San Lorenzo beats Racing and joins the dispute for the title

San Lorenzo draws without goals and loses the wake of River

05/09/2023 at 06:41


Defense and Justice got a point against “Ciclón”, which is second to 8 of the “Millionaire”

San Lorenzo tied without goals playing away from Defense and Justice and lost even more options this Monday to challenge River Plate for the lead in one of the last matches of the fifteenth day of the Argentine Soccer Professional League Tournament. Despite the result, Ciclón remains second with 29 points and is 8 behind the leader, while Defensa y Justicia, with 28, was in third place after a duel without clear endings in either of the two teams.

The first half was controlled by the visitors, but those led by Rubén Darío Insua generated clearer situations. In the second half there was more play with the ball near the goals, where the goalkeepers Augusto Batalla from San Lorenzo and Ezequiel Unsain from Defensa y Justicia shone.

Another of the matches on this date was the defeat of Arsenal in view of Gymnastics and Fencing La Plata by 0-1. The Sarandí club fell to the penultimate position and remains in the relegation zone, while racing fell for 2-4 versus Workshops of Cordoba. Those led by Fernando Gago fail to raise their heads adding three consecutive losses at home. For his part, the Uruguayan Michael Santos from ‘Matador’ managed to score a double and became the top scorer in the league. Colombian striker Diego Valoyes completed the rout by scoring another two goals for Talleres, which rises to fourth position with 27 points, while right-back Iván Pillud and left-back Nicolás Oroz scored for Racing.

Finally, Sarmiento de Junin closed the day by beating Central Cordoba by 0-1 with a goal from striker Luciano Gondou, who under these three points ends up in position number 13, one step above Boca Juniors.

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