La Liga: Cádiz steals a draw versus Mallorca

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CáDIZ. Cádiz found a way to clinch a late draw against Mallorca with a late goal from A. Negredo.

CáDIZ. Cádiz was capable to clinch a draw against Mallorca with a late goal from A. Negredo scored in the (90′) after Mallorca got a lead with a goal from I. Baba (30′). Mallorca couldn’t win even though he was superior in terms of holding the ball possession (56%)

The match was held at the Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla Stadium in Cádiz on Sunday and this began at 1:00 pm local time. The referee was Valentín Pizarro Gómez with the help of José Antonio Garrido Romero and Iván Masso Granado. The 4th official was Daniel Palencia Caballero. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant around 21 degrees Celsius or 69.71 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 86%.​

Match Statistics

Mallorca was in firm control of the ball 56% while Cádiz was struggling with a 44% ball possession.

Cádiz was more aggressive with 48 dangerous attacks and 13 shots of which 2 were on target. However, this did not suffice for Cádiz to win the match​.

Cádiz shot 13 times, 2 on target, 11 off target. On the opposite side, Mallorca shot 11 times, 5 on target, 6 off target.


Cádiz received 3 yellow cards (Fali, J. Cala and T. Alarcon). On the other side, Mallorca received 6 yellow cards (A. Ndiaye, D. Rodriguez, A. Sedlar, I. Baba, Lee Kang-In and M. Reina).

Also, Mallorca didn’t manage to end the match with 11 players after A. Sedlar (Mallorca) was sent out after receiving a second yellow card (87′).

L. Garcia (Mallorca) was sent out after receiving a straight red card in the (83′).

After this match, Cádiz will have 8 points like Granada to stay in the 18th place. On the opposite side, Mallorca will have 13 points to stay in the 12th place.

Match Events

  • 18'

    A. Ndiaye

  • 20'


  • 30'

    I. Baba

  • 31'

    D. Rodriguez

  • 46'

    Víctor Chust


  • 46'

    Aleksandar Sedlar

    Martin Valjent

  • 51'

    A. Sedlar

  • 61'

    A. Negredo

    R. Sobrino

  • 62'

    T. Alarcon

    J. Jonsson

  • 63'

    A. Sanchez

    A. Ndiaye

  • 63'

    I. Ruiz de Galarreta

    S. Sevilla

  • 70'

    S. Arzamendia

    I. Chapela

  • 73'

    Abdón Prats

  • 74'

    Iddrisu Baba

  • 74'

    Iza Carcelén (Red card cancelled)

  • 74'

    Iddrisu Baba (Card upgrade)

  • 77'

    Juan Cala

  • 80'

    Milutin Osmajic

    Iza Carcelén

  • 82'

    Joan Sastre

    Pablo Maffeo

  • 87'

    Aleksandar Sedlar

  • 90'

    R. Battaglia

    Lee Kang-In

  • 90'

    Álvaro Negredo (Penalty)

  • 90'

    Tomás Alarcón

  • 90'

    Manolo Reina

Next match

In the upcoming La Liga match, Cádiz will play away against Athletic Club on the 5th of November with a 2-2 head to head.

Mallorca will host Elche on the 7th of November with a 0-0 head to head record.

Cádiz: Formation and Lineups

Cádiz started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

The manager Álvaro Cervera Díaz chose to play with the following team: Jeremías Ledesma (7.0), Isaac Carcelén (7.1), Juan Cala (6.8), Fali (6.1), Alfonso Espino (7.1), Ivan Chapela (6.6), Jens Jønsson (6.9), Álex Fernandez (7.0), Alberto Perea (6.3), Anthony Lozano (7.2) and Rubén Sobrino (6.3).


Cádiz made 5 changes: Fali for V. Chust (46′), R. Sobrino for A. Negredo (61′), J. Jonsson for T. Alarcon (62′), I. Chapela for S. Arzamendia (70′) and I. Carcelen for M. Osmajic (80′).

Top player: Anthony Lozano

Probably the most impressive player in Cádiz was Anthony Lozano.

His rating is (7.2) with 11 passes (72% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 14. He performed 2 crosses.

Mallorca: Formation and Lineups

Mallorca started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

On the opposite side, Luis García Plaza played with: Manolo Reina (6.8), Pablo Maffeo (7.5), Martin Valjent (6.9), Franco Russo (6.9), Brian Oliván (6.4), Iddrisu Baba (8.6), Salva Sevilla (7.6), Amath Ndiaye (6.7), Kang-in Lee (6.8), Dani Rodriguez (6.5) and Ángel Rodríguez (7.1).


Mallorca made 5 changes: M. Valjent for A. Sedlar (46′), S. Sevilla for I. Ruiz de Galarreta (63′), A. Ndiaye for A. Sanchez (63′), P. Maffeo for J. Sastre (83′) and Lee Kang-In for R. Battaglia (90′).

Top player: Iddrisu Baba

The player who no doubt impressed Mallorca the most was Iddrisu Baba.

His rating is (8.6) with 1 goal, 47 passes (82% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 11 duels out of 15.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the La Liga



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