Real Spain thrashes Victoria in the debut of ‘Palomo’ Rodríguez
San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
Real España had a hopeful debut by thrashing Victoria 4-0 this Saturday at the start of the 2023 Clausura Tournament of the Honduran National League, at the Morazán stadium, a match that also marked the debut of Uruguayan Julio ‘Palomo’ Rodríguez as coach of machine.
Claudio Inella and Juan Vieyra, the only signings for the aurinegros to face the domestic championship and the Concacaf Champions League, made their debut on the right foot after the aurinegro triumph. The Uruguayan made his debut with a goal by scoring the first goal of the game and the Argentine showed flashes.
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Real España did not wait long to achieve the first dangerous action of the game. In minute 2, an overflow down the right wing was about to cause an own goal in the Victoria goal. The ball deflected off a jaibo defender, but Roberto ‘Pipo’ López was attentive to the appointment.
Those led by Héctor Vargas responded through Alexy Vega, who sent a precise cross from the tip of the left to the right, there Luis Hurtado picked up the ball and fired a right-footed shot that went near Luis ‘Buba’ López’s crossbar.
The Sampedrano team warned with a shot under the goal of young striker Marco Aceituno after a cross and his shot went high.
Before going to rest, Claudio Inella broke the goal of the jaibos after releasing a spectacular kick from outside the area. The right hand of the Uruguayan hit the crossbar ‘Pipo’ López who launched himself to make the effort.
THE GOALS ARRIVED
In the complement part, ‘Palomo’ Rodríguez made Juan Vieyra debut, who entered as a replacement for Mayron Flores.
At minute 53′, Real España opened the scoring after a corner kick from the field on the left. Vieyra played short, Jhow Benavidez took the ball and Claudio Inella acrobatically defined to beat ‘Pipo’ López.
Eight minutes later, the Argentinian striker Ramiro Rocca increased the advantage on the scoreboard for La Máquina after finding the ball through a shot by Marco Aceituno, ‘Pipo’ López released the ball and the Spanish ’19’ only had to push it.
Darixon Vuelto, who came on as a substitute, scored the third through a superb left-footed shot that crossed La Jaiba’s goal to make it 3-0 for the locals in the 69th minute.
Finally, when the game entered the final part, the Paraguayan Pedro Baez signed the fourth goal after a great assist from José Alejandro Reyes for the final 4-0.
In this way, Real España conquered the first three points of the championship in the debut of Julio ‘Palomo’ Rodríguez.
4 – ROYAL SPAIN: Luis López, Franklin Flores, Getsel Montes, Devron García, Carlos Mejía, Mayron Flores (Juan Vieyra, min.46), Claudio Inella, Miguel Carrasco, Jhow Benavidez, Ramiro Rocca (Pedro Baez, min.65) and Marco Aceituno (Darixon Returned, min.65).
Coach: Julio Rodriguez.
Goals: Claudio Inella (54′), Ramiro Rocca (62′), Darixon Vuelto (70′), Pedro Baez (87′).
0 – WIN: Roberto López, Óscar Suazo, Fabricio Silva, José Colón, Luis Meléndez, Alexy Vega, Rodolfo Espinal, Héctor Aranda, Alexander Aguilar (Elmer Güity, min.56), Carlos Bernárdez and Luis Hurtado.
Coach: Hector Vargas.
Yellow card: Marcelo Espinal (2′).