History repeats itself and once again CFS Mar Dénia lets out a triumph that he had in his hand after a first half in the field of UD Arenys de Munt where he controlled the game from start to finish.
In minute 4 came the 0-1, the work of Juanjo, after a good collective move, and three minutes later it was Edu Romany who made the 0-2 from outside. The Dianense team owned the ball and controlled the game, locking up the local team in their field. In the 11th minute it was the debutant Pau Argudo, coming from the youth team, who surprised the local goalkeeper with a strong outside shot, scoring the 0-3. With this resulting, the break was reached, although there were many occasions available to Mar Dénia to have increased the difference and sentenced the game.
The beginning of the second half was similar, with a more relaxed Mar Dénia, in part due to the short staff. The Arenys little by little, before the decrease of rhythm of the rival, happened to defend in half track, raising its lines and began to look for goal. And so, in the 29th minute, came 1-3. Goal quickly answered since, a minute later, Curro marked 1-4, but in the next play an outside shot surprised Roque and meant 2-4.
The local team grew and put the goalkeeper player on the track to look for the comeback. In the 36th minute a failure in a pass inside the area meant 3-4 and a minute later, from an outside shot, the level reached four.
There were three minutes to go and the local team, after achieving a draw and with the support of their audience, continued to seek victory with a goalkeeper player, but the scoreboard would no longer move, reaching the end of the match with the result 4-4 .
A point that, given the current qualifying situation, does not matter much but that left a squad touched that once again saw a victory slip away when they had the game under control.
The next day, CFS Mar Dénia will host Pallejá FS at home in what will be the last game of the Dianense team at home this season. The game will be played on Saturday at 16:30 p.m. at the Municipal Sports Center.