The eleven of day 41 of the AS newspaper in LaLiga SmartBank

Rubén Castro celebra su hat-trick ante el Amorebieta.


Expensive (Burgos)

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The goalkeeper kept a clean sheet for the eighth time in 15 games, against a Málaga team that was playing for mathematical salvation. The four saves from him well deserve a place in the eleventh of the penultimate day.


From the Beautiful (Cartagena)

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De la Bella said goodbye to football against Amorebieta after 14 seasons as a professional and the winger wanted to leave his mark with an exquisite assist for Castro to complete his hat-trick. Precious picadita to the second post.

Miguel Rubio (Burgos)

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The central defender, on loan from Getafe, had a key performance in both goals. In the rival, he to score the only goal of the game (his third goal of the season). In his own, to save a goal sung in the same line.

Andrew (Huesca)

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It is never late if happiness is good. Andrei’s debut as Huesca’s scorer was long in coming, but he finally scored. And what a goal! Great driving from the right wing and after assistance from Joaquín Muñoz, a little step and a low goal.

Eleven from matchday 41 at LaLigaSmartBank.

Eleven from matchday 41 at LaLigaSmartBank.


Moleiro (Las Palmas)

Photo by Alberto Moleiro

Another of those who have superlative football at his age is Moleiro. The midfielder started the comeback against Oviedo with a tremendous goal that Gaizka Mendieta himself signed for you. Voleon from outside the area.

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Viera (Las Palmas)

Photo by Jonathan Viera

Jonathan Viera repeats in the eleven of the day for the fifth consecutive day that coincides with his fifth day seeing the door. Absolute record. And we never get tired of saying it: the Second is too small for the Las Palmas midfielder.

Arnau Puigmal (Almeria)

Photo by Arnau Martinez

Almería could have certified their promotion if they had beaten Alcorcón, but they ended up drawing and at 93′. Arnaru Puigmal scored the goal that kept him level on points (although second by goal average) with Eibar.

Stoichkov (Eibar)

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We have allowed ourselves the license to place Stoichkov among the midfielders, since he appears everywhere. His great goal against Tenerife, to open the scoring, makes him worthy of this site. Jugadón to leave four players by power and definition with the outside.


Ruben Castro (Cartagena)

Photo by Ruben Castro

40 years and 20 goals. Numbers that demonstrate the spectacular state of form in which Rubén Castro finds himself. Hat-trick (seven years later) against Amorebieta, to round off a spectacular season.

Stuani (Girona)

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If the thing is about scorers, in that few beat Stuani. Girona’s goal man, top scorer in the Second Division, scored a brace to beat a quarrelsome Mirandés. The Catalans have in their hands to play the promotion playoff.

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Weissmann (Valladolid)

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Another of the infallible gunners of the category. The Israeli scored another brace against Ibiza to come back from the game and thus keep Valladolid with hopes of direct promotion ahead of the last day.


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