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Three goals electrified Getafe in 2012

Eliseu, Toulalan and Cazorla secured a resounding victory for Málaga CF at Getafe’s Coliseum, dressed in a striking colour called ‘electric cherry’.

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11/01/2018 19:22

ARCHIVE: Getafe CF 1-3 Málaga CF

Málaga will be dressed in orange this Friday in Getafe, and in the 11/12 season, also wore the away kit. An eye-catching jersey in a colour called ‘electric cherry’.

Beyond the colourful anecdote, ran matchday 26 of a competition in which the team ended in fourth position. Pellegrini’s team, in the second season with Abdullah Al Thani as president, visited a competitive Getafe that took the lead on the edge of half-time thanks to a goal from Diego Castro.

At the start of the second half, Eliseu equalised with a spectacular right-footer into the back of the net. In the final stage of play, the visitors clinched a comeback with two precious goals. First, Toulalan converted from a powerful long shot; and Cazorla, from 40 metres away, sentenced the match with a stunning shot into goal that lingers in the memory of Málaga fans.

Match stats: Getafe CF 1 – Málaga CF 3

Getafe - Luis García: Moyà; Valera, ‘Cata’ Díaz, Alexis, Mané; Abdel Barrada (Sarabia 62’), Juan Rodríguez, Lacen, Diego Castro (Pedro León 80’); Güiza and Miku (Arizmendi 68’).

Málaga CF - Manuel Pellegrini: Willy Caballero; Gámez, Mathijsen, Weligton, Monreal; Cazorla, Toulalan, Recio (Joaquín 46’), Isco (Eliseu 46’); Seba (Demichelis 70’) and Rondón.

Goals

1-0 (42’): Castro. 1-1 (57’): Eliseu. 1-2 (83’): Toulalan. 1-3 (91’): Cazorla.

Referee

Undiano Mallenco (Colegio Navarro). Yellow cards were shown to locals; Valera, Lacen and Mané; and Malaguistas; Isco, Recio, Rondón and Mathijsen.

Information

Coliseum Alfonso Pérez, Getafe (Madrid). First Division matchday 26 of the 2011/12 season. The match took place on 3rd March 2012.

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