ANDThis 26th round of the Second Division has been by far the one that has recorded the fewest goals so far in the championship. A total of 10 few goals. And what's more, it turns out that no visiting team scored… something that hasn't happened since 1934.

That's right, of the 11 games that were played, eight local teams managed to win, of which six managed it by a single goal in favor. Only Burgos and Racing de Santander They beat Racing de Ferrol and Espanyol by two goals to zero.

In any case, if it's any consolation, at least five of the 10 goals scored were extremely well executed. Like the one scored by the racing player Juan Carlos Arana against Espanyol after a counterattack or a great goal Ignacio Mndez from outside the box to Oviedo in the always intense Asturian derby.

Likewise, there were also high quality saves, which were partly responsible for the score changing in this way at the end of the championship day. Those of goalkeeper Eldense stood out from the rest, lvaro Acebes, after a header from Huesca striker Samuel Obeng; or the hand that took away Edgar Bada shot at close range by Jon Bautista Eibar – Zaragoza.

The competition's top scorer continues to be the Espanyol striker, Martin Braithwaitewith 14 goals, while Zamora is none other than Roman Leo (Oviedo) with a coefficient of 0.77 goals per game.



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