Talleres won 2-0 against Argentinos and regained his smile – News

workshops (12 points), of irregular campaign, was sung this Saturday night with a deserved 2-0 victory over Argentine Juniors (20), in one of the meetings corresponding to the 12th. date of the Professional League tournament (LPF).

Waiting for the revenge duel for the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores against Vélez Sarsfield, the team led by the Portuguese Pedro Caixinha added its second consecutive success at home and its third duel without falling in the domestic competition.

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the tip Rodrigo Garro (Pt. 39m.) and attacking midfielder Jose Romero (St. 40m.) turned into the Mario Alberto Kempes stadium and gave the albiazul a sufficient dose of confidence to assume the decisive match on Wednesday in the best possible way, also on the stage of the Cordovan capital.

For its part, the cast of La Paternal, accumulated its third match without celebrations and its second consecutive defeat, after last weekend’s 0-1 with San Lorenzo.

Even when he enlisted with some alternative elements, Talleres opted to take the initiative, with the mobility on the wings exhibited by both the Colombian Valoyes and the Bahian Pizzini.

Argentinos Juniors, who had the comebacks after prolonged injuries of both Kevin Mac Allister and Paraguayan striker Gabriel Avalos, did not have the usual amount of dynamics in the middle of the field. The transfer of Fausto Vera to Brazilian soccer seems to have limited that oiled operation that generated difficulties in rival proposals.

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The opening of the scoreboard came, through a stopped ball maneuver. A left-footed shot from Garro, which dug into the upper left corner of Lanzillotta, decreed the 1-0 in favor of the “T”.

The local team could have increased the figures before retiring to the break, but the refereeing team, by using VAR, annulled a maneuver that ended in a goal by Valoyes, due to an advanced position at the start of the play.

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In the second half, Talleres ceded the initiative to an opponent who had the occasional chance to level the score, such as a shot from Nuss who went over the crossbar.

But, DT Milito’s team lacked the usual fluidity and ended up paying dearly for overtaking in a replica, when Pizzini overflowed from the left and sent a cross to the area that the kid José Romero resolved with a heel before Lanzillotta left.

The people of the “T” left singing and hoping -with enthusiasm- to be able to turn the cup series around with Vélez Sarsfield (2-3) in order to get into a historic instance of the semifinals.


Workshops: Guido Herrera; Julio Buffarini, Rafael Perez, Lucas Suarez and Enzo Diaz; Diego Valoyes, Diego Ortegoza, Rodrigo Villagra and Francisco Pizzini; Federico Girotti and Rodrigo Garro. DT: Peter Caixinha.

Argentine Juniors: Federico Lanzillotta; Kevin Mac Allister, Miguel Torrén and Lucas Villalba; Javier Cabrera, Luciano Gómez, Franco Moyano, Luciano Sánchez; Andres Roa; Gabriel Avalos and Nicolas Reniero. DT: Gabriel Milito.

Estadio: Mario Alberto Kempes (Cordoba).

Referee: Nazareno Arasa.



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