Cantoria came from behind to beat Málaga City, second placed and one of the best teams in the category, called to be one of the new 3rd RFEF teams.
The first half played at the Pepe Luis Bobadilla in Nerja was dominated by the locals but without clear chances until a rebound from the visiting defence was picked up by Pape Gassama and he scored in the top corner in the 41st minute.
After the break, the introduction of Casas gave Cantoria a new lease of life and they dominated the game with solid defending and good ball handling.
A great play by Capel, continued by Guille and a pass of death for Casas to put the provisional tie at one goal (’63).
In the 77th minute, a bad clearance by Fúnez, the home goalkeeper from a throw-in by Darío, made the ball go straight into his own goal to make it 1-2.
A very serious game from the Cantorian team who continue in the Andalusian Cup places where they will remain in this short Easter break and with a cushion of 11 points over the teams fighting for relegation.
The Ricardo Mora-Juan Manuel Sánchez coaching duo have won five games out of five since taking over the Aurinegros after 29 matches in Group 2 of the Andalusian Division of Honour.