Girona coach Mitchell, who leads La Liga, said he wants to play in Europe next season.랭크카지노
Girona defeated Alaves 3-0 in the 17th round of the 2023-2024 La Liga at Estadi Montilibi, located in Girona, Spain, on the 19th (Korea time).
Girona led 2-0 in the 23rd minute of the first half, with Artem Dovvik and Porto scoring consecutive goals in the 42nd minute of the first half. At around the 14th minute of the second half, right winger Jan Couto scored a penalty through dribbling breakthrough, and Dovvik scored a goal as a kicker.
With the victory, Girona gained 44 points and regained the lead, beating over Real Madrid. Real Madrid, which had taken the lead by beating Villarreal 4-1 in the same round, became No. 2 again. The two teams have a two-point gap.
It is Girona’s third consecutive win in the league. After winning 2-1 at Valencia on Tuesday, Girona also secured a 4-2 victory away from Barcelona. He then swept the match against Alaves, and successfully continued its winning streak. He is now in the lead competition by securing not only results but also performance. He has allowed only one loss this season and has won 14 games in 17 games.
After the match, Mitchell said, “We have 14 wins in 17 games. It’s a huge number, it’s the number of Real Madrid and Barcelona. It seems easy, but what we’re doing is very complicated. We’re in a very good moment. I’m not aiming to go to Europe, but I think the Champions League would be great. It’s 44 points that show that we’re having a great year.”
He is also the most prolific goal scorer in La Liga with 41 goals. “Obviously, we are a team that finds the opponent’s goalpost. It is a good thing that many players step in the opponent team’s direction. That made us the team with the most goals,” coach Mitchell said, citing the fact that diverse players can score as the key.
It was the last home game of the season. “We had a championship year. In the second half of last year, we already scored a lot of points. I want consistency. Let’s see if we can achieve our dream of competing in Europe next year,” Mitchell added.