This morning, the 8th round of La Liga played a game first. Last season, La Liga runner-up Cadiz made another record, winning consecutive away games. After the start of the new season, it continued to win 4 away games and was upset in the last away game. After losing to Real Madrid, they easily won Ebar on the away game today, creating a new historical record for 91 years in La Liga.
The former Spain international, who made his debut at Real Madrid, scored with a header from Negredo, then assisted his teammate to score, 1 shot and 1 pass to help Cadiz lead Ebar 2-0 in the first half. With the help of the hot momentum of the previous victory over Real Madrid, the score did not change in the second half, and the newly promoted Cadiz achieved 4 consecutive away wins. This is a new La Liga historical record. In 91 years, the first newly promoted polo team started 4 consecutive away games, and Cadiz created a new history.
What is more prominent is that 4 away games have been won and 0 goals have been conceded, including Real Madrid's away game. Cadiz scored 14 points in the first game, tying the top team Real Sociedad and temporarily ranked second in La Liga. Although their home scores are poor, 2 draws and 2 losses have not yet won, but their strong away record has laid a solid foundation for the goal of relegation.
Cadiz’s record in the past 4 away games has 4 wins and 6 goals and conceded 0 goals. The specifics are:
From the performance of the first 8 rounds, the veteran Negredo is definitely the brother of Cadiz. He has 7 appearances, 2 goals and 3 assists. With the physical ability to play the whole game, he is able to hand over such a report card. It's already very remarkable. For the team's first away win, Negredo scored the first goal since joining the team. Negredo also completed a fatal assist in the last upset away victory over Real Madrid. Negredo’s total number of goals in La Liga has reached 114 goals. His statistics and experience are higher than those of his teammates. Therefore, he will be the key to whether this newly promoted team can be relegated
In the next round, Cadiz will continue to play away games. The opponent is the hardline Atletico Madrid. I don't know if they can make another glory.