Cristóbal Parralo, Racing de Ferrol coach, stood out in the run-up to Malcom Ares as one of the best members of Bilbao Athletic. The Bilbao winger agreed with him by overtaking the reserve team at A Malata after six minutes, but Castro sealed the tie with fifteen to go. Despite the fact that the victory vanished, the point obtained is a precious booty for the rojiblanco subsidiary, which thus increases the distance with Talavera to three points. The Toledo team knelt in Irún (3-1 against Real Unión) and sank in the relegation places to 2nd RFEF. There are only two days left for the end of the championship.
Heber Pena, whom Rincón controlled satisfactorily throughout the match, tested from afar against a Bilbao Athletic team that felt comfortable, loose on the green of A Malata. The Galician team barely bothered the rojiblancos, except for an offside shot by Del Pozo that Agirrezabala repelled with class. Nico Serrano was short of supplies and accused his prolonged inactivity. He was substituted in the 80th minute after suffering some discomfort. The reserve team was confident at the back, solid, without problems, with Prados, Rementeria and Diarra dominating the wide area based on caste against a much older rival, seasoned in a thousand battles, with experience in larger challenges.
Racing went on the attack with a final rush that the rojiblanco subsidiary could not control. Thus came the draw. Center back Castro hit a header after a free kick taken by Nieto to beat Agirrezabala. Nieto himself was able to give the three points to the Galicians, but the call to defend the San Mamés goal responded with reflexes. The champion and already promoted Racing de Santander visits Lezama next Saturday, while the puppies will travel to San Sebastián de los Reyes, where nothing is at stake, on the last day.