Five minutes from the end of the first half, Mallorca went into cruise control with a proper world class goal and it was a Bobby Dazzler.
Lots of pundits have already written off our chances of staying up and the game is a huge occasion for us to take down one of the big names in Spanish football.
I imagine the demand will far outweigh the availability of tickets and it’s got to be the biggest sporting fixture Ibiza’s ever seen.
A 26th-minute Febas goal was sufficient to see Real Mallorca through to the third round.
Real Mallorca play Third division group 8 leaders Zamora in the second round Copa del Rey tie today at 12:00.
Let’s get back to human error and let’s get back to discussing the referee’s dubious parentage over a few beers after the game!
Real Mallorca were robbed of at least a point when they went down two-nil to third-placed Sevilla.
The odds are naturally stacked against us tonight. At home Barcelona are unbeaten, scoring 25 goals with seven against.
This game had drama and intensity but, above all, regarding Real Mallorca, too many missed chances.
We are the only team with “nil points” away from home in La Liga, and have only won two games on the road in 2019, both in La Segunda against Las Palmas and Malaga.