C.D. Leganés Senior Women, already with their homework done, are looking for a new victory.


18/06/2021 09:27

C.D. Leganés Senior Femenino will look for a new victory against A.D. Torrejón C.F. (Sunday, 12:30 pm, Anexo Jesús Polo), in the penultimate day of the league, a new victory after last weekend's win against E.F. Valdemoro. The visitors come to the game with the need to get the three points to move away from the relegation places.

Penultimate league game for C.D. Leganés Senior Femenino and penultimate home game. Our team will face A.D. Torrejón C.F., a team that is in the fourteenth position with twenty points, fighting for relegation, since this year there are more teams that are relegated. After last Sunday's match, where our team defeated E.F. Valdemoro (0-6), the pepineras want to continue that good line, and give the fans a victory in the penultimate match of the season in the Annex Jesús Polo.

Peace of mind to face the last two matchdays with the objective fulfilled.

Jero Martos' team will have to be focused from the first minute and dominate from the opening whistle if they do not want to suffer against a strong team, which will go for everything and with high morale after their draw last day against fourth-placed C.F. Fuenlabrada. Our team struggled to get into the game against E.F. Valdemoro last weekend, and were slow to create clear chances to score, something they do not want to repeat this day.
However, C.D. Leganés Senior Femenino comes to the game with their homework done and with the initial objective of the season, the permanence, achieved several days ago, which will give them a lot of tranquility to face the two remaining matches.

"We want to finish the season in the best possible way".

The pepinero coach, Jero Martos, is clear that "it will be a complicated match" as the visitors are fighting for permanence. Jero is faithful to his style of "always playing and working with the ball", which has given him so much success during the season. Now, against A.D. Torrejón C.F. he wants to achieve a victory to "move up a place in the standings and try to finish the season in the best possible way", and that means winning the last two league games, both at home.