Player ratings and Gattuso in pre-season

Valencia CF beat St. Gallen in the second game of the pre-season played at the stadium in Switzerland thanks to goals from Koba Lein, a real goal from the edge of the box at the start of the second half and another goal from Guedes, almost at the end, which shows that the Portuguese star is soft.

After successfully beating Borussia Dortmund and starting the Gattuso era with a 1-3 hope, the Valencia CF faces versus FC St. Gallen 1879 in the Buechenwald-Gossau Stadium, just 20 minutes from where the team is preparing for the demanding season that awaits them in the LaLiga Santander and the Copa del Rey. Unlike the first game, Gattuso opted for a eleven full of youngsters and substitutes from which Maxi Gómez can hardly be saved. Behind the charrúa were Cillessen; Foulquier, Cömert, Diakhaby and Jesús Vázquez; Racic, Koba and Yellu; Vallejo, Lato and already the aforementioned Maxi Gómez. In the second half, when the best came out, Valencia imposed their quality and ended up winning.

In ElDesmarque We rate the players of Valencia CF and Gennaro Gattuso:

Cillessen (6): He had hardly any work to do and a ball he had to tackle was slipping away from him. He is the only one to play with Gattuso for a long time. In the second he made two good interventions

Foulquier (8): Powerful. A rocket of the law, the best balls were born from his boots in the first installment.

Eray Comert (7): Other good minutes from the Swiss central defender. Sober, with criteria and attentive to the cut.

Diakhaby (6): Good enough. Sober and respected without a hitch.

Jesus Vazquez (x): Shows traces of cracking. The best of the team before the break. Quality, speed and cunning.

Racic (6): Almost embedded between the centrals, he managed the game. Kudos to the court and offering himself to his companions. completed

Yellow (5): Koba and Racic have surpassed him. In the second half it got better.

Lin Koba (9): He finally seems to wake up. His left leg and his class are called to do great things. He managed to score in the first minute. Good deeds and a nice goal at minute 55.

Vallejo (6): The interior on the left was lively and participatory. The best in attack even if he missed a song at the break.

Lato (5): Like a modified single-leg straight inside, it’s lost. You can see he’s an advocate in another area. However, his work and dedication are exemplary.

Maxi Gomez (5): He was still far from his best form. Failed some weird checks. Nuhu gave it as if the Champions League final was being played. He still has it. Work in front of you.

Valencia's starting XI against St. Gallen (Photo: Valencia CF)
Valencia’s starting XI against St. Gallen (Photo: Valencia CF)

Carousel of changes at Valencia CF

Mosque (4): He made a small mistake of inexperience.

Gabriel Paulista (5): respected without boasting

Marcos Andre (7): He is finer than Maxi Gómez, he had a great chance and gave one more assist, he already has two.

Soler (6): Its quality is beyond doubt. When he plays, it shows.

Gaya (6): Every match wins the renewal.

Yunus Musah (4): Admonished, it was not right.

Rivero (7): Two wonderful performances.

Terry (5): It was good

Samu Castillejo (6): It looks like he was born to play for Valencia. quality details

Guedes (8): If you give him the ball, things happen. He had two and scored one.

Ruben Iranzo (6): Good minutes from the canterano

Gennaro Gattuso (8): He spent the 90 minutes correcting his team and showing that he is deeply involved in the project. In two games he managed to overthrow the team, it looks like another Valencia.

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