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Euskadi draws with Álvaro Djaló’s scoring debut

Euskadi draws with Álvaro Djaló’s scoring debut

The Basque national team He played a match again three and a half years later. San Mamés witnessed the return of the Basque team, which He had not played since November 2020, when he did so against Costa Rica in Ipurua. A duel that ended in a draw, despite the fact that Uruguay was better, especially in the first half. Djaló put the hosts ahead in the 44th minute y Neighbor put the a tie as soon as the meeting resumes.

The Basque team tried to take the lead at times in the first half and proof of this was that it generated several dangerous situations, especially in the boots of an active Adu Ares, without success for the Athletic winger.

In the 24th minute, Euskadi scored through Álex Solahowever the goal did not go up on the scoreboard offside. Ten minutes later the situation was repeated, but in this case it was the Uruguayan team who scored and De Burgos Bengoetxea ruled offside. In the final stretch, debutant Álvaro Djaló received a cross from Gorosabel and with a great shot he beat the Uruguayan goalkeeper.

The Basque team’s joy did not last long because as soon as the second half started, Uruguay broke the deadlock thanks to a goal from Vecino. During the second 45 minutes clear chances were conspicuous by their absence, although Seven minutes from time Luciano Rodríguez hit the post.

A match that served to return to see the Basque fans claim the official status of the teamas well as other non-sports demands that aim to recognize Euskal Herria.


San Mames: 35,461 spectators

BASQUE (1): Counts it; Gorosabel, Elustondo, Pacheco, Imanol; Ivan Martin, Guevara, Vesga; Sola, Adu Ares and Djaló.

They also played: Torres, Villalibre, Dani García, Moncayola, Zarraga, Aitor, Urko, Agirregabiria and Olasagasti.

Coach: Jagoba Arrasate

URUGUAY (1): Frank; Varela w 41′, Méndez, Marichal, Olaza; Fonseca, Vecino, Zalazar; Torres, Canobbio and Rodríguez.

They also played: From Arrascaeta, Bentancur, Nández, Ugarte and Cáceres.

Coach: Marcelo Bielsa

Referee: De Burgos Bengoetxea (vasco)

Goals: 1-0 44′ Djaló 1-1 46′ Neighbor