Peñarol, one of the most popular clubs in Uruguay, closed the year this Saturday with a 4-1 win against Danubio, which left him in the Copa Libertadores area, but without impact on the local championship.
The meeting for the sixth date of the Intermediate Tournament had been suspended after five positive cases of covid-19 had been detected in the Danubio campus.
Matías Britos, at minute 10, David Terans (38 and 44) and Agustín Alvarez Martínez (90 + 1) scored this Saturday for the visitor Peñarol, while Martín Comachi discounted for Danubio.
The Intermediate tournament will be defined between Wanderers and Nacional, which has just been eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores by River Plate of Argentina by a resounding 6-2.
The defining duel of the Uruguayan contest was to be played this Sunday but was postponed until January, without a specific date, due to a case of coronavirus in a National security employee.
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