Although most eyes in these latitudes are on the imminent start of the World Cup in Qatar 2022, tonight the winner of the second ticket to the highest category of Argentine soccer will be defined. faces are seen Institute of Cordoba Y Students from Buenos Aires. The referee is Fernando Espinoza and televises TyC Sports.
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The game opened at 14 minutes in favor of click when Facundo Pereyra executed a corner kick to the head of John Cruz Randazzowho put his brakes on and unleashed madness for the visiting team that quickly found it 1-0. Everything seemed to go perfectly for the team from Buenos Aires, but towards the end of the first half, Lautaro Lusnig went to play recklessly a split ball and the referee showed him the red card.
In the complement, the local went out in search of the goal that would allow them to celebrate and they got it immediately. At 11 minutes, Claudio Pombo launched a perfect cross to the far post so that the center back Fernando Alarcon He headed with power, overcame Loco Bruera’s resistance and nailed it 1-1. In the replay it can be seen that the defender was a few centimeters ahead, but here there was no VAR and the goal was validated.
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The madness in the stadium was such that referee Espinoza had to stop the game because the smoke from the flares prevented adequate visibility for the action to continue. After five minutes, the duel resumed.
In the first leg, played at the Ciudad de Caseros Stadium last Saturday, they tied 0-0, a result that made the Glory return to Alta Córdoba with a smile, since it has a sporting advantage due to having a better position in the regular season table. Consequently, in case of a tie, they will get the second ticket to the Professional League.
Those led by Lucas Bovaglio had a great season finishing in second place, product of 68 units (eleven behind champion Belgrano de Córdoba). Then, in the semifinals, they defeated Defensores de Belgrano, one of the surprises in the division. In the first leg they drew goalless at the Casa del Dragón, while in their stadium they prevailed 2-0 with goals from Santiago Rodríguez and Roberto Bochi.
Those of Qalter Otta, seek to hit after accessing the Reduced in seventh place (57 points). In the round of 16 they thrashed Chaco For Ever 3-0 and in the quarterfinals they prevailed against Estudiantes de Río Cuarto by the minimum as a visitor. In the semifinals, they defeated Gimnasia de Mendoza 1-0 in both the first leg and the second leg. The victory is only useful for Estudiantes to be able to return to the First Division, a category in which they have been absent since 1978.
The winner of this crossover will accompany Belgrano de Córdoba next season in the Professional League, instead of the relegated Aldosivi from Mar del Plata and Patronato de Paraná.
Institute: Jorge Carranza; Giuliano Cerato, Matías Ferreira, Fernando Alarcón, Sebastián Corda; Gabriel Graciani, Roberto Bochi, Nicolás Watson, Franco Watson; Santiago Rodríguez and Patricio Cucchi. DT: Lucas Bovaglio.
Buenos Aires students: Lucas Bruera; Delfor Minervino, Juan Cruz Randazzo, Stefano Brundo, Nicolás Fernández; Kevin González, Sebastián Mayorga, Nicolás Pelaitay, Enzo Acosta; Facundo Pereyra and Facundo Castelli. DT: Walter Otta.
Stadium: Monument of Alta Córdoba
Referee: fernando espinoza
Television: TyC Sports