MAZARRON came back from behind to defeat a resolute Sucina team 1-3 and move into second place in the Primera Autonomica.
The game got off to an explosive start when the Sucina goalkeeper charged out of his goal to deny Tolo a goalscoring opportunity by handling outside the area.
He was shown the inevitable red card but Mazarron failed to take advantage of the numerical advantage in a disappointing first half.
It was Sucina who took advantage of errors in the Mazarron defence enabling Antonio to give them the lead after 22 minutes.
Neither side managed to create any clear-cut chances before the interval and Cristian’s free kick after 32 minutes did not trouble the Sucina keeper.
The second half was a different story as Mazarron started to play the ball on the ground with some excellent passing movements.
Chema replaced Lorca at half time and raced down the right wing before producing a dangerous cross which was turned away for a corner with Cristian waiting to pounce.
After 60 minutes, Mazarron equalised.
A short corner on the right was played to Enrique whose pin point cross was headed powerfully into the roof of the net by Cristian.
Mazarron took the lead after 75 minutes when Tolo found Chema racing clear down the right and he drove the ball into the corner of the net.
The league’s leading scorer Tolo sealed the three points for Mazarron in the last few minutes.