Vélez and Nueva Chicago met again in a historic neighborhood classic, which this time had the character of a friendly match, disputed in the Olympic Village of the Fort. The local team won 1-0 with a goal from Gastón Bojanich against.
The team of Mauricio Pellegrino He took to the field with Lucas Hoyos; Tomás Guidara, Emiliano Amor, Lautaro Gianetti, Tomás Cavanagh; Máximo Perrone, Pablo Galdames, Ricardo Álvarez; Lucas Janson, Martín Lucero and Guido Mainero.
Those of Ruben Forestello they formed with: Adrián Peralta; Rafael Barrios, Enzo Lettieri, Gastón Bojanich, Alan Lorenzo; Emiliano Tellechea, Alejandro Altuna, Agustín Verdugo; Alejandro Melo, Alejandro Aranda and Daniel González.
The game was even, with a certain dominance for the whole of Liniers. However, the visitors also had their chances of scoring that demanded good responses from goalkeeper Hoyos.
In the second half, Pellegrino chose to modify the eleven players and the main novelty was the return to activity of Ricardo Centurión, recovered from an injury that had him a differentiated training time.
It was precisely the ex-Boca and Racing who put together a good play on the left, took a cross for Agustín Bouzat to head and the ball ended up deflecting in Bojanich for the only goal of the match.