Matchday 4 of the Kings League has left us with a classification that could not be more equal at the moment: there are a total of five teams tied at three wins and one loss. And yes, this means that the teams unbeaten until the previous matchday are no longer unbeaten.
Iker Casillas’ 1K FC was defeated by El Barrio 2 – 5. Likewise, TheGrefg‘s Saiyans tied their match against Aniquiladores 1 – 1; however, as there are no draws in this competition, in the penalty shootout they ended up winning Aniquiladores 3 – 2. The results of this day 4 were as follows:
- Xbuyer Team 3 – 2 Jijantes FC
- PIO FC (1) 2 – 2 (2) Kunisports
- 1K FC 2 – 5 El Barrio
- Porcinos FC 5 – 1 Rayo de Barcelona
- Aniquiladores FC (3) 1 – 1 (2) Saiyans FC
- Ultimate Móstoles 5 – 1 Los Troncos FC
The championship standings, as we have already said, have a five-fold tie in victories, with two teams that have yet to win a single match:
- Saiyans FC (3 V – 1 D)
- Ultimate Móstoles (3 V – 1 D)
- Porcinos FC (3 V – 1 D)
- 1K FC (3 V – 1 D)
- Kunisports (3 V – 1 D)
- El Barrio (2 V – 2 D)
- Aniquiladores FC (2 V – 2 D)
- Xbuyer Team (2 V – 2 D)
- Los Troncos FC (2 V – 2 D)
- Rayo de Barcelona (1 V – 3 D)
- Jijantes FC (0 V – 3 D)
- PIO FC (0 V – 3 D)
David Broncano, player?
As usual in the Kings League circus -thank you, Javier Tebas, for the best catchphrase in the world-, the day was not exempt of curious news. Perhaps the most important one had David Broncano as the main protagonist.
The presenter of La Resistencia -and formerly La Vida Moderna- was present on this day 4 in the box of authorities. Right there, they asked him if he would be willing to play a game with a team. And yes, the answer was affirmative (we know that Broncano is a good soccer player and was close to professional categories). Will you leave tennis parked for a day?