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Andorra miss the goal

Andorra broke the poor run of results away from home although they left La Cerámica feeling they could have taken something more positive. The Tricolours dominated and did more than their opponent to take all three points, but they couldn't find a way to score in a game marked by fog. For his part, Villarreal B also had some clear opportunities to score and unbalance the game.

Despite the goalless result, on the pitch it was possible to see –well, in fact, not much– an entertaining game with options in both areas. The first to try it was Jorge Pascual after a set piece, but Dani Martín was good save the yellow striker's shot. For its part, Andorra responded with a good header from Lobete, a shot from Petxa and a move from Sergio Molina, who stood in front of the goalkeeper but could not make the shot.

Just before half-time, fortune could have allied with Andorra, but Pampín's free-kick deflected by the wall narrowly missed the goal. After halftime, the Tricolours started better, dominating even more and locking Villarreal into their own field. However, the Yellows threatened to hurt in some quick transition.

Either way, the Tricolours have had much more of a presence in the rival area, such as a close-range shot from Alvaro that saved Morro, a header from Scheidler or an Iker Benito’s shot that hit the crossbar. On the other side, Ontiveros finished too wide in the 1v1 against Dani Martin, but Eder Sarabia's side responded with move shot from Lobete.

In the last minutes, Dani Martín saved Ferrari’s goal and Morro did the same with Iván Gil.

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