Holes (6): Covered an impressive goal ball at the end of the PT. He had doubts in some centers.
Mosquera (5): A lot of projection in attack, but with doubts in the setback.
Facundo Mansilla, of the doubts of playing a key goal for the victory of Newell’s
Newell’s: In the Colossus it grows stronger and stronger
Ditta (5): A bad delivery that could end badly in the PT. Then he regained confidence.
Pittón (5): Mater projected himself a lot for his sector and almost never stopped him. She lacks in attack.
I. Gómez (5): From less to more. A weak PT, but he made a change of pace in the second.
Sforza (6): The regularity of always. Provides removal, distribution and vision of the game.
Ferreira (5): Participatory, good to associate and reach the rival area. It lacks resolution.
Deaf (5): Active at times, disappeared at others. He missed a clear one in the PT.
Recalde (5): He had a couple of situations and did not define well. He doesn’t look comfortable at 9.
Aguirre (6): The most dangerous. He finished off whenever he could and touched when he had to.
P. Pérez (5.5): He entered to sleep the game and he did it. Newell’s was calmed by his presence.
Menéndez (5.5): He entered to define the match and ended up giving a hand in defense.
Reasco (4.5): Again imprecise in the definition. It didn’t go in well.
Coach Heinze (5.5): His team had to win and they did. He showed interesting moments but he lacks, especially in the definition.