El Garbi Dénia he had the victory very close in the clash he played in the Joan Fuster pavilion, corresponding to the second day of the Autonomous League, in which he tied against Santa Barbara Monover to 29 goals.
The young Dianense team could not give their noisy fans a victory in a match in which the key was in defensive laxity for each other. At the start of the crash, the dominance in the game and on the scoreboard was alternate. Neither did they manage to impose themselves on their rival.
In the equator of the first half, four defensive actions full of intensity and strength caused the locals to achieve rapid transitions that became goals. The dianenses got a maximum income of 3 goals. But, little by little, the visiting team from the extremes was scoring goals and came to tie the game just at the break (13-13).
In the resumption, things remained the same, with two teams that attacked well given the defensive facilities placed by their rivals. The visitors were very successful in their throws from the ends, position from where they got more than half of all their goals.
Attacking errors in the home team increased and this allowed the Monover to get a maximum income of 4 goals. He had to paddle and all at one, that was what the Dianense coach, David Salanova, asked his team after the dead time requested to curb his opponent's streak.
The last ten minutes of the match were the best by Garbi Dénia, who began to better circulate the ball and avoid attacking mistakes. In this way, in the absence of 1 minute for the final, with the equalizer, Pedro Gavilá, the Dianense pivot, had a penalty kick. Until that moment none had failed, but on that occasion the visiting goal took a miraculous foot that deflected the ball. In the next attack, the good Dianense defense prevented the Monover from having the chance to win the match.
In the end, tables on the scoreboard that leaves Garbi Dénia undefeated and with 4 points in the standings before playing his next match, which will be on the track of the Venancio Costa de Almoradi pavilion.