Espanyol and Alhama are the only teams in the current Iberdrola Challenge that have made it to the round of 16 of the Copa de la Reina. The Catalans defeated Alavés while the Murcians beat Eibar. The day also saw the return to green of the injured Salma Paralluelo and Marta Turmo, the victory on penalties of Yellow Submarine and the rout of Athletic Club in Santander.
Doge Logrono 0-0 [4-5] Villarreal
Villarreal sealed their pass to the round of 16 of the Copa de la Reina after beating DUX Logroño on penalties in a duel played at the 82 World Stadium. The clash consumed its 120 minutes without either of the two teams being able to release the light and with the remarkable return of Salma Paralluelo in the Castellón team. The duel was decided from eleven meters, where the goalkeeper Carmen Carbonell was the great heroine of her team by stopping two maximum penalties to Ida Rebecca and Raquel Infante. On behalf of the Yellow Submarine, Yenifer Gimñenez, Sara Medina, Zäira Flores, Tere Morató and Laura Royo scored, while Salma missed the seventh of the round.
Malaga 0-2 Rayo Vallecano
Rayo Vallecano broke a five-match losing streak with a 0-2 win against Málaga at La Rosaleda. After a first half where the performance of María Arrabal prevented the redheads from going into the break ahead on the scoreboard, the balance was broken in the second act. It was the quarry Esther Calderon the one that opened the can after game time by heading into the back of the net a corner kick taken by Paula Fernández. Just three minutes later, Pauleta Sancho He put the sentence by taking advantage of a long pass from Yanara Aedo to solve before the rival goal.
Alhama 3-1 Eibar
Alhama took the victory against Eibar by 3-1 at the Ciudad Deportiva Gudalentín. Violet Quiles ahead of the locals in the first part and Sarah Rubio Y Lena Perez They sentenced in the second half with two goals that would ensure the ticket for the next round. The gunsmith Aida Esteve made up the result in the last minutes.
Espanyol 2-0 Alaves
Espanyol beat Alavés 2-0 at the Ciudad Deportiva Dani Jarque. The parakeets came forward after half an hour of play after Manu Lareo headed in a corner thrown by Maya Yamamoto. At the start of the second act, a combination between Lareo herself and Marianela Szymanowsky finished off the center of the Hispanic-Dominican Osinache Ohale He got into his own goal when he wanted to clear. The Blue and Whites would score a third with four minutes remaining, a header by Xenia Pérez after a corner kick by Adriana Martín, which the braid would end up annulling. The locals also celebrated Marta Turmo’s return to the pitch after seven months away due to injury.
Racing Santander 0-5 Athletic Club
Athletic Club fulfilled the predictions and beat Racing de Santander at the Santa Ana Municipal Field by 0-5. The lionesses they went ahead ten minutes into the game after Nekane Diez Eunate Arraiza’s left-footed center will head to the bottom of the net. Head also, this time Irene Ogiza, the second rojiblanco goal came when he finished off a corner kick from the left side. Already in the second part, Clara Pinedo He made the second after a heel assist from Paula Arana. The red-and-white ’20’ returned to work as an assistant shortly after so that the debutant Sarah Ortega make the meeting room. and it was his own Paula AranaMVP of the match, who put the lock on it with a great goal from 35 meters with four minutes to go.
Granada 0-1 Betis
Betis won the Andalusian derby by beating Granada 0-1 in Los Cármenes. After a goalless first half in which the clearest chance was a shot by De Eira to the crossbar, the Verdiblancas found themselves with the goal at the start of the second half thanks to the opportunism of Lucia Leonwho took advantage of a bad takeoff from the Azarí defense after Andrea Medina’s cross from the left side to put the ball into the rival goal.
Juan Grande 0-1 Valencia
Valencia ended a three-match losing streak with a 0-1 win over Juan Grande on the island. The visitors opened the scoreboard after half an hour of play after a corner taken by Anna Torrodá was finished off in the first instance by Marta Carro and Oriana Altuve appeared in the small area to send the ball to the cage. The locals played the last 23 minutes of the game with one less player on the field due to Raquel Quintana being expelled for a double warning.
Oviedo 1-4 Sporting Huelva
Sporting de Huelva authoritatively resolved their commitment against Oviedo, which they won 0-4 in a duel played at the Tensi. Anita Marcos He put the Huelva team ahead after a quarter of an hour of play by finishing off a dead ball in the area after a corner kick and caused the penalty for the second goal that he would sign Mayra Ramirez from eleven meters. Anita Marcos he saw the door again at the start of the second act, receiving from behind inside the area, turning around and beating Sara Serrat with his right hand. amanda edgren He scored the fourth for the Huelva team in the 87th minute after taking advantage of a filtered pass from Anita Marcos and Carla Gomez he made up the result for the local team in the last minute.