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Badosa returns to the third step, behind Swiatek and Jabeur

At the beginning of the final stretch of the Argentine Professional Football League Tournament, Atlético Tucumán remained at the top of the standings after beating Estudiantes de La Plata 3-1 last night, Boca Juniors is the only escort after beating away from home by 0 -1 to Godoy Cruz in Mendoza, and River Plate was relegated after losing 0-1 to Talleres de Córdoba on Saturday at its Monumental stadium.

The ‘Dean’ from Tucuman ratified his aspirations to win the first title in his history after achieving a great 3-1 win against Estudiantes de La Plata thanks to a double by Augusto Lotti and the rest by Mateo Coronel against a partial draw achieved by Leandro Diaz for the pratenses.

After this victory for the twenty-first day of the competition, Atlético Tucumán has 41 points in a spectacular campaign led by coach Lucas Pusineri that includes eleven wins, eight draws and just two losses.

Two points behind was Boca Juniors, who last night with a squad very decimated by injuries, suspensions and players affected by their national teams, won 0-1 against Godoy Cruz in Mendoza with the solitary goal of the youthful Luca Langoni.

The ‘Xeneize’, who just won the title in the Professional League Cup in the first half of the year, had six wins and a draw in his last seven presentations to present himself as a serious contender for the crown of the Tucuman ‘Dean’.

Racing Club and Huracán were in third place in the standings, both with 37 points, after their respective wins against Unión (2-1) and Banfield (3-1), which allowed them to dream of fighting for the championship until the end.

Fernando Gago’s ‘Academy’ of Avellaneda had to suffer to beat Unión 2-1 with goals from Enzo Copetti and Colombian Johan Carbonero in the 86th minute to unbalance a score that Paraguayan Junior Marabel had opened for the visit.

The ‘Globo’, meanwhile, in the first match of this day on Friday had authoritatively defeated Banfield 3-1 with the conquests of Walter Pérez, Rodrigo Cabral and the Uruguayan Matías Cóccaro, after the opening of the score indicated by Alejandro Cabrera.

Gimnasia and River Plate were the big losers of this day after their respective defeats at home against Tigre (0-1) and Talleres de Córdoba (0-1).

The ‘Lobo’ added his second setback in a row against a ‘Matador’ who prevailed with the goal of the Paraguayan Blas Armoa to leave the La Plata team with 36 points.

Even more relegated with 32 integers was River Plate after his fall on Saturday in the final minute against Talleres de Córdoba, in the Monumental, thanks to the conquest of Diego Ortegoza.

In the same line with 32 points was Godoy Cruz after the loss against Boca on Friday and with 30 are located Tigre and Platense, who this Sunday tied 1-1 as a visitor with Rosario Central.

In other results of this twenty-first day, on Saturday Defense and Justice in the debut of Julio Vaccari as coach beat Patronato de Paraná 2-1, Sarmiento beat Arsenal de Sarandí 2-0, Lanús deepened the crisis in San Lorenzo by beat him 2-0 and Independiente recorded their fourth win in a row by beating Newell’s Old Boys 1-0.

Vélez reaped only his second victory of the tournament by beating Barracas Central 1-0 in a day that will be completed on Monday with two games: Colón-Argentinos Juniors and Aldosivi-Central Córdoba de Santiago del Estero.

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