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Guedes celebrates his goal at El Sadar with Soler.

Guedes celebrates his goal at El Sadar with Soler.
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Valencia passed over Osasuna winning 1-4 in El Sadar to stay in the leading group thanks to a Gonçalo Guedes who drove the red defense crazy scoring a goal and signing a great performance.

The 14,000 rojillos fans who entered El Sadar today received their players with a standing ovation and with the illusion of seeing their team beat for the first time in the renovated stadium after the two draws achieved in The league.

The local players came out very plugged, with an electric and aggressive game that surpassed the Chés during the first 20 minutes that served them to have the first chances of the crash. The VAR annulled a penalty initially awarded by De Burgos Bengoetxea.

With a Valencia still celebrating this decision the first goal arrived. Darko, one of the best in the first half, opened for Moncayola towards the right wing. The renewed footballer until 2031 controlled the ball before shooting Mamardashvili with a low shot.

Those from Bordalás began to carbure with the passage of minutes until they brought out their quality. Carlos Soler put a center measured from the right that Maxi Gómez did not miss reaching the near post.

Everyone thought that the equality of the first part was going to carry over to the second, but Valencia knocked out Osasuna in 10 minutes with two actions from the Portuguese Gonçalo Guedes. First, the winger was more rogue than Nacho Vidal to take a ball with desire and faith before putting a center that touched Aridane and ended up inside the goal of Sergio Herrera.

Four minutes later, the number 7 faced the right wing with determination before releasing a strong whip against which the Burgos goalkeeper from Osasuna could do nothing, who today completed 100 games with the red shirt. Valencia dynamited the game in the blink of an eye.

Osasuna got the field uphill with the result until the Paraguayan Alderete put more land in between with a good header that was the fourth for his team.

In this way, Osasuna conceded the first defeat of the season against an imperial Valencia who came back from the initial goal to endorse his great form with a prestigious victory in a complicated field.

Osasuna: Osasuna: Sergio Herrera; Nacho Vidal, Aridane, David García, Manu Sánchez (Cote, m. 82); Torró (Chimy Ávila, m. 58); Rober Ibáñez (Roberto Torres, m. 58), Darko, Moncayola, Rubén García (Íñigo Pérez, m. 82); Kike García (Ontiveros, m. 82).

Valencia: Valencia: Mamardashvili; Thierry, Paulista, Guillamón, Alderete (Diakhaby, m. 82), Gayá (Hugo Duro, m. 46); Wass, Soler (Musah, m. 87), Cheryshev (Foulquier, m. 45); Guedes (Marcos André, d. 87) and Maxi Gómez.

Goals: 1-0, m.8: Moncayola. 1-1, m.25: Maxi Gómez. 1-2, m.50: Aridane (pp), 1-3. m.54: Guedes. 1-4, m.73: Alderete.

Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Committee), assisted by Díaz Pérez del Palomar and Nuñez Fernández. The main referee showed David García, Torró and Sergio Herrera yellow for Osasuna. To Soler and Alderete on the Valencian side.

Incidents: Match corresponding to the fourth day of LaLiga Santander played at the El Sadar stadium before 14,000 spectators.

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