First Division - Day 6

Valladolid 0 - Racing Santander 4

Valladolid: Bizzarri;Torres Gómez, Julio César, Caminero, Marcos; Jesús (Orcellet 45'), Ricchetti; Fernando Sales (Cardetti 72'), Oscar González, Zapata (Ciric 63'); Makukula. 4-2-3-1.
Racing: Ricardo; Coromina, Pablo Casar, Juanma, Neru; Matabuena, Nafti (Anderson Silva 86'); Morán, Javi Guerrero (Benayoun 66'), Regueiro (Ayoze 82'); Bodipo. 4-3-2-1.

Team changes: Valladolid: Torres Gómez for Jonathan / Racing: Pablo Casar, Matabuena, Bodipo for Moratón, Diego Mateo, Benayoun.

0-1. 14. Bodipo. Tap in on far post after corner headed across by Juanma.
0-2. 58. Regueiro. Won the ball off Marcos in area and shot low past Orcellet.
0-3. 83. Bodipo. Ran through from midfield and hit low shot past keeper.
0-4. 84. Nafti. Connected with Bodipo's cross from right to volley in on far post.

An amazing scoreline at Valladolid, where the locals were beaten 0-4 by Racing Santander, and that after they had missed two penalties. Bodipo was the star of the night, and with less than a quarter of an hour on the clock he opened the scoring after Juanma had headed on Javi Guerrero's corner. Then with half time approaching the striker broke free, and keeper Bizzarri had no option but to bring him down. Referee Rubinos Pérez had no hesitation awarding a penalty and sending off the keeper, but reserve keeper Orcellet came on to save Javi Guerrero's spot kick with his first touch in Spanish football.

More was to come after the break though, as Rubinos gave a second penalty, this time for a challenge by Torres Gómez on Javi Guerrero. It was to say the least dubious, but Orcellet once again guessed correctly and dived to save Regueiro's kick. Valladolid failed to capitalize on the let off though, and soon afterwards Regueiro did beat the Argentine keeper after Marcos let him through. The home side's spirits dropped, and Bodipo and Nafti added two more late on to complete another disaster for Fernando Vázquez's side. They have now let in sixteen goals in their first six games, and the manager is already under pressure. A slip up the cup midweek and his could be the next head to roll.