The match started with FC Andorra pressing the ball out of the locals. Despite the initiative of the locals, the tricolours have taken advantage of its ball mobility and dynamism to reach Hospitalet’s goal with danger. In the 10th minute, Carlos Martinez finished off a foul served by Riverola that ended up in the bottom of the net, but the referee cancelled the goal due the strikers offside position. Seven minutes later, a new Andorran recovery, followed by a team play culminated with a David Martin’s strong shot from outside the goal area that surpassed Aliaga. The spanish winger opened the scorer also making his second goal this preseason.
After the hydration break, the tricolours have continued to dominate the game on the pitch. In the 35th minute, Bover had an occasion to score with a dangerous kick from the frontal area, but the ball went over Hospitalet’s goal. Shortly before the break, double chance tricolor. Loureiro went into the right side reaching the small area and shooting crossed, but his shot was stopped by the local goalkeeper. The rebound went off to Carlos Martinez that with a strong shot forced Aliaga to show off again to avoid the second goal. With 0-1 on the scorer the game reached half time.
At the restart, the home team took advantage of a defensive mistake to score the draw. Miquel Ripoll was left alone against Diego Huesca and overtook him with a low shot that ended up in the back of the net. Nacho Castro’s team, however, showed their personality by rebuilding after the goal received and kept on looking for the winning goal. In the 73rd minute, Borja Herrera appeared on the left side, associating with David Martin. The Segovian left the ball to Casadesús, but his shot was, again, stopped by Aliaga. Minutes later, CE Hospitalet was left with a player less due the expulsion of Eudald Vergés, after a strong foul to David Ballarín minutes after joining the field game.
Already in the last minutes, the tricolours made a last attempt with a direct foul kick from the frontal area, but the shot of Borja Herrera impacted on the defensive fence.
The tricolours end a frenetic weekend, adding the first draw this preseason where they are still undefeated.
The tricolour coach, Nacho Castro, showed his gladness in the press conference room after the good feelings of the players on the pitch.
The segovian winger, David Martín, highlighted the confidence and the high physical and technical level shown by his teammates.