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MATCH REPORT | Crevillente Deportivo 3 CD Torrevieja 0. Sock in Crevillente!
2016-02-28 21:15:00

Match Report: Jefferson Scott / Photo: Joaquin Carrion.


The normally mean CD Torrevieja defence imploded in Crevillente, conceding three goals and making it well nigh on impossible to make this season's promotion play off competition. It looked as though the back line had been strengthened, with the welcome return of Javi Selvas after his shoulder dislocation, but rudimentary errors allowed the hosts to capitalise and fire home three good goals.
Rafa Gomez had an early opportunity but Oscar came out to narrow his sight on goal and turned the shot away for a corner. Torry earned half a dozen corners in the first fifteen minutes with Martin having a couple of chances to open the scoring. Vicente brought out the best in Oscar who tipped his thirty yard screamer just over the bar for yet another corner. It was Torry who did most of the pressing, but it was Crevillente who were clinical when it came to taking their chances.
It was former Torry striker Abraham who netted a fine goal on seven minutes after receiving a header from close to the byeline. It came at an awkward height, but he swivelled his body and hooked it high into the far corner of the net, giving Miguel no chance. On 20 minutes, Jaime Jornet won the ball ten yards outside the Torry box and lost no time in cracking home a fierce drive, that once more Miguel could not get near.
Torry felt they should have had one if not two penalties in the first period, but both appeals were readily dismissed by the referee. Despite several set pieces, Torry could not penetrate the Crevillente goal. The hosts have now kept five consecutive clean sheets and are giving themselves a real chance of edging into the top four. They wrapped up the match with a quick break midway through the second period, once again Miguel left in an impossible position as Jesus Planelles drove home the third.


Torry rang the changes, using all three substitutes and although Lewis smacked the crossbar with a good effort, it was a clear cut victory for a side that started with three ex Torry men and had another, Cesar, on the bench, who came on with a quarter of an hour left to play. Another away trip to Orihuela this Sunday, but only wins from now on in will be of any real value to a side bursting with ability, but not yet attaining the heights commensurate with that talent.

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