Atlético Tucumán led by Carlos Lampe returned to the lead in Argentina, Boca on the lookout

Atlético Tucumán led by Carlos Lampe returned to the lead in Argentina, Boca on the lookout

September 25, 2022, 9:41 PM

September 25, 2022, 9:41 PM

Atlético Tucumán defeated Estudiantes 3-1, once again being the sole leader of the championship and strengthened its candidacy for the title six days before the end of the Professional League-2022 of Argentine soccer.

In one of the games this Sunday for the twenty-first date of the League, the ‘Dean’ had the obligation to win after Boca’s victory (1-0) over Godoy Cruz, which left the ‘xeneizes’ at the top of the table.

And the albiceleste fulfilled its objective, with goals from Mateo Coronel (28) and Augusto Lotti (58 and 76, from penalties), while Leandro Díaz (41) discounted for Estudiantes, in an entertaining match.

In this way, Atlético Tucumán, who is aiming for his first title in the highest category, returns to the top with 41 points, ahead of Boca (39), while Racing and Huracán (37) share the championship podium with six games remaining for each of the contenders for the crown.

Racing climbed to third place in the championship with a tight 2-1 win over Unión, in a match that the Santa Fe team dominated with a goal from Paraguayan Junior Marabel (49), but the ‘Academy’ turned it around with a header from Enzo Copetti (72) and an accurate left-footed shot from Colombian Johan Carbonero (86), who had entered In the second half.

After several doubts, Racing corrected the course in the last days, and with four victories in the last five games they definitely got into the top positions.

Gimnasia y Esgrima needed to win to reach Boca and be at least as a shooting guard, but the ‘Wolf’ did not play well and was surprised in his stronghold of La Plata by Tigre, who clearly beat him 1-0 with a goal from Paraguayan striker Blas Armoa (29), who scored for the third game in a row.

The fall as a local was a hard impact for Gimnasia, who lost three of his last four games, just in the decisive stretch of the contest, and now he was relegated to the fifth step, five units behind the ‘Dean’.

At night, Vélez won again after 15 games at home and beat Barracas Central 1-0 with a goal by Walter Bou (28, from a penalty), a victory to give Uruguayan coach Alexander Medina a break, in the midst of a poor season in the League, beyond having reached the semifinals of the Copa Libertadores.

Rosario Central drew 1-1 with Platense, a result that suited ‘Squid’ better, who took the lead with a goal from Ramiro González Hernández (14), but the locals equalized through Facundo Buonanotte (45+7).

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