There is no doubt that the goal is the sauce of football and Rayo is dressing his games with a few. In fact, the franjirrojo team is the most scorer of Segunda after the confinement (16), being ahead of Huesca, Tenerife and Alcorcón (12) and Fuenlabrada, Mirandés and Deportivo (11). Paco Jémez's men have scored 16 goals in nine days (eight games and a half indeed), so they average almost two goals per game (1.88).
The Rayists they returned to the championship scoring a goal (the one with the victory against Albacete and Fuenlabrada and the one with the draw in Cádiz) until the visit to Riazor arrived, where the mane was released and three —With a double by Juan Villar— to finish in a draw. From there, there was everything: somewhat served to tie with Sporting and two were not enough to avoid defeat in Alcorcón. More striking was the 0-0 against MalagaPrelude, yes, of the gale that was looming.
Since then, In the last two days, the redheads have made seven goals. Almost half of them, three, bear the signature of Juan Villar. To his new double against Zaragoza was added the penalty goal to Numancia. The striker, seconded in both games by the other 'nine' Qasmi, was not the only protagonist. The ends Álvaro and De Frutos have also wet, as well as attacking midfielder Trejo and Mario Suárez, the latter unstoppable from eleven meters.
This Monday (Mediterranean, 7:30 p.m.) the faces Almería and Rayo will be seen, two teams with similar styles, who will want to take possession and goals. For something both are the most successful teams in the category. The Andalusian team has scored 58 goals this season, only ahead of Madrid (54, the same as Zaragoza). Hence, tomorrow the show is assured …