Racing entered a hot sale and Talleres took advantage of all the offers

Hauche pass directly to opponent in a compromising area and a goal by the Uruguayan Michael Santos with the assistance of Rodrigo Garro. A few minutes later, an unhappy pass from Insúa to a sleeping Sigali in midfield and Santos’ second goal after a lethal counterattack which also included the Paraguayan Ramón Sosa y Garro. More mistakes, fewer mistakes, that’s how Racing practically liquidated the story against him during the first half in the cold night of Avellaneda, which ended with a crazy 4-2 in favor of Talleres de Córdoba.

The game was a faithful reflection of the moments of both in the League. Talleres, although a team with streaks, is one of the best and is fourth with 27 points. For its part, Racing (15th with 18 points) has no floor: they lost five of their last six (three in a row) and the remaining one was the draw against Independiente that left Red’s men happier. The balm for the Academy is his walk in the Libertadoreswhere he leads his zone with 7 points ahead of Flamengo (4), Aucas (3) and Ñublense (3).

It’s been a while since Fernando Gago’s team got ahead of the hot sale this week and their offers leave no doubt about their veracity: He has eight consecutive games -between the League and the Cup- without ending with a clean sheet and this Monday was the fourth time he received three or more goals.

In any case, it is worth noting that Racing tried to make up for its countless defensive horrors -even the biggest batons, with Insúa and Opazo as protagonists, did not end in a goal- on the other side of the field and reached Guido Herrera’s goal on numerous occasions. He even dared to dream of a comeback after being three goals down (at 50 Colombian Diego Valoyes made it 3-0 after another neglect by Opazo and Insúa) when Pillud discounted with a left-footed goal -yes, left-footed- and Orozagain the best of Racing, as in the week against Flamengo.

But when Talleres was against the ropes, Paraguayan Ramón Sosa -the great figure of the night- Leonardo Sigali missed and he committed a penalty. Thus, Valoyes put the final 4-2 in a very entertaining night that could have ended with a historic win for the Cordovans or a heroic tie for the locals, but which in no way would I have had this erratic Racing as the winner.

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