Cibao FC returned to victory after beating Delfines del Este three goals to one in a match held in the beautiful and renovated Parque Del Este.

The match was very even, but the forcefulness in attack of the Cibaeño team ended up decanting the laurel.

The first goal of the game was (11′) by striker Erick Japa after gaining speed and defining with power to beat Danilo Campana.

At the end of the first half (44′), Roger Davis equalized the actions after executing a penalty kick.

Already in the second half, the goals of the orange victory came through Erick Japa (74′) who took advantage of a good combing by his attack partner Cristhian Alba, Japa scored a double with that target and directed his eleven.

To certify the victory, Juan David Díaz marked the third conquest of the people from Santiago.

The capital derby went to O&M

Meanwhile, in the derby of the capital, the emotions did not come until the 79th minute of the game, when Kensy Guerrero defined a ball filtered in the area with his left leg that ended up in the back of the net. The university students’ win was three goals to zero over the warrior team

Three minutes later, Guerrero himself found another ball in the area after good collective action and scored the second goal of the night.

In added time, Cuban Arichell Hernández scored the third and final goal of the evening.

With these awards, Cibao FC and O&M reach 23 units and assume the leadership of the general classification.

Jarabacoa is now third with 22 points, Moca is fourth with 21, while Pantoja is still in fifth place with 17, La Vega is sixth with 13 points. San Cristóbal closes the table with 7 and Delfines with 3.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here