Argentine Cup: Godoy Cruz beat Tigre and is in the semifinals

Godoy Cruz qualified for the semifinals of the Argentine Cup by defeating Tigre, from the Primera Nacional, 1-0, in the match played at the Mario Alberto Kempes stadium in Córdoba. In the next instance the Mendoza will face precisely a team from this province such as Talleres, which eliminated Temperley in the quarterfinals.

The people from Mendoza came to victory through the midfielder Martín Ojeda, who at 42 minutes of the second period finished off a free kick that was deflected in the barrier, and changed the route to goalkeeper Gonzalo Marinelli.

In this way, Diego Flores’s team added its seventh consecutive match without defeats (five for the LPF championship and two for this Argentine Cup), since the former assistant of Marcelo Bielsa arrived at the club.

Flores did one of his in the epilogue of the match, since at 39 minutes he had Alan Cantero enter for Ezequiel Bullaude, and eight later, already cautioned but also having caused the foul that ended in the goal of his team, what ended up replacing by Bruno Laws.

The development was balanced, and Tigre did his thing and at least deserved to have the opportunity to define on penalties, the possibility of reaching the semifinals.

But Godoy Cruz remains in a state of grace and ended up taking a victory that left him for the first time in a semifinal of the Argentine Cup, in which he will meet Talleres, in a very promising match due to the great footballing present that both are going through.

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