El Bicho added three this Monday in the match corresponding to date 20. The visit scored the only goal of the match at 31 minutes into the second half, through Leonardo Heredia. With a pass from Federico Redondo, the striker hit the opposite goal with a header.
Leonardo Heredia was the figure of the party. The Argentinos Juniors striker scored 1 goal and made 3 correct passes.
Another important player in the match was Federico Redondo. The Argentinos Juniors midfielder made 16 correct passes and removed 3 balls.
The process of the match was very close and intense, with more nerves than play. There were several cautioned: Miguel Brizuela, Javier Cabrera, Lautaro Giannetti, Julián Fernández and Gastón Verón.
Vélez’s technical director, Marcelo Bravo, proposed a 4-5-1 strategy with Gastón Gómez in goal; Joaquín García, Lautaro Giannetti, Miguel Brizuela and Francisco Ortega on the defensive line; Nicolás Garayalde, Christian Ordóñez, Gianluca Prestianni, Elías Cabrera and Lucas Janson in the middle; and Abiel Osorio in the attack.
For their part, those led by Gabriel Milito stopped with a 3-5-2 scheme with Alexis Martín Arias under the three sticks; Pablo Minissale, Miguel Ángel Torrén and Lucas Villalba in defense; Javier Cabrera, Alan Rodríguez, Matías Vera, Francisco González Metilli and Luciano Sánchez in midfield; and Thiago Nuss and Gabriel Ávalos up front.
The referee Fernando Rapallini was selected to carry out the actions of the game.
On the next date, Fortín will visit Tigre and El Bicho will play at home against Defensa y Justicia at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium.
After the match, the local team is left with 18 points and in twenty-fourth place in the standings. While the visit has 29 units and ranks ninth in the tournament.
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