Boca Juniors did his part: beat 2-1 to Aldosivi at La Bombonera and positioned itself as the only leader of the Professional League while waiting for the duel this Monday between Racing and Atletico Tucuman. Beyond the fact that the Tiburón offered serious resistance, the Xeneize prevailed thanks to its individual hierarchy and the use of the opponent’s errors; especially in the two goals, in which the Paraguayan central marker failed Mario Lopez Quintana.
After 11 minutes, Martín Payero opened the scoring for the homeowner and League Cup champion: Francisco Cerro made the back pass for López Quintana and fell short. The defender was left halfway and was devoured by the pressure of the former Banfield, who went hand in hand and defined from the right, next to the goalpost defended by José Devecchi.
Said first push for Xeneize was clouded by the equality of the people from Mar del Plata, thanks to the header of Nahuel Valentine, precisely a product of the auriazul quarry, which must return to the institution in December, after a year on loans in Aldosivi. The 1-1 occurred at 16 ‘of game. However, when everything seemed to be heading towards the locker room with a tie, a new error arose.
At 49 ‘of the first part, in the last breath of the discount granted by the referee Silvio Trucco, Óscar Romero shot a low ball for Luca Langoni’s run, who seemed well covered by the aforementioned Guarani defender. But the elusive Guarani ended up beating the defender, prompting the desperate departure of goalkeeper Devecchi. The scene continued with the clash between defender and goalkeeper, which left the ball clean to the striker, who headed towards the unguarded fence. Cunning, when he saw that a defender could block the goal line, he relented to Darío Benedetto, who resolved the match with a touch to the net.
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