Print Six Goals After 2004, Valencia’s Indication of Champion?
Valencia won by a convincing 6-3 when they travel to Real Betis headquarters in the Spanish League on Sunday (15/10/2017) or Monday early morning hrs.
Six Valencia goals scored by Geoffrey Kondogbia (35th minute), Goncalo Guedes (45 ‘), Rodrigo (64’), Santi Mina (74 ‘), Simone Zaza (88’) and Andreas Pereira (90 ‘) opponents of Joel Campbell (79 ‘), Antonio Sanabria (80’) and Christian Tello (84 ‘).
In the history of Valencia’s participation in La Liga, the Spanish league’s highest caste, this is the fourth time they can score six goals while away.
From the notes Opta reported by BolaSport.com, the last time the team nicknamed Los Che is able to hit the ball six times to the goal host is in 2004 when travel to the headquarters of Malaga.
In a match that was held at La Rosaleda Stadium on 1 February 2004, Valencia managed to hit the host with a score of 6-1. Valencia’s Brazilian striker Ricardo de Oliviera scored a hat-trick on the match that resulted in the 14th, 58th and 65th minutes. Three other goals were scored by Mista (4 ‘), Carlos Marchena (48’) and David Albelda (72 ‘).
While the host Malaga can only reply to a goal by Salva Ballesta’s kick in the 73rd minute. That season, Valencia ended the Spanish League as champions with a collection of 77 points, winning five points over second place, Barcelona.
If a six-point incision in the away party becomes a benchmark, is it possible that Valencia can return to the Spanish league champions this season?
Valencia steps are heavy but not necessarily impossible. Marcelino Garcia Toral’s men currently occupy second place in the Spanish league standings with 18 points from eight games. Velancia left behind four points from top standings while Barcelona.