The Majorca Palma Futsal carried out a tough test against a Cordoba World Heritage Site who came with options until well into the second half, but ended up giving up (6-2) before a quality and the rhythm of the match printed by Vadillo’s team, which is happy in the countdown to the Champions League and recovers the winning dynamic in the regular league against a rival that does not lift its head.
He started with enthusiasm and marking his ground Córdoba, which generated the first chances of the duel, like the one that Lucas Bolo had at the beginning. But they immediately shook off their rival a Mallorca Palma Futsal that chained a series of chances (Mancuso, Carlitos, Tomaz and Saldise) that served as a warning reached the first quarter of the initial set
Carlitos was looking forward to it and so he found a reward, opening the bookmark by taking advantage of a rejection by Fabio after a shot by Dani Saldise that was stopped by the one who was the goal of the island team (1-0, m. 7). With the score in their favor, Vadillo’s team let loose, and Tayebi’s entry and official debut ended up launching the islanders. The Iranian graced his coming-out with a goal after his compatriot Moslem’s shot was rejected (2-0, m. 9), giving Mallorca Palma Futsal a greater dose of calm.
But the hardest moments arrived for the hosts, recovering meters and the initiative for a Córdoba that shortened distances in the electronics thanks to a goal from a direct free kick by Saura (2-1, m. 15). The tension grew and Tomaz’s goal was disallowed immediately, the prelude to a decisive touch of quality. It was put by Mario Rivillos, who with a low shot and placed on the post beat Fabio again to make it 3-1 (m. 17) with which the halfway point of the duel was reached.
The second half started with Cóŕdoba looking to cut ground, although with more desire than effectiveness, always coming up against the well-positioned defense of Mallorca Palma Futsal. Lucas Bolo and Miguelín tried, but sometimes the lack of aim and other times Luan Muller avoided scares.
On the other hand, the entry of Moslem and Tayebi gave speed to the avant-garde of Mallorca Palma Futsal, for whom a loss on their own field cost them dearly. Viana put the direct to stand alone against Luan Muller and beat him with an unstoppable whiplash to raise the Son Moix score 3-2 (m. 26). He had started again and Saura had it, which almost did not match the contest.
The tension on the floor grew and Córdoba’s foul locker grew, at the same time that Rivilllos made Fabio shine and fly on the way to the equator of the second half, at which time between the post and Muller they frustrated what seemed like the 3- 3, at a time when Mallorca Palma Futsal was short-circuited and the Andalusians’ territorial dominance.
With eight minutes to go and that disturbing 3-2, both teams already had five fouls, risking an electric outcome. But Mallorca Palma Futsal immediately dispelled any doubts, when Tomaz clinched at the back of the net and already inside the area a service after play by Chaguinha that was unstoppable for Fabio: 4-2 and peace of mind. The one that Moslem ratified with 5-2, at the end of an action on the right wing that ended in a goal.
And they could have been more, since Eloy Rojas had it in the subsequent action, although with the game already broken in favor of the Balearic Islands, it was time to apply back. Córdoba made use of the numerical superiority with five minutes to go, but Viana’s expulsion ended up squandering their already few options to add to Son Moix, the locals even wasting a double penalty that Fabio stopped Mancuso, although there was time for the sixth, the work of Tayebi when shedding a rebound from the visiting goal after a poisoned shot by Eloy Rojas (6-2).
6 Mallorca Palma Futsal: Luan Muller, Mancuso, Marlon, Cleber and Rivillos (starting team). Thomas, Eloy Rojas, Dani Saldise, Carlitos, Moslem, Chaguinha, Cainan and Tayebi also played.
2 Cordoba World Heritage Site: Fabio, Lucas Bolo, Jesús Rodríguez, Miguelín and Muhammad (initial team). Zequi, Pulinho, Ismael, Viana and Saura also played.
Referees: González Moreta and Moreno Duran. They showed Moslem, Fabio, Zequi and Ismael yellow cardboard. They directly expelled Viana.
Goals: 1-0, Carlitos, m. 7; 2-0, Tayebi, m. 9; 2-1, Saura, m. 14; 3-1, Rivillos, m. 17. 3-2, Viana, m. 26. 4-2, Thomas, m. 33; 5-2, Moslem, m. 34; 6-2, Tayebi, m. 39.
Incidences: Palace of Son Moix. About 2,500 fans. Tribute was paid to Fabio, now Córdoba goalkeeper.