand wonders against an entity rival like Villarreal. Míchel's will return to the league next Saturday in Montilivi (16.15h) receiving the current leader of the competition, FC Barcelona.