In pure defense, Belgrano stayed with the classic against Alumni

In pure defense, Belgrano stayed with the classic against Alumni

In one of the most attractive crashes of the 6th date of the URBA Top 12, Belgrano and Alumni faces were seen again in Virrey del Pino. This time, the local took over the celebration and put a nice frame on the match number 200 of its opening, Tomás Rosati.

Very little was studied in the first half. From the outset, Belgrano was planted in the Alumni field and reached the try in full force through Augusto Vaccarino. Immediately increased the account Tomás Rosati with a griefBut, without realizing it, Belgrano yielded the leading role to Alumni who matched the fight in the fixed formations and began to bring danger to the brown’s ingoal.

At 28, and after a play of several phases, Tobías Moyano discounted for those from Tortuguitas; However, Belgrano managed to widen the difference as a result of a penalty try that allowed him to go into the break with a favorable partial by 17 to 5.

In the complement, the domain was also changing. Alumni with great impetus but without clarity, reached the try through Luca Sábato first, and Alejo González Chávez later. But Belgrano, who tackled tirelessly all afternoon, knew how to transform every foray he had in the 22 of his rival into points. And had it to Rosati who, with 200 games, shows that there is still a lot of thread on the spool.


BELGRANO (32): 1. Francisco Ferronato, 2. Ignacio Favre, 3. Facundo Ferreti, 4. Adolfo Martínez, 5. Augusto Vaccarino, 6. Joaquín de la Serna, 7. Agustín Rocca, 8. Joaquín Moro, 9. Ignacio Marino, 10. Tomás Rosati, 11. Juan Lando, 12. Juan Brescia, 13. Tomás Teglia, 14. Tobías Bernabé, 15. Juan Rodríguez.

Changes: ST – 20 ‘Fermín Martínez for Juan Brescia; 30 ‘Andrés Bianco for Facundo Ferreti, and Juan Penesi for Joaquín Moro; 36 ‘Ramón Dugan by Adolfo Martínez.

Trainers: Guillermo Tramezzani, Diego Gradín, Luis Gradín, Francisco Gradín.

ALUMNI (20): 1. Máximo Castrillo, 2. Juan Garri, 3. Ezequiel Oliva, 4. Tiziano Corvo Dolcet, 5. Santiago Alduncin, 6. Ignacio Milou, 7. Mariano Romanini, 8. Tobías Moyano, 9. Tomás Passerotti, 10. Gonzalo Ambroa , 11. Luca Sábato, 12. Franco Battezzati (C), 13. Tomás Cubilla, 14. Segundo Gaviña, 15. Máximo Provenzano.

Changes: PT – 35 ‘Sebastián Sosa by Ezequiel Oliva. ST – 5 ‘Manuel Mora by Tiziano Corvo Dolcet; 10 ‘Alejo González Chavez for Segundo Gaviña and Juan Etchegoyen for Mariano Romanini; 16 ‘Tomás Corneille for Gonzalo Ambroa; 25 ‘Santiago Ambroa by Tomás Passerotti.

Trainers: Santiago Van der Ghote, Nahuel Neyra, Rodrigo Jiménez Salice.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 9 ‘Try by Augusto Vaccarino, converted by Tomás Rosati (B); 17 ‘Penalty by Tomás Rosati (B); 28´Try Tobías Moyano (A); 36 ‘Try Penalty (B.

Partial Result: Belgrano 17 – 5 Alumni.

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 4 ‘Penalty by Gonzalo Ambroa (A); 10 ‘Try Tobías Bernabé (B); 11 ‘Try by Luca Sábato, converted by Gonzalo Ambroa (A); 20 ‘try by Ignacio Marino, converted by Tomás Rosati (B); 23 ‘Penalty by Tomás Rosati (B); 25 ‘Try by Alejo González Chavez (A).

Final score: Belgrano 32 – 20 Alumni.

INCIDENTS: PT – 39 ‘Yellow card to Juan Brescia (B).


REFEREE: Nehuén Jauri Rivero.

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