Racing added a victory as difficult as it was important by beating Huracán 2-1, in a duel that was marked by a controversial play in the first half, when the visitors took the lead through Cordero, but referee Darío Herrera annulled the game. both at the request of the VAR, for a hand in a previous play. Then, Racing found victory thanks to a great goal from outside the area by Matías Rojas and a goal from Gabriel Hauche, before Cordero signaled the definitive discount.
The development showed a more ambitious Racing, but Huracán was finding a way to neutralize it. And in that process he reached the goal, but a hand from Gudiño charged at the request of the VAR prevented the opening. All Huracán protested because after the offence, two Racing players touched the ball before the visitors attacked again.
The parity of the game was broken by Rojas at the start of the second half, with a shot from long distance that hit the crossbar. The advantage made possible the best minutes for Racing, which increased the difference with a magnificent resolution from Hauche’s cue.
Everything seemed resolved, so much so that Gago took care of pieces thinking about the premiere in the Copa Libertadores. However, Cordero’s discount put Huracán back into the game, who took the lead and had chances to get closer to a tie. But since Racing was able to remain firm in defense, they celebrated a difficult victory and one that allows them to remain expectant in the standings.