(ESPN.com.uy) – Nacional defeated Rentistas 3-0 in the Gran Parque Central in the first final of the Uruguayan Championship and was one step away from the consecration.
Those led by Martín Liguera sought to put the game in the rival field from the start, and after 6 minutes they managed to open the scoring through their striker, Gonzalo Bergessio, winning the position to Malrechauffe after a corner kick.
From the superiority established from the middle of the court, Nacional continued to dominate and impose conditions and at 18 minutes he returned to bottom with a great overflow from Ocampo on the left that ended with a dangerous low center that Irrazabal managed to cut with just enough , when Bergessio arrived to define in the middle.
At 28 minutes it was 2 to 0 for the tricolor, again with their top gunner as the protagonist. The Argentine Bergessio, with a head, broke away from Amondarain, put the ball in the back of the net and struck the second in the Great Central Park.
Already with the game uphill, Rentistas managed to get out of the drowning and at the end of the initial stage they managed to approach with a shipment to the Colazo area that Nahuel Acosta almost managed to connect.
At the start of the second half, those led by Alejandro Capuccio returned with another center from Colazo, which Salomón Rodríguez almost scored into a goal, but the ball ended up on the roof of the goal. At 57 ‘, the Red Bugs almost got the discount, but Ostojich annulled the goal due to a clear lead position by Mathias Abero.
Nacional’s response was lethal, since at 65 ‘, Mathías Laborda won from the top in the Rentistas area and with a superb header he established the 3 to 0 that put the finishing touch to the game and that left the series practically sentenced.
The Tricolor made a big difference in the first final and was one step away from the Bicampeonato. On Wednesday at the Rentistas Complex he will seek to crown the title, while the Red Bugs will need a feat to reverse history.
NATIONAL (3): Sergio Rochet, Mathías Laborda, Guzmán Corujo, Nicolás Marichal, Agustín Oliveros, Felipe Carballo, Gabriel Neves, Joaquín Trasante, Alfonso Trezza, Gonzalo Bergessio, Brian Ocampo. DT: Martín Ligüera.
RENTERS (0): Yonatan Irrazábal, Andrés Rodales, Damián Malrechauffe, Maximiliano Amondarain, Nicolás Colazo, Agustín Acosta, Carlos Villalba, Ramiro Cristóbal, Mathias Abero, Nahuel Acosta, Salomón Rodríguez. DT: Alejandro Cappuccio.
GOALS: 6 ‘and 28’ Gonzalo Bergessio (N), 65 ‘Mathias Laborda (N).
JUDGES: Esteban Ostojich, Richard Trinidad, Santiago Fernández and Gustavo Tejera.
VAR judges: Leodán González and Andrés Cunha
STADIUM: Great Central Park.