Unión-Independiente and Lanús-Talleres, the matches of the day
Two interesting commitments gave continuity this Saturday to date 21 of the Professional League. In the first turn, Unión de Santa Fe thrashed Independiente 3-0 in the clash of needy. Later, at 8:00 p.m., Lanús will face a Talleres de Córdoba team that will seek to remain firm in the fight for the title.
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UNION 3-0 INDEPENDENT:
The match between two teams in need of points in Santa Fe ended with a crushing victory for Unión against Independiente. At the 15 de Abril Stadium, Tatengue thrashed Rojo 3-0 with goals from Jerónimo Domina, Imanol Machuca and Kevin Zenon.
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The cast led by Ricardo Zielinski did not find answers in any section of the game and after 25 minutes he was down on the scoreboard. Without a chance of coming back, Sebastián Méndez’s men stretched the distance in the complement that also had the expulsion of the Uruguayan winger Baltasar Barcia for a double yellow card when it was a quarter of an hour into the second half.
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Stadium: April 15
Referee: Fernando Echenique
Television: TNT Sports
Talleres will try to closely follow River Plate on their visit to Lanús
The highlight of the day on Saturday will be in the last turn, at the Ciudad de Lanús Néstor Díaz Pérez stadium, where two of the main entertainers of the tournament will seek to stand firm at the top. Starting at 8:00 p.m., Lanús will receive a Talleres team that does not want to miss out on River Plate. The referee will be Fernando Rapallini and will be televised by Public TV.
El Garnet, after two draws in a row and five games without losing, appears in fifth place with 34 units, close to getting into the positions that offer a ticket to the next edition of the Copa Libertadores. Frank Darío Kudelka would once again bet on Lautaro Morales in goal.
La T, after four victories in a row (he won seven of his last eight games), is the most immediate follower of the Millionaire with 40 units, ten less than those of Martín Demichelis, who on Thursday beat Instituto.
Lanus: Lautaro Morales; Juan Cáceres, Cristian Lema, Felipe Aguilar, Juan Manuel Sánchez Miño; Brian Aguirre, Tomás Belmonte, Matías Esquivel; Pedro de la Vega, Leandro Diaz and Franco Troyanski. DT: Frank Darío Kudelka.
Workshops: Guido Herrera; Gastón Banevidez, Matías Catalán, Juan Rodríguez, Juan Portillo; Ulises Ortegoza, Rodrigo Villagra, Diego Valoyes, Rodrigo Garro, Ramón Sosa; Michael Santos. DT: Javier Gandolfi.
Stadium: Ciudad de Lanús Néstor Díaz Pérez
Referee: Fernando Rapallini
Television: Public TV