Date 12 of the Professional Soccer League put first this Saturday with four games and delivered two confirmations. The first is that Talleres de
Date 12 of the Professional Soccer League put first this Saturday with four games and delivered two confirmations. The first is that Talleres de Córdoba has the conviction that it wants to be one of the great animators of the competition and does not get dizzy at the heights of the standings. And the other is that Sebastián Battaglia’s Boca has already left behind the ghosts of the Miguel Russo era and looks ready to fight until the end.
The T beat Racing 2-1 in Avellaneda and is the only leader with 26 points in the absence of the Lanús match, which will host Newell’s Old Boys on Monday and has 23 points.
Workshops started in advantage with a great goal from Michael Santos. The Uruguayan took a cross shot at an angle at 3 minutes. Four minutes later, Racing lost Enzo Copetti, sent off by an elbow.
The match was matched at 36, when the visitor Héctor Fértoli was expelled. At 38, Enzo Díaz committed a penalty to Darío Cvitanich (Racing). Forward Lisandro López charged with a goal for the locals.
The leading marker Enzo Díaz defined the fight with five from the end with a great goal. After a rebound, he controlled his chest and fired a cross shot from outside the area for the win.
Boca won the José Fierro stadium with the annotations of Lisandro López at 10 minutes and Rodrigo Montes at 29. López himself scored against his fence at 55. This victory for the twelfth date allows the xeneizes to reach the seventh place in the standings.
“I am happy to win on a difficult court. Very happy to play again,” said López.
Godoy Cruz and Sarmiento tied 1-1. Jonathan Torres scored with a header for the Buenos Aires team at 61. Paraguayan Cristian Colmán equalized for the tombinos in added time and clearly offside. Gianluca Ferrari had been sent off at Godoy Cruz at 76.
Velez Sarsfield beat Aldosivi 3-2 and climbed to eighth place. Thiago Almada (22 ‘and 81’) and Juan Lucero from a penalty (67 ‘) scored the Velezan goals. Francisco Cerro (10 ‘) and Martín Cauteruccio (89’) scored for the visitors. This was the fifth consecutive defeat for Fernando Gago’s team, who made his debut as a coach at Aldosivi.
This Sunday, River Plate will host Arsenal de Sarandí. Other parties: Patronato-Estudiantes, Colón-Central Córdoba, Platense-Argentinos, Huracán-Independiente (Sunday); Gymnastics-Union, Rosario Central-San Lorenzo, Defensa-Banfield (Monday).
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