The English, with Silva holder, left without arguments to Valencia, which fits their worst loss of the preseason.
Valencia closes its British mini-tour with a 2-0 defeat that also left a bitter taste.
Bitter because, despite the opponent's body (the best, no doubt, of all the preseason) and that it was more ro, Valencia did as she left Manchester City and was beaten almost always and almost everything by the British.
As was the Aston Villa yesterday, the 'sky blues', with Silva Holder (left good details) Shagged from the opening whistle and forced the Valencia to defend like a scalded cat. Moya, with two and penalty, avoided the 1-0.
With the passage of minutes it seemed that the Valencia began to find its place, but then burst on the right Boateng, dismasted all behind and put the ball on the head of Barry, who just had to push her head.
Valencia wanted to ginger up after the goal against, but could not. The ball movement was nonexistent, and Soldier was an island above. The only news of the VCF in the attack were two shots of Paul and Joaquin went out briefly.
In the first minutes after the restart gave Valencia improved symptoms and reasons for hope. Tino Costa Banega and finally appeared, they ran the ball better and the ends could at least try to overwhelm the advantage.
The feeling improved, but the chances did not appear. Whoever it was was the City, despite its continuous carousel of changes. Jo Alves told with a shot to the stick at the edge of the half hour.
No longer ruled in the 85th minute when he pushed into the empty net service Vieira. By then, Valencia has a lack of strength.
The most positive aspect of these last few minutes was the debut of Mata, who had nearly a quarter of hour.
- Technical data:
.- MANCHESTER CITY: Hart (Given m.46), Richards, Boateng (Kolo Toure m.46), Kompany (Ibrahim m.78), Kolarov (Cunningham m.73), De Jong (Vieira m.46) Barry (Weiss m.68), Yaya Toure (Lescott m.62), Silver (Wright-Phillips m.36), Tevez (Johnson m.36) and Adebayor (Jo m.73).
M. VALENCIA: Moya, Miguel (Ivan Rubio m.68), David Navarro, Dealbert Del Horno (Bruno m.68); M. Topal, Tino Costa (Mata m.76), Banega; Joaquín, Soldado (Paco Alcácer m.88) y Pablo Topal, Tino Costa (Mata m.76), Banega, Joaquin, Soldado (Paco Alcácer m.88) and Paul
Goals: 1-0, M.33: Barry. 2-0, m.84: Jo Alves. 2-0, m.84: Jo Alves.
Referee: Michael Dean (United Kingdom)
Incidents: pre-season friendly match played before 27,088 spectators.