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Girona added her second consecutive defeat after losing to Atletico Madrid in Montilivi in ​​added time. Morata, in a shot at the second post from a cornerprevented the Catalans from adding a point in the fight for salvation in the 91st minute.

These are the scores of the rojiblanco players:

Gazzaniga (7). compatible. It was the best in Girona. He couldn’t do anything about the conceded goal. He has saved the Catalans before with his saves on several occasions.

Arnau Martinez (6). Correct. He offered good minutes both on the wing and as a midfielder, although it was his mistake that cost him the corner against Girona in added time.

David Lopez (6). Solid. He did well in defense and was on the cusp of scoring one of the goals of the season from midfield.

Santo Bueno (7). Leader. The Uruguayan commanded Girona’s defensive zone and kept opponents at bay for most of the game.

Miguel Gutierrez (5). photographed. Appears in the image of the goal. It was Morata’s mark on the far post, but he completely forgot to follow it.

Oriol Romeo (6). Compass. He kept his balance in Girona but had to retire injured with fifteen minutes to go.

Alexander Garcia (5). Injured. He did not appear as in other games and also had to be replaced due to discomfort.

Borja Garcia (5). Worker. He kept order in midfield helping with defensive duties but was the first to get injured.

Riquelme (6). imbalance. He carried much of Girona’s danger in the attack and even tested him on several occasions, although he did not stand out as much as we are used to.

Tsygankov (6). Talented. The Ukrainian again showed flashes of quality, but he was not destabilizing for his team.

Castilians (5). Occasional. He tried to take advantage of the few balls that came to him. He had the first chance of the game and from there he disappeared.


Valerie (5). Vague. He entered as a possible weapon of the partisan revolution, but he was quite inaccurate in the field.

Ivan Martins (5). Absent. He left with fifteen minutes left and barely featured in his team’s game, with Atlético focused on attack.

Stuani (5). Absent. The Uruguayan could do little in his 200th match. In addition, he saw a yellow card in the short time he played.

Bernardo (sc) and Toni Villa (sc). Not published. No minutes. Nothing could be done in Atlético’s goal.