42:36 – The ball was in play for just 42 minutes & 36 seconds during Getafe – Ajax, the second-shortest amount of time in a Europa League game (since 2009). Patience pic.twitter.com/FjQSNT71h5– OptaJohan (@OptaJohan) February 20, 2020Of course, Ten Hag has a lot of work ahead, because Bordalás spider web caught them from the beginning and they were not able to break it at any time. Once again, Getafe did not triumph from the relentless dominance of the ball but by cornering his opponent, with suffocating pressure, extreme voracity in the field of attack and stopping the game so as not to let his opponent grow. Thus came the goals of Deyverson and Kenedyyes alright Bordalás remains cautious and continues to consider that Ajax is the favorite to pass the tie. The Getafe de Bordalás has given an exhibition at the Alfonso Pérez Coliseum, in what, surely, has been one of his best matches this season. Above all, because the technician’s defensive plan went perfectly, with a single shot embedded throughout the game (none at the door) and a statistic that is already history of the competition. According to the Opta Johan Twitter account, the ball was only in motion for 42 minutes and 36 seconds, in what is already the second lowest record since the competition adopted the new name in the 2010-11 season. In other words, only in one game was less played than in this Getafe-Ajax. All calculated to the millimeter. They will have to change things, since Ajax needs a minimum of two goals to bring the game to extra time. Moreover, if Getafe manages to score, the Dutch will have to celebrate four goals if they want to be in eighths. Striking, of course, given that Ten Hag’s were Champions League semifinalists last season or they were a torment for locals on their travels in Europe. Similarly, this year he won 0-2 at Lilletied for four in Stamford Bridge or won 0-3 in Mestalla. Last campaign, he invaded the Bernabeu (1-4), the Juventus Stadium (1-2) and London (0-1 to Tottenham).It was another era, but Getafe has managed to disable the Ajax offensive to the point that David Soria doesn’t even have to go through the shower. There are 90 minutes left, but Bordalás and his team have already left one of the Europa League matches and a statistic that will last in the record book for years. Ten Hag already said it (“we have fallen into many traps of Getafe“) and confirmed the coach Azulón:”We always believe in what we do and the team played a great game.. We minimize a team with great offensive vocation. They did not generate clear chances for us. “This ‘Geta’ flies.