San Lorenzo beats Racing and joins the dispute for the title

San Lorenzo beats Racing and joins the dispute for the title

08/23/2022 at 06:52


The 1-2 puts Almagro’s men in the fight after getting six points behind Atlético Tucumán

Juan Méndez and Andrés Vombergar scored for Barça, while Copetti scored for La Academia

San Lorenzo de Almagro beat Racing Club 1-2 on Monday on the fifteenth day of the Argentinian League and joined the fight for the title by remaining six points behind the leader Atlético Tucumán, who will play this Tuesday against Barracas Central at the end of the date. The azulgrana team prevailed with goals from John Mendez Y Andres Vombergar. Enzo Copetti he scored the goal for La Academia, which suffered the expulsions of Tomás Chancalay and Leonardo Sigali in the second half. This victory allowed San Lorenzo to reach 23 points and climb to eighth position with three games left to play this day, which will be played on Tuesday.

Atlético Tucumán, leader with 29 points, and its closest rival, Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata, which has 28, will face Barracas Central and Aldosivi, respectively.

Also this Monday there was the defeat of Central Rosary in view of banfield by 0-1 with a goal from Agustin Urzi. Both teams were left with 18 points. Also, Students from La Plata beat him for 1-0 to Union with a goal from Mauro Boselli penalty. The team from La Plata reached 19 points and Unión was left with 21. In the last two games on Monday, Platense and Talleres drew goalless Y Vélez and Sarmiento equalized 1-1with goals from Maximum Perrone for Velez and Javier Toledo for visitors. Platense is the one that was best placed with 22 points, Sarmiento reached 18, Talleres at 14 and Vélez at 11.

On Sunday, River Plate beat Central Córdoba 3-0 and Boca Juniors beat Defense and Justice 0-1. The Millionaire adds up to 25 integers and the Xeneize has two less.

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