The Juvenile of the CD Dénia saves the category when winning the Torre Levante (0-1)

The youth team CD Dénia save the category by winning in Orriols before the Levante Tower by 0 to 1. Once again, the guys who run Fredu have shown that when things get worse, they know how to survive. His spirit of overcoming again emerged in the capital of the Turia to achieve the goal that had been asked, which was none other than retaining the status of National League.

During the game there were moments of great tension, because despite playing well, the Dianense team did not succeed in materializing the chances they created. This endemic evil has persecuted this team throughout the season. Their results have not been consistent with their game, especially in the period in which Fredu has worked with them.

In València things were tied, while in the feud of Elche, the CD Steel was early on with an advantage on the scoreboard. The Sagunto scored in the 6 minute, so it was the Dianense team that was down.

It came to rest with the draw to zero in Valencia and with the advantage of CD Acero in Elche.

In the second half, the Dianense coach chose to refresh his team and this proved essential. Pau Benavente entered from the bench and in one of the first balls that he touched he managed to overtake CD Dénia, in the 69 minute. A goal that at that time gave permanence to his team. Three minutes later, in Elche, the Steel CD marked the 0 to 2.

The Marina Alta team knew how to suffer and contain the local attacks, while in Elche things improved as the locals shortened the differences in the 80 minute. And the joy overflowed when the referee signaled the end of the match. The dianenses and their companions merged in a single hug. It did not matter much that the Elche drew 89 minute to CD Acero, CD Dénia did the homework without relying on others and this had as a reward the stay for the second consecutive season in the National League.

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