Blooming debuts Néstor Clausen as coach this Monday against Always Ready

Blooming debuts Néstor Clausen as coach this Monday against Always Ready

August 14, 2022, 9:40 PM

August 14, 2022, 9:40 PM

The tenth date of the Closing Tournament will culminate with two attractive matches for this Monday. Two Santa Cruz will seek to seize units as visitors. Blooming will travel to El Alto, while Royal Pari will play in Cochabamba.

The first match between Always Ready and Blooming has the extra seasoning of being the revival of Néstor Clausen as strategist for the light blue. The Argentine took the reins of the Santa Cruz academy after the resignation of Rodrigo Venegas.

Blooming, eleventh in the table, with 11 points, needs to regain confidence and performance to excite their fans again. The people from El Alto, second in the standings, need to win by as much as possible to prevent The Strongest from escaping and taking distance at the top of the Clausura.

Aurora will receive Royal Pari in the last game of the date. The real estate agents seek to get up after the fall against Guabirá by 1-0, and also get closer to the rival on duty.

Those led by ‘Copito’ Andrada add up to 11 units, and if they win, they will approach Aurora (15). On the other hand, Francisco Arguello’s men only aspire to get closer to the first four, since they have no chance of climbing positions, not even with a victory.

Date 10 unfolded as follows:

Real Santa Cruz 1-2 Bolivar

The Strongest 1-1 Palmaflor

Guabirá 1-1 Independent

Nacional Potosi 1-0 Wilstermann

University of Sucre 2-1 University of Vint

East Oil 3-0 Real Tomayapo

Always Ready – Blooming | 15:00

Aurora – Royal Paris | 18:00

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