Ferreyra, Dídac and Vargas: exhibition dedicated to Jarque

Ferreyra, Dídac and Vargas: exhibition dedicated to Jarque

August 13, 2019 0 By admin

Almost everything is ephemeral. From summer to idols, like a Borja Iglesias last night parakeet and that may soon be bético, or a nascent Vargas. Even life (no matter how much the shirt tries to disguise it as pink), as demonstrated ten years ago with Dani Jarque. And the goals. But those last two factors can together endure over time. With the indexes pointing to the sky, Espanyol celebrated his three goals in Swisporarena, in the first leg of Q3 of the Europa League, which bring you closer to the group stage.

The Luzern entrance was well positioned to recover and search the cons to Ndenge already Eleke. And a little more. Seen the calico, an increasingly recognizable Espanyol took control, with the only change of Lluís by Bernardo and persisting in Pedrosa in front of Didac. The 0-1, however, came by the other band, in a break-up movement of Melendo left for Ferreyra to push with the head. Infallible the 'Chucky', with six goals in five games.

Only a mess in the area could be worth Kakabadze and Demhasaj to match before the Espanyol was launched in search of the sentence that he found, after Müller stops before Borja and Pedrosa, in a left-handed shot from Dídac to the first post.

The parakeet domain was only missing the entry of Darder, Wu Lei and Vargas, this one in his official debut, to revolutionize a tie that sentenced the 'Monito' in a goal by the squad, after drawing a very characteristic diagonal. Luzern and Espanyol will arrive in Cornellà, just around the corner with paperwork. Surely ephemeral.


Ibrahima Ndiaye (60 ', Silvan Sidler), Darder (60 ', Marc Roca), Matias Vargas (66 ', Adrià Pedrosa), Wu Lei (70 ', Ferreyra), Francesco Margiotta (77 ', Shkelqim Demhasaj), Eric Tia (88 ', Blessing Eleke)


0-1, 27 ': Ferreyra, 0-2, 58 ': Didac, 0-3, 88 ': Matias Vargas


Tsiy-William Ndenge (11 ', Yellow) Adrià Pedrosa (13 ', Yellow) Blessing Eleke (26 ', Yellow) Victor Sanchez (62 ', Yellow) Didac (73 ', Yellow

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