Professional League: Sarmiento and Vélez were close at hand in agony

The 1-1 draw between Sarmiento and Vélez Sarsfield in Junín was a final not suitable for the faint of heart the Eva Peron stadium in Juninwithin the framework of the date 25 of the Professional League.

There were two controversial goals in the end of a duel that had almost a quarter of an hour of additional time. After a lackluster game, a penalty converted by the admitted Manuel Mónaco in the 99th minute It seemed that he gave the victory to the local team.

But in minute 102 the agonizing draw by Leonardo Jara would come for those directed by Sebastián Méndez.

With this result, the green juninense accumulate 29 unitswhile Fortín adds 26 points.

The first time had been all of the visit, who was aggressive especially due to the push Santiago Castro, who had two dangerous occasions and would end up injured. The place offered very little, which from the outset seemed to embrace a little point.

But the good thing about the duel between Verde and Fortín came at the end due to the dubious penalty that sanctioned the referee Nazarene Arasa after noticing a push from Joaquín García on Javier Toledo.

Urged to review it in the VAR cabin, Arasa maintained his original decision, Monaco took charge of the execution and exchanged his shot for the goal that seemed to end the story in Junín.

But after the midfield kick, Arasa penalized an infraction of mendez at the door of the highly discussed Sarmiento area by all the players and coaching staff of the local, who claimed that Giannetti had taken the ball with his hand before the stoppage of the game.

With the execution of the foul Vélez’s agonizing draw would arrive: Ortega’s shot, Devecchi leaves a long rebound that Jara took advantage of to recompose the tables on the scoreboard and return parity to a duel in injury time.

The suspense reigned once in Junín, since the game took time to resume because there were doubts about whether Gianetti interfered in the goal play, since the captain was offside. Finally, the referee gave Velezano’s goal as valid and decreed the end of a controversial match.

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