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The Unionistas added three points to their locker after winning 1-2 against Sanse this Friday at the Municipal Nuevo Matapiñonera. Sanse entered the game with the intention of overcoming their points in the table after suffering a 1-0 loss in the previous duel against Rayo Majadahonda. As for the visiting team, Unionistas were defeated 0-1 in the last game they played against Racing Ferrol. Thanks to this result, the team from Salamanca is seventh, while Sanse is eleventh at the end of the game.

The first part of the match started favorably for the visiting team, who took advantage of the occasion to open the scoring with a goal from Muñoz. After this, the first half ended with a result of 0-1.

After the break, in the second period the goal came for the eleven from San Sebastian, who equalized with a goal from Arturo in the 81st minute. Unionistas took the lead thanks to Jesús De Miguel’s goal in the 84th minute, ending the confrontation with a final score of 1-2.

Both coaches made moves on the benches. The Sanse coach brought in Jime, Eneko Jauregi and Carrillo for Ato, Javi Rueda and Dani Molina, while the Unionistas brought in Jorge Mier, Rayco Rodríguez, Edu Cortina, Pablo Espina and Pedraza for Manu Sánchez, Muñoz, De La Nava, Cris Montes and Jesus De Miguel.

The referee showed six yellow cards, four for Ato, Arturo, Dani Molina and Juanra, from the local team and two for Salinas and Rayco Rodríguez, from the visiting team.

With this victory away from home, Luis Ayllón’s team was in seventh place with 55 points, while Marcos Jiménez’s team was in eleventh place with 47 points at the end of the game.

Sanse will face Tudelano the following day and Unionistas will play against Calahorra.