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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Paco Alcácer scoring three goals with the selection

Alcácer Paco is one of the most promising footballers in Valencia and completely played this season Cup match against the Logroñés. Yesterday, the young black and white was the big star of the meeting that the selection of Spain played against Canary combined 4-1 in the final game of the second day of the XXXVII International Youth Soccer Tournament Atlantic Cup. The Valencia scored three of the four goals for the national team.
Alcácer Paco was the main protagonist of the 4-1 victory that did Spain to the Canary combined in the last game of the second day of the XXXVII International Youth Soccer Tournament Atlantic Cup. Valencia turned the three goals for the U 19 which runs 13 minutes Julen Lopetegui.Corría when Deivis decreed maximum penalty of about Francis. The penalty was materialized by Jesse. The 2-0 would work Alcácer on 56 minutes. Matthias Dumpiérrez, free-kick from outside the box, cut the gap but would take them little joy to the island again saw Alcácer door. Our front end of sentencing the 79-minute clash again by leveraging the combined defensive weakness canario.La last day of the Atlantic Cup will be held this Friday, February 4, starting at 16.30 hours and the municipal golf Maspalomas, Canary clashes, Switzerland and Spain and Mexico.


Spain 4: Urtzi; Campadabal, Israel (John, min. 60), Suso (Juanmi, min. 46), Jesse, Derik, Francisco, Mascarell, Iñigo, Borja (José Gómez, min. 53) and Jairo (Paco Alcacer, min. 46). Canarias 1: Fermin, Michael Green, Dominique, Eric, Deivis, Matthias (George, min. 79), Omar (Claudio, min. 67), Jephthah (Francisco, min. 76), Peter and Jairo (Joseph, min. 60). Goals: 1-0, min. 13: Jesse, a penalty. 2-0, min. 56: Paco Alcacer. 2-1, min. 67: Matthias. 3-1, min. 69: Paco Alcacer. 4-1, min.79: Paco Alcacer.Árbitro: Heriberto Ramos (Las Palmas). He showed yellow card to players Israel, Omar and Matías.Incidencias: more than 600 people gathered today at the match between the Canaries and Spain in the Las Coloradas.

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