Home defeat against UD Ibiza (0-1)

CD Atlético Baleares fell at home against UD Ibiza after a match in which the white-and-blue deserved more. Ferroni, Nuha, and Rochina had very clear chances to take all three points, but the post and the visiting goalkeeper prevented the goal. Gallar, in the second half, scored the only goal of the match.

Before the match, a tribute was paid to the club’s Juvenil A team after securing promotion to División de Honor. From there, the match began with the home side pressing and Nuha having the first chance. The Ibiza team had possession, but without creating serious danger. It wasn’t until the last minute of the first half when Sulei scored, but the assistant referee ruled it out for offside.

The second half continued similarly, with the Ibiza side having possession but with chances and dangerous approaches from the white-and-blue. In the 79th minute, Gallar scored the only goal of the match with a great shot that was impossible for Jero to save, who had not had to intervene throughout the match. In the final stretch, the home team pushed hard and came close to equalizing.

With the score 0-1, the match ended.

CD Atlético Baleares: Jero, Campabadal, Juanra, Josep Jaume, Zalaya, Villapalos, Azeez, Pastrana, Rochina, Ferroni, and Nuha

Substitutions: David Rodríguez for Rochina (min. 75). Fede for Ferroni (min. 75). Piera for Azeez (min. 84). Ortega for Campabadal (min. 84).

UD Ibiza: Segueira, Medina, Pepe, Monjonell, Javi Jiménez, Fausto, Eugerni, Sulei, Gallar, Roberto Arroyo, Obolski.

Substitutions: Rubén Díez for Roberto Arroyo (min. 60) Soko for Sulei (min. 74). Olabe for Fausto Tienza (min.74). Arturo for Álex Gallar (min. 87). Escassi for Eugeni (min. 87).

Goal: 0-1, Álex Gallar (min. 79)

Jaume Mut’s assessments:

“I think we’ve been good throughout the game. I don’t remember any chances for Ibiza throughout the game. Ours, yes. We’ve done everything we can to get something more.”

“It starts to hurt, especially for the players. If yeou see the week or watch the game… you can’t ask for more. We just need the ball not to go in. I’m not excusing myself.”

“We are professionals and we are obliged to get up tomorrow. Even if we are annoyed. We defend a club and a fan base. We will give our best even though it is not easy. Today’s result is tough…”

“We can be annoyed today and tomorrow, but this squad will not stop pushing for a second until the end. This squad will give 100%. They are great professionals. We promise work and dedication until the end.”

“I respect people’s opinions, but they hurt me because the team is giving everything. I’m sorry that fans think badly of the players. With a lot of respect, but the team is giving everything.”