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MATCH REPORT | CD Torrevieja 4 CD Buol 2. Easy all the way!
2016-04-10 20:45:00

Match Report: Jefferson Scott / Photo: Joaquin Carrión.


                            Easy all the way
This was a casual win for Torry, effectively wrapped up by the interval when they were 3-1 to the good. Bunol sit just outside the relegation places and scrapped for the full ninety minutes but were no match for a technically superior home unit.
Torry on the other hand appeared to ease through the game. They could have and should have scored seven or eight, but despite their dominance, showed their customary trait of failing to have that killer touch. That might seem harsh on a side who netted four and hit the post twice, but it remains a fact. Having said that, the Torry goals were well worked and three of them were expertly executed.
Higon only had to guide the ball into the empty net on 7 minutes afte  excellent fast interplay down the left, with Prieto striking against the post. They allowed Bunol back into the game six minutes later, showing a soft centre, that despite the imposing presence of Jorge and the returning Martin. However, two treats from the boots of Rafa and then Prieto put the match safely in Torry's arms.
Rafa bent his shot in from the edge of the box but Prieto's outside of the foot curling effort looked top class. Torry added to this through a superb Chupe strike shortly after the interval, then Prieto shot over the bar when it genuinely seemd easier to score. Bunol pulled one back to make the scorelione look respectable, if somewhat imbalanced and Torry move up a place to 11th in the table ahead of their trip this weekend to Paterna.
Chupe won the Pinada Blinds sponsored Man of the Match award, presented to him by managing director Gordon Boyne and his performance was terrific, picking up the midfield mantle from Ruben Suarez and spraying passing with deadly accuracy. However, Carrasco was arguably even more impressive, working like a tropjan and almost impossible to shake off the ball. Along with Higon, they were the Torry stars on the day they returned to winning ways.
Alas, they are wildly off the pace with no hope of reaching the top four with only five games remaining. The frustration within the camp is palpable as once more a season that promised so much has failed to deliver. It is back to routine training to complete the league programme and consider an exciting prospect of having an academy reserve team next term from a company expert in developing raw talent from around the world and turning them into top class professionals.

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