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MATCH REPORT | CD Acero 1 CD Torrevieja 1. The Waltz Home!
2016-05-16 11:40:00

Match Report Jefferson Scott / Photo Joaquin Carrion.
                          The Waltz Home
It was a slow waltz, sometimes akin to walking football, that completed the league programme for CD Torrevieja in the Port of Sagunto against already relegated Acero. Torry dominated play, easing the ball around and playing the simple, if not beautiful game. For this final contest the manager gave teenager Kike a start and handed the captain's armband to Higon. The surreal element emerged close to full time when Prieto limped off to be replaced by goalkeeper Miguel Serna as Torry's left winger. Miguel asserted post match that had he have had another ten minutes he would have netted the winner!
As it was, Torry finished the campaign with a draw, Prieto scoring in the first half when he toe poked the ball past the home keeper to give Torry a deserved lead. Acero battled hard but their shooting was wildly off target and Kike managed everything readily, aided by the composure and assuredness of Selvas guarding his front. Martin was also solid in the middle of the back four, allowing Luis Carlos his usual forays forward to create Torry's attacking threat.
Carrasco controlled the midfield, belying his years with a non stop performance and making the penetrative passes that opened up the home defence. Other chances went begging, much like in previous games, as both teams played out the statutory ninety minutes, knowing that the result was rather meaningless. Acero levelled the game early in the second period when a cross from the right caused consternation and could not be cleared. It was hit home from close range, with Kike only able to palm it into his net.
Much huffing and puffing ensued with Acero firing the ball left, right and centre of the target, but rarely hitting it. Torry broke fast with Higon and Lewis always dangerous with their pace and ferocity, but neither managing a telling blow. Acero finished bottom of the group with Torry completing their progamme in 11th place on 52 points, well short of their intended top four target.

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