With a disappointing one at the home of the group's Cinderella, Valencia, stuck in mediocrity, derailed in Switzerland in a horrendous second half where it was surpassed by a physical team, enthusiastic and without pressure but of less entity and quality. Valencia fouled up their qualification for the next phase and compromised and questioned the reliability of Marcelino's second project, harvesting a new draw that reinforces his sad condition as king of the draw. The team transfers its draw to the Champions League. He has seven in the domestic championship and two in Europe. First and surprising point for the Young Boys. The damage could be greater but the figure of Brazilian goalkeeper Neto, in another notable performance, avoided defeat.
With the wind in favor, Valencia despised in the second act the advantage achieved before going to rest. Michy Batshuayi soon unbalanced the match for Marcelino tranquility that celebrated him more effusively than his attacker. The Belgian, a showman at the party, put on his chin and then moved his head from side to side. Batshuayi, who continues to be selfish and plays the game in a very anarchic way, did not unbalance again.
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Batshuayi opened the goal box in favor of Valencia in the Champions League. With his goal, second in the season, the Belgian international becomes the best gunner of the team in a time of crisis of game and low productivity in the goal factory bat team.
Carlos Soler, of the few convincing players in the beginning of the season, recovered a ball in the front and filtered a pass over the unmarked break of the Belgian. Batshuayi controlled first with the outside of his right foot, mocked the exit of the goal in a second lucky control that was somewhat long and sent the ball to sleep to the net. The Swiss goal was defeated after the first control.
The goal came after the expected arrears of Young Boys, who caught the Valencia puzzled and slipping, while adapting to the carpet of artificial grass, very short, Stade de Suisse. When he stopped slipping, Marcelino's team exhibited its greatest technical condition and ended up dominating the final leg of the first act.
Marcelino left with the boy Ferran Torres in the left, with a changed leg, in a disputed decision that harmed the player and the team. The one of Foios, extreme pure, has more difficulty to shine his one against one in the other sidewalk. Gayà, plugged with Ferran ahead, just rose the band. The team lost out in that lane, the only one that works this course. When Marcelino withdrew the child in the second half and placed Rodrigo on that side, Gayà reappeared and percussed. Valencia was more natural and recovered came from the left.
On the other hand, the clearest chance after Batshuayi's goal was Ferran. Valencia, who stole and ran well in that part of the match fired by Parejo and with Rodrigo moving well between the lines, had the second in the hands of the youth international. Rodrigo exhibited his quality in a wonderful pass over Ferran, who threw a pipe to his defender and then scored the shot.
In the beginning of the second part, the Swiss, who would play in the Spanish Second Division, cornered the Valencia, who was overwhelmed. Fassnacht, Mbabu and Sulejmani arrived and finished off very easily. Neto held on to his team until Parejo committed a stupid penalty like the one he did on the day of his debut in the competition against Juve in the Mestalla. The captain's mistake penalized his team. The punishment was executed by Hoarau who tied the game. Despite his 34 years, the French center forward, who exploded his 1'92 meters wingspan hurt.
At the end of the game, with Valencia confused and asking for the time, Neto saved his team by rejecting, in a magnificent stop to his left post, a header from Sanogo at the top of a corner.