Granada and Valencia played 2:2 in the 33rd round of the Primera. Granada and Valencia were searching for a victory that would bring them closer to the Europa League and half remained.

The Andalusian team deserved better luck but for much of the match, they underestimated a rival ‘s reaction potential with a dying presence. In the end, both teams were left unsatisfied with the tie.

The hosts opened the game better, we saw a controversial decision on VAR in the 36th minute. Granada wanted a penalty after playing Mangala ‘s hand in their penalty area, but after reviewing the footage, the referee did not issue the severest penalty.

Fernandez and Soldado were trying to offer an advantage to the home team but Silesen was on the ground.

Granada also takes the lead; in the 61st minute, Fernandez calmly uses the offense. Yet just two minutes later, the “bats” from the first shot into the frame hit the alignment.

Vallejo is the winner, Cherishev is written the assist.

Valencia will soon hit a turning point, Gonzalo Guedes’ real bomb and in the 68th minute, the Bats lead 2:1.

Soldado had another great chance, but once again Silesen responded well.

Reservist Fede is still giving a point from a free-kick to the home team, he scored in the 86th minute and set the final 2-2.

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