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MATCH REPORT | CD Segorbe 0 CD Torrevieja 3. Off the bottom!
2016-10-30 09:10:00

Match Report: Jefferson Scott / Photo: Golsmedia.

                   Off the Bottom!

 
Torry defeated Segorbe 3-0 in Castellon on Saturday evening to lift themselves off the bottom of the table. Now the trick is to stay off and start moving up the table week by week. That is eminently possible, based on this enterprising display, which saw them keep a clean sheet for the first time in 12 matches.
 
It was nearly not so, as once more Torry conceded an early penalty - their fifth in just over 180 minutes of play! This has become a bad habit, one they must kick without delay. However, Oscar Moreno blasted his spot kick high and Torry breathed a sigh of relief. This was a schoolboy error, much like the one that saw Buba try to start the game with a shirt barely indistinguishable from that of his team mates. The referee rightly got him to chance into an ornage one. The first period was littered with half chances, both sides showing why they filled the bottom two places - poor passing, weak finishing and no real threat on goal, though Torry looked the more likely to score. Carrasco and Dani Salazar were outstanding,  both composed, played the ball constructively, read the game well and gave a solid feel to a team that had yet to keep a clean sheet
 
Vicente returned to action after his suspension and was splendid, making a vital block midday through the first half when a goal looked a certainty. Luis Carlos worked hard in defence and attack. and won the ball in his own half when Pastor came short for the pass. Once in possession Pastor ran at his marker, then cut inside and from 25 yards curled a superb shot into the top corner of the net. It was a wonderful goal that gave Torry the lead at the interval. As expected though, Segorbe came out for the second half fully determined to level the game.They pressed hard and Buba was at his best to keep his goal intact. Juanmi had endured a shaky first period, but he made several important tackles and clearances in the second half, redeeming hmself fully. Torry absorbed considerable pressure until Damian was introduced.
 
He immediately changed the complexion on the game, eagerly receiving the ball and creating space, then able to make passes accurately and tellingly. He did so on 70 minutes, picking out Pastor with a long cross field ball, which Pastor controlled with his right, looped over his opponent and smashed into the roof of the net with his left. Another glorious Pastor piece of magic. Torry added a third after Lewis had smashed a shot against the post and both Hugo and Damian had tried their luck with free kicks. This time Matheus cooly slotting home when a Segorbe defender made a bad pass to his keeper which the Torry striker intercepted. Matheus played well throughout, his only blot coming when he received a silly caution for kicking the ball into the net after the whistle had gone to penalise him for being offside.
 
Full marks to the referee this time round who realised that Matheus had received the ball from a Segore player and waved away the offside flag of his assistant, who clearly missed who had last played the ball. The crowd were incensed, but it was a 100% correct decision. Torry might have scored more but this victory lifted them off the bottom of the table and saw them keep a clean sheet for the first time in 12 matches. Now it is vital to follow up with a first home win of this campaign against Silla. The match kicks off at 5pm at the Nelson Mandella on Sunday 6 November..