Quadri, who has consistently been inking his name in the annals of African table tennis history as the first African to make it to the quarterfinal of the Olympic Games as well as the first player from the continent to make it to the semifinal of the ITTF World Tour.
Betis were without the ball for much of the opening 30 minutes, but the visitors were dangerous when they had the chance to break, with Joaquin rolling back the years with some wonderful touches in the final third of the field
After a difficult opening five minutes, it was Deportivo that were looking the team more likely to make the breakthrough, with Guilherme just missing the crossbar with a strike from distance as the first period continued to gather pace
The Sam Vincent side opened the first quarter with 23-7 points, while the Congolese fought back in the second quarter as they attempted to snatch the lead, but the Nigerian side were resolute to end the quarter by 18-22 points
The result was harsh on Swansea, who remained competitive throughout the contest, but United's extra quality in the final third eventually proved the difference and Jose Mourinho's side already boast a strong goal difference while sitting at the top of the standings