Cibao FC will defend the leadership of the Dominican Football League (LDF 2022), when it hosts the inspired Atlético de San Cristóbal this Friday, a matchday 7 match that will begin at 7:00 p.m., at the Pontificia Stadium. Mother and Teacher Catholic University.
The eleventh orange dominates the event after playing the first six dates, while the southerners have been playing from less to more and are already located in the sixth place in the classifications.
Cibao FC has four wins and two draws to total 14 points, the maximum figure in the standings. They have also gone 27 games in a row without losing in the regular round, a streak that began at the end of 2020.
San Cristóbal, after a bad start, has improved to one win, two draws and three losses for a total of 5 points, owning the 6th position that is qualifying for the Liguilla.
In the half dozen games, Cibao FC with the support of Banreservas, has scored 12 goals, while his goal has been violated 6 times for a positive balance of more than 6.
The Sancristobalenses, who come from a draw with Moca FC as visitors, have 6 goals for and 9 against, for a negative balance of minus 3.
The 12 goals of La Fiebre are led by the Colombian Juan David Díaz with three, while Erick Japa and Yohan Parra have contributed two, adding seven between three players.
With a goal appear, Welkin Luis, Ángel Montes de Oca, Dairin González, Diefry Mensú and the recently entered Christian Alba, Uruguayan reinforcement.
The 6 goals of San Cristóbal have been achieved by Ramón “Mon” Ramírez with 2, with one being Frandy Mateo, Kleffer Marte, Samir De la Rosa, Jaime Vélez and Herard Frantzety.
Cibao FC’s strategist is Argentine Jorge Alfonso, who was champion last season, with the same Cibao team.
The thinking head of Atlético San Cristóbal is the Dominican-Peruvian Daniel Álvarez, who in 2021 was coach of the New York East, in the United States.