The striker Rafa Mir came to the rescue of Huesca so that his team added at least one point by scoring two goals in the second half against an Albacete who was very impulsive, but lacked the strength in the final stretch of the match (2 -two).

He surprised the white box with his initial approach by putting a demanding pressure on the Barça team when he started the game from his goalkeeper, a circumstance that favored the home team and made it difficult for Míchel's usual combination game.

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The first attempt with a sense of goal was put by Dani Ojeda, after seven minutes, after a throw-in in which he received a ball with space and drew with his right leg a petroleum jelly that went above the goal of Álvaro Fernández.

And the second became the first goal of the game. He arrived in the 20th minute, after a corner kick in which a series of rebounds occurred, until the central Gorosito appeared to put a pass to the heart of the area that Ojeda himself riveted to the bottom of the meshes to overtake Albacete and do justice on the scoreboard.

It was difficult for him to leave a visiting team in a fluid way that also seemed to accuse the high temperatures of the first half (around 34 degrees) and that added his first shot on goal in the 27th minute after a corner kick that Pulido headed and that Tomeu Nadal stopped smoothly.

Dani Raba was closer to scoring after a basting move, from side to side, which ended with a service to the area that finished off the visiting winger and saved the Albacete goalkeeper with a stretched house mark (minute 36).

The advantage on the scoreboard forced to risk more a Huesca who began to have more presence in Albacete terrain and who had a clear opportunity in a shot from outside the area of ​​Cristo González who went astray in the final stretch of the first half .

The visiting coach included more offensive power in the second act when changing Mikel Rico and Raba to make way for Eugeni and Rafa Mir, who bothered the local defense in the first moments of the restart.

The visiting bench movements forced the local coach, Lucas Alcaraz, to change soon to refresh an approach that remained faithful to the first half, maintaining high pressure on the opposing defense.

The winger David Ferreiro remained at all times as the most active footballer and the only visiting player who proposed different movements or conductions that managed to break the two iron lines of the white squad.

Juan Carlos, who also entered the second half, tried his luck from afar in the 69th minute in a shot before which Tomeu Nadal had to stretch, although he finally went high and the local goal did not have to intervene.

However, Huesca received a blow before the hydration pause in the second half after a stolen ball from Albacete that Pedro placed with a squad and a bevel at the entrance of a Dani Ojeda who controlled, faced and beat Álvaro with a dry shot Fernández to extend the advantage of his own.

Luckily for Míchel's painting, he cut distances in the blink of an eye. What took Ferreiro to overtake Benito, who returned to commit an innocent penalty by grabbing Okazaki. The maximum penalty was transformed by Rafa Mir (min.80).

The goal spurred a Huesca that overturned in search of a draw that he achieved in the 90th minute thanks to an action by the right side of Mboula that Rafa Mir touched just enough to overcome a Tomeu Nadal who could not do anything to avoid the goal.

From there to the end, the visiting team bottled an Albacete who tried to score from a set piece, but who had to give the point as good after finishing all his players very exhausted.

The point allows the local team to distance themselves a little more from the relegation zone, but it is insufficient for a Huesca that remains four points away from direct promotion, their goal at the end of the campaign.

Data sheet:

Albacete: Tomeu Nadal, Benito, Arroyo, Gorosito, Caballo, Álvaro Jiménez (Pedro, min.56), Erice, Silvestre, Dani Ojeda (Karim Azamoum, min.81), Chema Núñez (Manu Fuster, min.56) and Zozulia (Acuña, min. 81).

Huesca: Álvaro Fernández, Miguelón (Mboula min.84), Datkovic, Pulido, Galán, Ferreiro, Doukouré (Nwakali, min.59), Mikel Rico (Eugeni, min.46), Raba (Rafa Mir, min.46), Cristo González (Juan Carlos, min.62) and Okazaki.

Goals: 1-0, m.20: Dani Ojeda. 2-0, m.73: Dani Ojeda. 2-1, m.80: Rafa Mir. 2-2, m.90: Rafa Mir.

Referee: Ocón Arráiz (La Riojan Committee). He showed yellow card to the locals Benito, Zozulia and Acuña, and to the visitors Doukouré and Ferreiro.

Incidents: Meeting corresponding to the thirty-fourth day of the Smartbank League played at the Carlos Belmonte stadium behind closed doors.

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