Gustavo Britos scores a brace in Huila’s 2-1 win over Once Caldas

Gustavo Britos scores a brace in Huila’s 2-1 win over Once Caldas

In Match 9 of Colombia – Liga Betplay I 2023, Huila added three points to his record after their 2-1 victory over the Habs on Monday. The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Gustavo Britos (26′ 1T and 11′ 2T). While the visitor’s goal was scored by Dayro Moreno (14′ 1T).

The best player of the game was Gustavo Britos. The Huila striker scored 2 goals, shot 3 times in the opposite goal and made 4 correct passes.

Dayro Moreno also stood out at the Guillermo Plazas Alcid stadium. The Once Caldas striker scored 1 goal, shot 3 times in the opposite goal and made 18 correct passes.

The game was notable for a lot of friction and constant fouls that cut the match short. There were a large number of warnings: Fáiner Torijano, Blas Díaz, Jaider Riquett, Leonardo Pico, Santiago Jiménez, Ronaldo Tavera and Jonathan Herrera. Jaider Riquett was sent off after receiving his second yellow in the 49th minute of the second half.

Huila coach Néstor Craviotto suggested a 4-3-3 formation with Jhon Figueroa in goal; Jhon Lerma, Leonardo Escorcia, Jaime Giraldo and Andrés Rivera on the defensive line; Sebastián Hernández, Yosimarc Torres and Blas Díaz in the middle; and Faber Gil Mosquera, Gustavo Britos and Marcus Vinicius in attack.

For their part, Pedro Sarmiento’s side entered the field with a 4-5-1 pattern with Gerardo Ortiz under the three sticks; Santiago Jiménez, Fáiner Torijano, Andrés Correa and Jaider Riquett in defence; Luis Pérez, Guillermo Celis, Luis Miranda, Sherman Cárdenas and David Lemos in midfield; and Dayro Moreno in front.

Jhon Ospina Londoño was the referee who officiated the match at the Guillermo Plazas Alcid stadium.

Huila’s next game in the league will be as a visitor against Tolima, while Tricolor will host Pereira.

With this result, the host of the match reaches 10 points and is in thirteenth place. For its part, the visiting team remains at 8 units and occupies the sixteenth place of the tournament.

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