The activity of the FC Barcelona subsidiary continues with the visit of the team led by Rafa Márquez to Real Sociedad B. The culés arrived in Zubieta in search of their first three points away from home in search of the direction of his group of the First RFEF. For the commitment, the míster had Arnau Tenas, Marc Casadó and Pablo Tour, while the drop that stood out was that of the lesionado Álvaro Sanz.
Actions started with a fired-up Basque side dominating possession and putting pressure on Barcelona’s area. This series of plays caused some errors from a part of Barça Atlètic who did not find a way to contain the gust of wind, except for a few punctual cuts in part of Nil Ruiz. However, the marker did not move.
The nightmare of Barça Atlètic
It would be in one of the worst possible times when he would break the tie at Zubieta. At minute 44, Jon Magunacelaya would find the right profile to try his luck again in front of the guardametas culé, who would manage to brush the ball, but the strength of the shot would prevent him from diverting it. With this objective, the Real subsidiary went to rest with advantage.
The start of the second period seemed to prolong the nightmare of Rafa Márquez’s team. You cry at 51 ‘, the directed by Xabi Alonso widened the difference by signing so much tranquility. A bad play by Barça Atlètic when clearing ended up leaving him a ball served to Pablo Marín, the one who soltó a low shot from outside the area to put the 2-0 in the marker.
Luismi Cruz would try to discount a minute after, but his finish on a cross from Álex Fence would come stroking the stick. The abutments would continue to try every means possible to close the gap, but time was starting to run out. Marquez’s changes would also not end up creating the necessary imbalance to avoid the defeat of Barcelona.
In this way, Barça Atlètic cannot climb positions in Group 2 of the First RFEF. Now, the Catalan team is in fifth position with 11 points in a scoreboard led by a solid Alcoyano that adds 16 units in six parties, escorted by the Eldense (13). Castellón and Murcia are third and fourth respectively, with the same points as the culés, but with a better goal difference.