Raúl yet to find the groove as Real Madrid Castilla draw again
A 92nd minute goal from Pablo against bottom side San Sebastian de los Reyes was required for Castilla as Raul's side have yet to hit their stride.
Real Madrid Castilla are showing signs of Rodrygo-dependence after last week's masterclass from the Brazilian with hotly tipped Rayo Majadahonda ultimately crumbling (3-1) with a fine goal from the Brazilian to boot.
Rodrygo was absent today for the local derby and it required an injury time equaliser from Pablo to salvage a point as Castilla travelled to bottom side San Sebastián de los Reyes.
Raul's side have now played eight games in Segunda B (Group I) and have just managed two wins and have only hit the target on eight times with the side yet to find a fluid rhythm with the former Real Madrid captain's side becoming the group's draw specialists with four ties in the opening phase of the campaign.
With no LaLiga game next weekend, Rodrygo should be available for selection for Raul and Saturday's home tie against Pontevedra could provide as an ideal opportunity for Castilla to properly kick-start their season and claw back some of the distance lost with the sides in the play-off zone.
Sanse: Irureta; Valverde, Puñal, Gassama, Pipe Sáez; Bijimine, Gullón; Iván Bueno, Moussa (Joel, 59’), Gavilán (Trabazo, 79’); Fer Ruiz (Nacho Buil, 62’).
Castilla: Altube; López, Manu Hernando, Chust (Pablo, 76’), Javi Hernández; Blanco, Baeza (Marvin, 59’); Jordi (Feuillassier, 76’), Ayoub, Fran García; Pedro.
Referee: López Parr. Yellow cards issued to: Moussa, Gassama, Gullón, Gavilán, Ayoub, Feuillassier, Nacho Buil.
Stadium: Nuevo Matapiñera.
Goals: 1-0 (70’): Gavilán. 1-1 (92’): Pablo.
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