The duel took place between Deportivo Pasto and Independiente Santa Fe for the eleventh day of the Betplay League, which left a 4-2 for the red in a game that had many emotions.
Those directed by Martín Cardetti showed a different face which they had been leaving in the most recent duels and a practical, vertical team that made quick transitions to disturb the Nariñense team was seen.
Seven minutes into the first half there was a penalty in favor of Santa Fe after an infraction committed against Wilfrido De la Rosa, which was well capitalized by Wilson Morelo.
Later, a game was presented in which the team from the capital became ‘lord and master’, the 33′ extended the advantage with a great goal from a free kick executed by the right side Harold Gomez.
But four from the end of the first part Duvier Riascos hit a header after a dead ball and put the discount just before going to the locker room.
Already in the second part, three minutes were enough for Riascos will score leaving the partial 2-2 who saw the Santafereños compromised, even so, without despairing.
And nine minutes later Jersson González got up very well after taking a free kick and made it 3-2 at 62′ reinforced Yéiler Goez with a good goal after a blow from outside the area that left goalkeeper Martínez without options.
Thus, the duel came to an end with a 4-2 for Santa Fe that puts it back among the eight classifiedwhile Pasto is 18 with nine points.
Liga Betplay: how the standings are going after the victory of Santa Fe, the defeat of Cali and the ‘slip’ of Tolima
1. Millionaires, 23 (one less game)
2. Tolima, 22
3. National, 20 (one game less)
4. Caldas, 19 (one game less)
5. Junior, 18 (one less game)
6. Envigado, 17 (one game less)
7. Santa Fe, 16
8. Medellín, 15 (one game less)
9. America, 15 (one less game)
10. Bucaramanga, 15
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the journey will continue this Thursday with the duel between Atlético Nacional and Jaguareson a date that will go until next Sunday, March 20.