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CD San Pedro Martir: Nacho (50), Alex Ventura (92)
UD Lanzarote: Vladimir (67)
5th March 2012
For the second consecutive away match Lanzarote concede and lose in added on time leaving them in 10th spot and their hopes for a playoff finish are all but dead with only nine games remaining.The Rojillos home form has been fantastic with only seven points dropped out of a possible 45 which is only bettered by league leaders S.D. Tenisca, however the away day trips have been more like relegation candidates with just the one win and 10 points gathered from a possible 48.
The first half was evenly balanced with the Rojillos having slightly the better opportunities than the Gran Canarian side. Jotha forced the San Pedro goalkeeper into a good save from a free kick and Alex Yunes struck well but failed to hit the target.
Five minutes into the second half and the home side was in front. Sub Dani Macías centred the ball towards the penalty spot and striker Nacho forced the ball home to give his relegation threatened side a 1-0 advantage.
Moments later and only a fine save from the Lanzarote keeper Ruymán prevented midfielder Molina from doubling his sides lead.
In the 66th minute Vladi was introduced and within a minute the talented midfielder had a devastating impact. The ball was whipped into the San Pedro danger zone and first to pick up the pieces was Vladi who thumped the ball home from eight yards pulling his team level at one apiece.
Lanzarote failed to push on from this and it was the Gran Canarian side that began to pressure the Rojillos back line. In the 75th minute goal scorer Nacho hit the Lanzarote cross bar following good work from team mate Moisés.
In the second minute of added on time youngster José Ancor´s precise pass let in Álex Ventura who fired in his first goal of the season and lifted his side four points clear of the drop zone.
The Rojillos had no time to respond and must be severely wounded from yet another away day catastrophe.
Seven teams are fighting for the last playoff position with the Rojillos being the rank outsiders. Anyone who has seen the Rojillos in action at home this season will be mystified how a quality side like Lanzarote can fail to take points from their away trips.
One thing is certain and that is Lanzarote must win this Sunday´s home watch with in form U.D. Telde. The Gran Canarian side have won their last four games including a 6-1 home win last Saturday.