San Antonio and Independiente play for a place in the final of the Apertura Tournament

San Antonio and Independiente play for a place in the final of the Apertura Tournament

San Antonio and Independiente play for a place in the final of the Apertura Tournament

April 21, 2024, 5:16 PM

April 21, 2024, 5:16 PM

The fervor of Bolivian football intensifies with the arrival of the semifinals of the Apertura Tournament, where San Antonio and Independiente will fight for a place in the grand final. Both teams arrive with their sights set on glory, after overcoming obstacles in the previous rounds.

The Cochabamba team, San Antonio, arrives at this crucial confrontation after leaving behind a giant of Bolivian soccer, Bolívar. It was a tie that left the fans speechless.

For its part, Independiente got rid of Aurora in an exciting series that was defined from the penalty spot, demonstrating mettle and determination.

The first leg is scheduled for this Monday, with the Carlos Villegas Stadium in Entre Ríos as the scene of this football battle. The initial whistle will sound from 3:00 p.m., starting what promises to be a highly emotional confrontation.

To maintain order and fairness on the field of play, The arbitration responsibility will fall on Juan Nelio Garcíaaccompanied by assistants Carlos Tapia and Juan Pablo Montaño.

Besides, The video arbitration system will be in charge of Luis Villarroel and Juan Pablo Flores, ensuring precise decisions at crucial moments in the match.

The return of this exciting series will take place at the Patria Stadium in Sucre next Saturday, April 27, with the ball in play starting at 4:00 p.m.

On the other side of the table are Universitario and The Strongest, who played the first leg on Saturday (ending with a 0-1 victory). The return of this key will be next Sunday.

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