Brown de Adrogué beat Instituto de Córdoba 2-1 on the 16th date of the First National Championship and dreams of fighting leader Belgrano. The victory was the best tribute for Pablo Vicó, who this Saturday celebrated 500 consecutive games at the head of the Adrogué team.
Matías Noble at 10 minutes, from a penalty, and Oscar Belinetz at 16, both from the complement gave the “tricolor” the victory, while Gabriel Graciani at 45 minutes of the second half, from a penalty, marked the discount for “La Gloria “. In this way, Brown de Adrogué reached 30 units and was seven behind the leader Belgrano de Córdoba. For their part, Estudiantes de Buenos Aires ratified their great moment and beat Quilmes in a hard-fought match by 2-1. The local goals were the work of Elías Alderete and Alan Cantero, while Mauro Molina had advanced the “beer” cast.
Villa Dálmine, with a weak present, surprised by thrashing Gimnasia de Jujuy 3-0 with goals from Brian Camisassa, Diego Martínez and Rafael Sangiovani. Another match that ended in a landslide was Independiente Rivadavia, who took advantage of the weak Santamarina and gave him a 3-0 win with goals from Agustín Osinaga -against-, Lucas Ambrogio and Matías Quiroga.
Lastly, San Martín de San Juan at home beat Nueva Chicago 3-1; Matías Escudero, Tomás Fernández and Matías Giménez scored for the host, while Tomás González scored for the visit. In addition, Defensores de Belgrano and Agropecuario equalized goalless.