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15.11.2008 19:45

Unfair draw (0-0)

Edgar Fornós

Barça Atlètic and Gavà have drawn 0-0 at the Miniestadi. Luis Enrique’s side dominated from the start and enjoyed a number of chances throughout the game.

Barça have now gone four games without defeat but will still feel they deserved more than a point from their encounter with Gavà. They created chance after chance while Gavà did almost nothing to deserve the away point, having created very little in the way of trouble for home keeper Ruben Miño.

Wasted opportunities

QM3D6011.jpgBarça Atlètic piled on the pressure throughout the first 45 minutes, but despite such good intent, Luis Enrique and his players eventually had nothing to celebrate. A Xavi Torres strike was saved brilliantly, and there were also clear-cut opportunities for Pedro, who twice shot wide, and for Maric, whose effort was from just too narrow an angle.

Gavà looked happy to defend, and other than a single effort from Tarradelles, did nothing to trouble the home side.

More of the same

QM3D5945.jpgBarça Atlètic continued wreaking havoc on Oscar’s goal in the second half, once again with no reward. Nolito sent the ball onto the post after brilliantly turning his defender, and minutes later Maric looked like he had finally broken the deadlock, but luck simply was not on his side.

A couple of free kicks from Víctor Vázquez and Rochina were both heading in, but the Gavà keeper was just too quick, and with just seconds to go, young Ruben Rochina tried a desperate long range effort, but couldn’t find the net either.

Ninety minutes of superiority from Barça Atlètic eventually ended with nothing to show for it other than a point that the home fans will surely think should have been three.
Unfair draw (0-0)
Barça Atlètic, 0
Gavà, 0

Barça Atlètic: Miño, Corcoles, Joni López, Hector Verdés, Botía, Xavi Torres, Pedro, Longàs (Abraham), Maric (Rochina), Víctor Vázquez and Nolito (Gai)

Gavà: Oscar, Juan Carlos, Gimeno, Socias, Piti, Puigdollers, Borrel, Bustillo, Tarradelles, Pitu and Keko.

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