The two teams playing in the competitive Second Division of Spanish football, UD Las Palmas and Cádiz CF, ended up tying zero goals. Las Palmas de Pepe Mel came out ready to dominate with Drolé and Pedri as axes of the team. The clearest occasion was Cadiz through Caye Quintana (ball to the bar). In the second part the game became more vertical, mainly due to the changes that both teams made, and gave more air to each team. Mel, he set out to change the ten players he had on the field. There were few occasions, and when there were, the bar got in the way of several situations.
The match was played in midfield, where both were looking to take control of the game. Beyond trying to take advantage of the stop-ball plays, there was not much going on, saving a De la Bella shot that hit the stick. An isolated move. Although Cadiz tried a little more in the end, the result was a goalless draw. Those of Alvaro Cervera, are still looking for the form, today with 4 new signings in the field.
UD LAS PALMAS: Alvaro Vallés, Dani Castellano, Alex Suárez, Aythami, Alvaro Lemos, Fabio, Srnic, Pedri, Toni Robaina, Drolé and Edu Espiau. They also played: Deivid, Jesús Fortes, Cedrés, Alberto De la Bella, Timor, Galarreta, Kirian, Araujo, Eric Curbelo, Benito, Mauricio Lemos, Benito del Valle and Javi Castellano.
CADIZ CF: Cifuentes, Sergio Sánchez, Fali, Cala, Iza Cárcelen, José Mari, Garrido, Salvi, Javi Navarro, Lekic and Caye Quintana. They also played: Edu Ramos, Bodiger, Querol, Perea, Alex Fernandez, Jovanovic, Kecojevic and Brian Oliván.