Tacuary scored a great victory against Guaraní (1-2). The Barriojarense team showed self-esteem and once again demonstrated those led by Fernando Jubero.
Legendaries and barriojarenses faced each other today at the Rogelio S. Livieres stadium for the eighth date of the Apertura 2022 First Division tournament.
The visiting cast got the score up early at minute 6 thanks to Marcelo Fernández, who retired injured shortly after.
Guaraní’s equalizer came at 24′ through a torpedo driven by Josué Colmán, at a time when the host public was crying out for their reaction.
The game generation and tenure was on the aboriginal side. The insistence was such that the attack was drowned in a sea of inconsistency situations and the defense, badly stopped when going back, was frequently exposed to powerful rival counterattacks.
Tacuary had a hard time tactically, and more physically. To the drama of the injuries it had to be added that Robert Pereira was soon left unchanged and more than one of his values ended up playing with discomfort.
However, the barriojarense lion displayed self-esteem and withstood the powerful attacks of the Indian. And when it seemed that the game was going to be tied, Hugo Valdez appeared with an accurate header to give Tacua the victory (85′).
In this way, Tacuary (6th) linked his third victory and with 10 points now moves Guaraní to seventh place (8 points).
Sensitive blow to a Guaraní who is tumbling. Jubero players do not find the necessary regularity to make peace with their demanding fans and things are not looking good.