To the victory in the Heliodoro, which gives him an advantage in the semifinals of the playoff, Tenerife clings to its season away from home to conquer Gran Canaria. those of Luis Miguel Ramis finished the regular phase as the best away team adding 37 points thanks to his 11 wins and four drawssomething that it had never achieved throughout its hundred years of history.
It is that with these statistics, the Blue and Whites managed to beat the best away record held by Rafa Benítez’s Tenerife which in the 2000/01 academic year had managed to win ten times. With Jose Luis Oltra, in 2008/09, nine had been achieved. In both cases, that is to say, promotion to the First Division was consummated.
This story of joy began back in August, at the premiere of the championship when it was won in extremis in Fuenlabrada (1-2). Later he succeeded in Valladolid (0-2), Huesca (1-2), Leganes (1-2), Saragossa (0-2), Ponferradina (1-2), Alcorcon (0-2), Gijon (1-2), Royal B (1-2), Lugo (0-1) and Girona (0-1). Almost nothing. It is worth noting that, among the six foreign defeats is that of the derby on yellow soil.
John Sorianothe team’s starting goalkeeper, highlighted after the win in the first leg that now it’s time to “play a good game there. It’s a 180-minute tie and we’re going to have to suffer there. They play in their stadium and they have to win to qualify, but we are clear about our style and we are going to die with it”, explained the Andalusian goalkeeper.
In the remembered campaign with Benítezthe people from Tenerife won the Getafe (0-5), Compostela (0-2), Racing de Ferrol (1-2), Atletico Madrid (1-2), University of Las Palmas (0-1), Betis (0-2), Badajoz (1-2), elche (0-2), Murcia (0-1) and Leganes (0-1). With otherthe nine foreign joys were consummated in Elche (2-4), Albacete (0-1), the palms (0-1), Alaves (1-2), at Nastic of Tarragona (1-2), Salamanca (1-2), against Real Sociedad (1-2), Seville Athletic (0-4) and Girona (0-1).