(ESPN.com) – Deportivo Maldonado beat River Plate 2-1 at Saroldi Park for the third date of the Clausura Tournament. The visiting team had a great performance from Lucas Viatri on their debut.
Depor hit at the right times and took a very important victory to end a very tough nine-game winless streak.
Lucas Viatri opened the penalty mark in the 44th minute, while Eduardo Darias closed the match in the discounts with a heads up in which he calmly defined before the departure of Salvador Ichazo.
For its part, River Plate managed to discount only in the last play of the match through a good individual play by Matías Arezo, but it was too late and Gustavo Díaz’s team had to receive their second consecutive defeat.
In his debut, the Argentine Viatri was the figure of Deportivo, providing his usual game for his teammates, as well as being a danger in the attack plays.
RIVER PLATE: Salvador Ichazo, Nicolás Rodríguez, Robert Herrera, Felipe Carvalho, Facundo Bonifazi, Marcos Montiel (46 ‘Gonzalo Castro), Gonzalo Nápoli, Luciano Boggio (66’ Adrián Leites), Pablo García, Matías Arezo and Thiago Borbas (83 ‘Facundo Boné) . DT: Gustavo Díaz.
SPORTS MALDONADO: Danilo Lerda, Guillermo Cotugno, Joaquín Varela, Hugo Souza (70 ‘Andrés Ravecca), Facundo Tealde, Eduardo Darias, Lucas Núñez, Federico Ramos, Adolfo Lima (72’ Rodrigo Muniz), Diego Casas (83 ‘Alexander González) and Lucas Viatri (83 ‘Sebastián González). DT: Francisco Palladino.
Goals: 44 ‘- Viatri (DM), 92’ – Darias (DM), 96 ‘- Arezo (RP)
Stadium: Federico Omar Saroldi Park