This is how the lions have played in Balaídos against Celta.
THE BEST LION, YERAY
Another great game for the central rojiblanco. Immeasurable. He did his job and corrected that of one of his colleagues.
UNAI SIMÓN, Relaxed
Celta barely finished between the three suits. The rojiblanco goal stopped what little there was to stop.
Holder on the right-hand side. He plugged his band and unfolded in attack. He lacked precision in the passes.
He returned to combine successes with errors of bulk. It was intoned as the minutes passed.
He plugged his band well and decided at times to raise his band. He has a trade and knows how to be.
He gave a feeling of danger for his band, although he lacked precision and accuracy in the final touch.
UNAI LÓPEZ, Dynamic
He worked well in the wide zone, although some silly turnovers overshadowed his work.
DANI GARCÍA, Forceful
He worked well at the level of containment and provided some criteria when it came to getting the ball out.
He tried for his band at all times. He combined successes with errors, but he delivered.
RAÚL GARCÍA, Changed
He did his job against the strong local back, but only until the break. He needed to be more clothed.
He fought with the local centrals and left some details when it came to passing and finishing.
He came out in the second half and moved through the center. He provided details, although he had plenty of ball driving in specific sets.
He entered with the advanced game and helped to contain in the center of the field. He complied.
He did not quite get into the match and sometimes he played too close to the right wing.
DE MARCOS, Disoriented
He played the last minutes ahead of Lekue. He did not finish getting into the game.
He was seen with enthusiasm in the very few minutes he had. He fought with caste.
He threw rotations and the team defended with order and criteria. In attack, on the other hand, it was not so fine.