The Futsal Barça took out his pride as a champion and achieved qualification for the semifinals of the First RFEF Futsal after beating Movistar Inter (5-2) in a vibrant match at the Palau. The duel was very intense and also controversial, especially in the penalty and expulsion of Adolfo that ended with 2-2 of Saldise, Y Daniel and the technician Andreu
Square they were also expelled. The opponent in the semifinals will be Palma Futsal and the first confrontation will be this next Saturday in Son Moix.
The duel at the Palau started in the worst possible way for him Barça, since at nine seconds Pola opened the scoring after taking advantage of an error by Daniel in the exit of the ball. It was a blow to the whole of Andreu
Square, who saw how he had to come back if he wanted to go to the semifinals. With the 0-1, Movistar
Inter kept attacking and had good chances to extend his lead, but a sensational Dídac he avoided the visitor’s goal with his stops. As the minutes passed, Barça found itself better in the game and in a rise to the attack of Dídac The Catalans were able to tie the match with a great goal from André
The 1-1 gave wings to the Barça, but the own Coelho he made the sixth foul and the telephones had a double penalty to get ahead again. However, Dídac continued with his recital and guessed the intentions of Martel to avoid the 1-2. In the final stretch of the first half, Aicardo turned the scoreboard after some great action from Ferrao, who saved a ball when it already seemed lost.
After passing through the changing rooms, the controversy arrived. After a goal disallowed at André
Coelho by hands, Adolfo he stopped a shot inside the area with his arm close to the body and the referees did not hesitate to point out the maximum penalty and the expulsion of the Colomense. Dídac stopped the penalty at Saldise, but the scorer of Movistar Inter marked in the reject. Barça wanted to react, but moments later the expelled was Daniel through an entrance from behind to Fer
Drasler. The technician Andreu
Square I angrily protest the decision and also headed down the locker room path when he saw the direct red.
It seemed like a very complicated scenario for him. Barça, but the Catalans defended the numerical inferiority well and maintained the 2-2. The culés wanted to give joy to the fans who filled the stands of the Palau and Matheus had his magical night. First he scored a great goal and then took advantage of a great pass from Marcenio to put the 4-2 after Martel was also expelled by an elbow to Joselito.
Inter he had no choice but to risk to look for the comeback and took out the goalkeeper-player, but Marcenio did the fifth to give peace of mind Barça, who was able to savor the victory in the last two minutes. Character victory Barça, who already wants to measure himself Palm in the semifinals.
Barça: Dídac, Aicardo, Marcenio, Daniel and Ferrao -initial five- Adolfo, André Coelho, Esquerdinha, Ximbinha, Matheus, Povill, Joselito.
Inter: Jesús Herrero, Raya, Pola, Martel and Saldise – initial five – Cecilio, Borja, Boyis, Fer Drasler.
Goals: 0-1, Pola (1 ‘); 1-1, André Coelho (14 ‘); 2-1, Aicardo (18 ‘); 2-2, Saldise (26 ‘); 3-2, Matheus (30 ‘); 4-2, Matheus (36 ‘); 5-2, Marcenio (37 ‘)
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Referees: Rodrigo Miguel and Sánchez-Molina Tapiador. Cards to Cecilio (10 ‘), Ferrao (12’), André Coelho (14 ‘) and Fer Drasler (40’) and they sent off Adolfo (26 ‘), Daniel (27’), Andreu Plaza (27 ‘) and Martel (35 ‘).