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Spanish football championship – Incredible match played by Betis and Granada 2-2

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After as many as three goals were scored in the last minutes of the match, Real Betis and Granada played 2-2, in the match of the 29th round of the Spanish football championship.

Betis and Granada played the unimaginable finale at the Benito Villamarín Stadium in Seville. As many as three goals were scored between 85 and 90 + 1 minutes, and in the end, it ended 2-2.

With a goal by Carlos Fernandez in the 29th minute, Granada took the lead and the guests held the lead until the very end. But in the very end, they conceded two goals in the space of 120 seconds. In the 85th minute, Sergio Canales balanced from a penalty kick, and two minutes succeeding Tello marked with a great diagonal shot from the edge of the penalty area to score for 2-1.

However, the great joy of the home players was short-lived. After a corner kick for 2-2, Roberto Soldado scored with a fantastic shot in the first minute of the referee’s compensation.

Levante and Sevilla played 1-1, in the first game of the 29th round.

Barcelona leads the table with 61 points, Real Madrid has two points less, and Sevilla is third with 10 points less than Barca.

Getafe – Espanyol, Villarreal – Mallorca and Barcelona – Leganes are scheduled for Tuesday, Eibar – Athletic, Valladolid – Celta, and Osasuna – Atletico will play on Wednesday, while Alaves – Real S. and Real M. will play on Thursday. Valencia.


Goals: 0-1 Carlos Fernandez (29 ‘), 1-1 Sergio Canales (85’), 2-1 Tello (87 ‘), 2-2 Soldado (91’)

Betis: Joel; Emerson, Mandi, Feddal, Pedraza; Edgar, Guardado, Canales, Fekir, Joaquín, Loren.

Granada: Rui Silva, Foulquier, Germán, Vallejo, Neva; Azeez, Eteki; Machís, Puertas, Fede Vico; Carlos Fernández.

Rupal Purohit
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