(ESPN.com services.) – Another title and they go … River Plate beat Racing Club 5-0 and won the Argentine Super Cup, the 12th title of the Gallardo era in a ‘Millionaire’, which added the 67th title in 119 years of history and the second Super Cup after the one won in 2017 against Boca.
The match, which marked the premiere of the Unique Mother of the Cities Stadium in Santiago del Estero, had as scorers the Colombian Rafael Santos Borré, Julián Álvarez, the Uruguayan Nicolás De la Cruz, Leonel Miranda – against his fence – and Matías Suárez .
This title, which marked the end of last season, faced River, as champion of the 2018/19 Argentina Cup, against Racing, which had been enshrined in the 2018/19 Super League.
The decisive meeting, which should have been held in March last year, was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic and marked the end point of the most extensive drought of the Gallardo River (2014-2021).
He had won his last title on December 13, 2019 with the Argentine Cup that gave him the passport to this Super Cup and now he celebrated with enthusiasm again.
This was the eighth edition of this contest, which now has River Plate with two conquests (2017 and 2019) and six other clubs with one: Arsenal (2012), Boca Juniors (2018), Huracán (2014), Lanús (2016) , San Lorenzo (2015) and Vélez Sarsfield (2013).