Before Bacca's gaze, Junior beat Nacional by League

Before Bacca’s gaze, Junior beat Nacional by League

Junior received Atlético Nacional at the Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan Stadium for the second date of the Betplay League, in a duel that had as a preamble the presentation of Carlos Bacca as a new player from Barranquilla, and at the end of the 90′, it was 3-1 for the locals.

From the outset there was an intense duel in which the two teams came out to create danger in the rival’s goal -very much in their style-, and were the homeowners who ‘hit first’ 16 minutes into the opening half through the Venezuelan Luis ‘Cariaco’ Gonzalez.

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Subsequently, a game was seen in the middle of the field and with many divided balls, and as expected, a deconcentration could represent the alteration of the result; Y At 37′ from the start, striker Jéfferson Duque headed the partial 1-1.

Nevertheless, At 45+2, Junior’s second goal was scored, which was scored by Carlos Esparragozawho scored his first goal with the jersey of this team by finishing against the floor and leaving Kevin Mier without options.

Already in the second half there was a commitment with more offensive vocation on the part of the two squads but little efficiency in finishing, and at 76′ There was an infraction by Kevin Mier that allowed the goalkeeper to be sent off.

Subsequently, at 90 ‘, a maximum penalty was sanctioned for the local teamwhich ended with annotation of the end Edwuin Cetré, signing the 3-1 in favor of Junior from Barranquilla.

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That’s the way it is, Junior reached three units in the contest, taking into account that in his first outing he lost 1-0 against the Patriots. While Atlético Nacional continues with a point after the tie achieved at home against Cortuluá (1-1).

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