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Nicolás Ibáñez (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis)
At the Alfonso Lastras Stadium, Athletic of San Luis faced the Chivas de Guadalajara, a tough test for Leonel Rocco’s pupils. The Las Tunas debuted with victory at home thanks to the great performance of Nicolas Ibáñez, who was dispatched two goals against the Guadalajara (3-1).
He Sacred Flock arrived in San Luis Potosí with a single objective: get your first three points of the tournament. Although they have not lost in their start to the championship, they have not been able to celebrate a victory by adding two draws.
The mattress franchise He has also not walked the semester and they urgently needed a win. This because they lost in their two previous games when they were measured as a visitor against the Águilas del América (2-1) and the Gallos Blancos del Querétaro (1-0).
The mattress franchise has not walked in the semester either and they urgently needed a win (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis)
With this in mind, after the referee’s whistle, the locals came out to squeeze the people from Guadalajara to defend his home for the first time in the pageant. Not two minutes had passed when the first notice of Potosí that was a herald of what would be the first time.
The visitors were saved from an early goal after a center that ended in the hairpin of the goal. In the second action, Raúl Gudiño intervened to deflect the ball from the nets he defended.
However, the luck ran out for those led by Víctor Manuel Vucetich a few minutes later (7 ′). In a free kick taken by Pablo Barrera, Ramiro González took advantage of the carelessness behind and finished only in area big to open the score (1-0).
Ramiro González took advantage of the neglect of the rear and finished only in a large area to open the scoring (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis)
The Guadalajara team seemed that they could not get up from the first blow of their rivals and gave the ball, a decision that cost them dearly in the first third of the match (28 ′). In a dispute for the ball, Ricardo Chávez sent a long front cross to Nicolas Ibáñez, who beat Raúl Gudiño with a soft and choppy header (2-0).
The goals were a slap that disoriented the people of Jalisco until the second half. The young man had to come to the rescue José Juan Macías, that he had two weeks without training due to his positive to COVID-19.
Little by little the Flock began to feel comfortable on the court, but a defensive mistake killed his aspirations Victory. Again the rear was wrong in the red zone, action that took advantage Damien Batallini who entered alone in the area and caused Gudiño committed a penalty.
Nicolás Ibáñez was the executioner of the Chivas when he scored two of the three goals of the Las Tunas (Photo: Courtesy / Atlético de San Luis)
Nico IbanezSure of his responsibility as a forward, he took the ball to collect from 11 steps (62 ′). The Argentinian shot crossed left and, although the archer hit the direction, the ball hugged the nets (3-0).
But the rojiblanco team woke up With 20 minutes remaining for the end of the match (70 ′). Jose Juan beat scorer Ramiro González, who slipped, and with a low shot fooled goalkeeper Axel Werner that he only saw the ball enter his goal (3-1).
At the end, Guadalajara could not get closer on the scoreboard and sentenced his first defeat in the championship, in addition to being winless for the year. Instead, San Luis took advantage of the locality to add their first three points of the campaign and calm the waters in the quotient table.
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