Goal festival in Atlético Tucumán vs. Argentinians

One day after the very good show given in Junín by Sarmiento and Unión de Santa Fe (Tatengue triumph 4-3), Atlético Tucumán and Argentinos Juniors repeated the result and goal festival this Sunday, this time in favor of the local who returned to the victory after six games and after the departure of coach Omar De Felippe.

The duel took place at the Monumental José Fierro stadium, in the city of San Miguel de Tucumán, and the Dean’s goals were scored by Ramiro Ruíz Rodríguez and Ramiro Carrera, at 4 and 30 minutes after the initial stage, and Agusto Lotti and Marcelo Ortiz, at 54 and 79. But despite being down by three goals with 15 minutes to go, the Bug fought and put the homeowner in trouble with the conquests of Nicolás Reniero, Mateo Coronel and Kevin Mac Allister, at 76, 77 and 94 respectively.

Atlético had Martin Anastacio as interim coach, until former midfielder Pablo Guiñazú took over the technical leadership, who watched the game from the stadium stalls.

Argentinos slept a long nap in Tucumán, almost throughout the match and Atlético took advantage of it: he hit early by taking a free kick quickly and later took advantage of a counter and a bad defensive management of the Bug. In the middle, veteran Cristian Lucchetti was left with a penalty kick from Paraguayan Gabriel Avalos, who had an afternoon to forget when defining.

At the beginning of the second half, the misunderstandings in the visiting background were repeated for the senior enjoyment in a play originated in a powerful goal kick by Lucchetti that ended with an impressive definition by Lotti.

But in a flurry, Argentinos made the local fans’ hair stand on end thanks to two goals, the first after a great team move defined with a left-footed shot from Reniero and the second with an individuality and a distant shot from Coronel.

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Clear that the emboldening of the visit lasted what an instant, since after another bad mark in a stopped ball came the fourth celebration of the tucumanos for Gabriel Milito to observe astonished from the bench. When there was little left for the end, Mac Allister added suspense to the result, which finally went to the locals.


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