Lanús vs. Central Córdoba (Santiago del Estero) – Party Report – October 1, 2021


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Lanús vs.  Central Córdoba (Santiago del Estero) - Party Report - October 1, 2021

Lanús and Unión achieved respective triumphs against Aldosivi (1-2) and Central Córdoba (2-1), at the beginning of the 14th day of the gaucho tournament, which marked the return of the public to the Argentine soccer stadiums.

In the meeting that began the activity on Friday, Unión de Santa Fe prevailed at home by 1-2 against Aldosivi in ​​a José María Minella stadium that had 50% of the full capacity, as determined by the National Government at the most for this start of the return of the sympathizers.

Gastón González converted the two goals of the winner, while Emanuel Brítez, against his fence, scored the goal for the local team, which had Diego Villar as coach.

Aldosivi, who yesterday announced Martín Palermo as a new coach after the departure of Fernando Gago, remains in the basement of the classification, while Unión de Santa Fe climbed to eleventh position.

In the other game this Friday, Lanús returned to victory by winning 2-1 against Central Córdoba to climb to third place with 26 units, three behind the leader Talleres de Córdoba.

Juan Manuel López and Ignacio Malcorra scored the winner’s goals, while Leonardo Sequeira opened the account for the Santiago team, which remains in the penultimate position after this fall.

The 14th day, which will continue into the weekend and conclude on Monday, has as its great attraction the superclassic between River and Boca next Sunday at the Monumental stadium.

In addition, the Talleres leader will visit Defense and Justice on Monday, San Lorenzo will be a visitor to Atlético Tucumán on Saturday, the same day that Vélez Sarsfield will receive Independiente, while on Sunday Racing Club will be the local of Estudiantes de La Plata.


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