REPORT | 21/11/2020 | Rodrigo SalamancaThe visitors went ahead on 62 minutes but Hugo Duro, Gila and Dotor clinched all three points for the Whites in the closing stages.
- 2ª B Sub. A - Grupo V
- Matchday 5
- Sat, 21 Nov
Castilla took the initiative early on and had two fine chances to go in front. First, Blanco tried his luck from distance, before Arribas came close to capitalising on a cross which was half-cleared by the visiting defender. With 7 minutes on the clock, Arribas had another bite of the cherry but his shot flew wide. Navalcarnero reacted, first through a Gonzalo effort which sailed over the bar, then when Jesús de Miguel drilled into the side netting (28’). Following the first half-an-hour, neither team were able to create further danger in the opening period and the game went into the break goalless.
The madridistas stepped it up a notch after half-time and began to craft more opportunities. A fine piece of play in the opposition box created a chance for Blanco, whose shot from distance failed to find the target (47’). Five minutes later, Hugo Duro claimed a penalty after being upended by Fratelli, before Dotor could have got the opener but his header was saved by Aitor (61´). Just when Castilla were enjoying their best spell of the game, a Navalcarnero goal stopped them in their tracks. Calarge fizzed a ball across the box and Gonzalo ran from deep to net. The intensity spiked and Hugo Duro went down again in the box following a tussle with Fratelli, but the referee did not point to the spot.
A six-minute turnaround
Ayllon's men were then reduced to ten after Fratelli received his marching orders for a second yellow card (77’). That changed the game completely and Castilla made the most of their numerical advantage to turn the scores around. Hugo Duro levelled, heading home a Blanco cross, before Gila did the same to put the madridistas ahead. With seven minutes left on the clock, the Whites found the net once again when Arribas' free-kick was turned in by Dotor to make it 3-1.
3-Real Madrid: Luis López, Guillem, Miguel G. (Retu, 69’), Gila (Sintes, 89), Blanco, Dotor, Morante (Peter, 69’), Hugo Vallejo (César, 46’), Hugo Duro (Salazar, 84’), Santos and Arribas.
1-Navalcarnero: Aitor, Calarge, Álex, Jaimez, Fratelli, Mario (Cano, 79’), Esnáider (David, 67’), Alonso (Monteaguado, 67’), Ramón (Del Moral, 72), Gonzalo (Fran, 72’) and Jesús de Miguel.
0-1 (min. 62): Gonzalo.
1-1 (min. 78): Hugo Duro.
2-1 (min. 81): Gila.
3-1 (min. 83): Dotor.