first_imgA gray Real Sociedad wins by the minimum (2-1) to Iraola’sMatheus’s goal gives a lot of life to those of Miranda de Ebro The ‘rojillos’ were stretched on a shot by Álvaro Rey with more danger than Remiro imagined and shortly thereafter came the draw after a sensational robbery by Malsa. The ball fell on Mattheus’s feet and the rest was as usual. Trimming and stumbling shot that could not stop the San Sebastian goal.The goal was the sixth of Mattheus in the Cup, who has a special idyll with the ‘K.O’ tournament, after complicating the life of Le Normand, and surprising the old Anoeta with an excellent resource to define in the heart of the area. The goal blew up the thousand followers of the Mirandés who traveled to Euskadi.However, before the break, the Royal Society found excessive prize in a personal play by Martin Odegaard. The Norwegian shot Limones, his rejection was not taken advantage of by Portu, but a second rejection returned to the boots of the player assigned by Real Madrid, who this time did not forgive to place the 2-1.Everything indicated that the second part would serve the ‘txuri urdines’ to extend the rent and leave the tie very on track, but quite the opposite. Those of Iraola rearmed defensively and endured perfectly. Of course, the home enjoyed up to two clear occasions through the mediation of Portu and Isak, the Swede went empty for the first time in the last seven games.Antonio Sánchez also tried his luck with a shot from a distance, but he didn’t beat Remiro either. The game ended with the result at the break and with the feeling that Mirandés will have many options to play the first final of its history on March 4.DATA SHEET.–OUTCOME: REAL SOCIEDAD, 2 – MIRANDÉS, 1 (2-1, at rest).– ALIGNMENTS.REAL SOCIETY: I remove; Zaldua, Aritz (Guevara, min. 68), Le Normand, Monreal; Merino, Zubeldia, Odegaard; Portu (Januzaj, min.77), Isak (Willian José, min.68) and Oyarzabal.MIRANDÉS CD: Lemons; A.Gonzalez, Onaindia, S.Gonzalez, Kijera; Malsa, Antonio Sánchez (Álvaro Peña, min. 77), Rey (Vicente, min. 86), Guridi, Merquelanz; and Mattheus (De Sousa, min. 70).– GOALS:1 – 0, min. 9, Oyarzabal, penalty.1 – 1, min. 40, Mattheus.2 – 1, min. 42, Odegaard.–REFEREE: Gil Manzano (C. Extremeño). Amonestó with yellow card to Monreal (min.17), Oyarzabal (min.48) and Zaldua (min.82) in the Real Sociedad; and to Kijera (min. 45) in Mirandés.–STADIUM: Reale Arena. 35,194 spectators. The Mirandés came out with a lot of life from San Sebastián after falling in the first round of semifinals by the minimum (2-1) and will play in Anduva with many options to fight for their first Copa del Rey final, while the Royal Society wasted the opportunity to leave the qualifying hearing for sentencing.The reddish box, in the semifinals for the second time in its history, gave face in Donosti and did it with a version of a lot of work, a lot of courage and a lot of daring. Andoni Iraola’s pupils were not impressed by either the stage, or the rival, or the pressure that history added to them.And that the movie did not start in the best possible way for the Castilian-Leonese. At seven minutes, a discreet Odei penalty on Portu was decreed as a maximum penalty by Gil Manzano and the VAR did not have to interfere with the decision of the referee. Oyarzabal launched from eleven meters and demonstrated its enormous reliability. Seven penalties and seven goals.The 1-0 did not intimidate the Burgos, quite the contrary, who bet on the counterattack and the speed of their gangs to disturb those of Imanol Alguacil. The Real was far from its best level, but the difference in category was already a plus that was noticed from the beginning. However, the Mirandés did not hit the knee and never gave up.center_img Photo: EFElast_img