La Liga — 30 March 2013

Malaga won in the visit to Vallecas before his Champions match

Malaga’s Chilean midfielder Pedro Morales, Vallecas who played in his second game of the season, the first as a starter, had a brave game against Rayo Vallecano, scoring a goal and assisting in the other two to the Brazilians Wellington and Julio Baptista for the win 1-3.

A intense duel for the European places, starred Rayo Vallecano and Malaga this Saturday, at the Vallecas stadium, where the Malaga never have won in five visits until today, where they broke those statistics.

The right wing of the Andalusian was the biggest headaches brought by Rayo, by that side came the opening goal after 21 minutes, when the Chilean Pedro Morales assisted Wellington, which without opposition from any player, headed defeating the goalkeeper David Cobeño.

Nine minutes later, the home side managed an equalizer through Piti, who deceived Willy Caballero, scoring from the penalty spot after the referee had pointed out the penalty shot

Rayo could turn the marker before the break, if Jose Carlos had been successful after a measured center from Casado, despite he kicked with time and space he missed the net, and sent it off.

In the second half, Rayo Vallecano came out just as they ended the first half, and six minutes after the restart the Guinean Lass Bangoura won the Portuguese Antunes´s back, but was rejected by Caballero.

That meant no warnings for Malaga, who continued to play at the same rhythm and with the same style. Their opportunity came again thanks to a corner kick where Julio Baptista, with another defensive error finished the play with a the ball in the net.

The third goal came by the Chilean Morales with a long distance shot, finishing a great game for him.


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