Valencia CF U19 played against BSC Young Boys on matchday 4 of the UEFA Youth League at the Antonio Puchades Ground. Valencia CF U19 had a great start. Jordi Escobar who hand consecutive shots the first one was saved by the keeper and the two that followed were blocked by the defense.
It was an even game; Pablo Jiménez had a shot that went just wide of the post in the 30th minute. However, BSC Young Boys had the clearest chance of the match. They hit the post and the rebound was cleared by Guillamón. The first half finished goalless at half-time between both teams.
Miguel Ángel Ferrer Mista introduced Martín Lapeña at the restart; Pablo JÍmenez had his shot saved by the keeper. With neither team able to score, De Donno made it 0-1 late on. Valencia CF U19 could have made it 1-1 but it was not to be and it finished 0-1 to BSC Young Boys.
0. Valencia CF U19: Emilio Bernad, Guillem Molina, Carlos Badal, Hugo Guillamón, Jesús Vázquez (Fran Cortijo, m.75), José Pascual, Vicente Esquerdo (Carlos Pérez, m.82), Pablo Jiménez, Ricardo Campos (Martín LaPeña, m.46), Kang In and Jordi Escobar.
1. BSC Young Boys U19: Neuenschwander, Kabeya, Hajrizi ©, Kronig, Schüpbach, Tokam, Petignat, Maier (Bueche, m.72), Vladi (Malula, m.90), Ballet (De Donno, m.79) and Alonso (Boss, m.79)
Goals: 0-1. M. 83: De Donno.
Referee: Alexandre Boucaut (Belgium). He showed yellow card to Kang In for VCF U19 and Tokam for BSC Young Boys U19.
Observations: Matchday 4 of the Group Stage of the UEFA Youth League played this Wednesday at 2:00 pm at the Antonio Puchades ground in front of 800 spectators. The general director of Valencia CF, Mateo Alemany, the director of the technical area, Pablo Longoria, the SpainU19 head coach, Santi Denia, the head of the VCF Academy, Luis Vicente Mateo and the member of the technical secretary Jorge López did not want to miss this important clash for VCF U19.
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