Three and easy for Javi Guerra

Javi Guerra: Second half hat-trick

Javi Guerra: Second half hat-trick

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Javi Guerra bagged a second-half hat-trick to information Real Valladolid out of La Liga’s bottom three after Celta Vigo were decreased to 10 males.

Valladolid spent many of the first half on the again-foot, however once Charles Dias had been sent off early in the second half the hosts took management and Guerra’s objectives gave them a vastly essential three-0 win.

The consequence sees Valladolid transfer to 16th place, two points clear of the underside three and degree on factors with their opponents, who’re one place higher on goal distinction.

Celta Vigo created plenty of the early operating, but Dias curled an effort over earlier than a further effort by Augusto Fernandez was likewise off-target.

Guerra had a good sight of purpose for Valladolid in the 19th minute however Gustavo Cabral made the block.

Fernandez then drilled a strong effort vast earlier than Diego Marino used his ft to maintain out a shot from Nolito who ought to have done higher from a very good place.

Dias then loved the very best chance of the sport with a strong header, however Marino did well to show it around the put up on the expense of a corner.

Valladolid have been struggling to carry a major threat themselves, with Patrick Ebert capturing weakly when effectively placed within the 34th minute.

As a substitute, Celta continued to press but another curling effort from Dias was off-target before the break.

Issues modified in favour of the hosts in the 56th minute when Dias fouled the goalkeeper and was dismissed for a second bookable offence – having also introduced down Alvaro Rubio midway by means of the primary half.

With out the person who had carried a lot of their risk within the first half, Celta discovered themselves on the backfoot after which behind seconds after the hour mark.

Ebert turned provider this time, playing the ball in from the fitting for Guerra to fit residence.

They doubled their lead seven minutes later when Carlos Pena crossed from the left for Guerra to move house.

Rafinha tried to get the guests back in the game in the 75th minute but his curling effort sailed over the crossbar.

Jesus Rueda went close to a third for the hosts quickly after as he met Ebert’s nook, but Yoel Rodriguez held on.

Rafinha had a chance to get Celta back in the sport with 5 minutes to play but Rueba blocked the shot and moments later, Guerra’s third of the night killed them off completely.

Oscar Garcia was the supplier this time, crossing from the correct to go away Guerra to finish from close-range.

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