Bucaramanga and Junior draw without goals in an intense match

Bucaramanga and Junior draw without goals in an intense match
Bucaramanga and Junior draw without goals in an intense match

In a spectacular setting at the Alfonso López by the https://twitter.com/ABucaramanga/status/1789305911518941289 the ‘leopard’ and Junior de Barranquilla tied without goals on matchday 2 of quadrangular A. The two teams had good approaches to the rival goals, but both goalkeepers had a good afternoon keeping clean sheets. The local team ended up playing with one less after the expulsion of Misael Martínez, who was only on the court for five minutes.

First half cut short by fouls

Two clubs that were celebrating today, went out in search of the three points to the joy of their people. https://twitter.com/AS_Colombia/status/1789410772742771145The first minutes were very intense due to the need to open the scoreboard. The first half was cut short by fouls, 19 in total; However, Fabián Sambueza was one of the players who generated the most danger in favor of the local team, taking advantage of the sides and the still ball, on Junior’s side, José Enamorado and Gabriel Fuentes worried Aldair Quintana, but neither team managed to break the zero .

About 20 minutes into the game, a combination between Fuentes and Carlos Bacca reported in the Bucaramanga area, but the final shot hit a defender and stopped any possibility for the visit. A couple of minutes later, Aldair was challenged again by a great approach from Junior; Santiago Mele played quickly with José Enamorado, who from the middle of the field tried to hang on the goalkeeper, who fortunately read the play well and was able to make the return in time to save the ball in two moments.

The minutes passed and the goals did not arrive despite the good approaches of both teams, and that was how still balls became the protagonists in the Alfonso López, first for those directed by Arturo Reyes https://twitter.com/JuniorClubSA/status/1789426190580683211 and then for Bucaramanga with a specialty of the house, Carlos Henao’s left foot, which unfortunately passed by the side of Mele’s goal.

The scoreboard does not open and Bucaramanga ends with 10

The second part showed the real Junior, By connecting all their players and finding the best possible form of the champion, Bacca and Fuentes managed to associate more and generate real danger in Quintana’s goal, however, in the finalization there was still a bit missing. Bucaramanga, for its part, advanced the lines, releasing the players in the middle of the field to open the field and play on the sides, but they did not find the goal either.

At 54′ they again demanded of Mele, but again he responded up to the task. Fabry Castro and Joider Micolta came together to leave Mosquera in front of the goal, who from mid-range shot directly into the Uruguayan’s goal for him to clear with his fists. The changes of both teams were offensive, seeking to take the game further forward to break the zero in the Alfonso López. In the 89th minute, the local team was left with one less man after the expulsion of Misael Martínez for double yellow, https://twitter.com/ABucaramanga/status/1789446723506458746

Due to the fouls and how short the game was, the judge decided to add six minutes, where Santiago Mele became one of the figures – along with Carlos Henao from Bucaramanga – to keep his goal clean in the face of Junior’s high blood pressure. There was a revival upon a revival but the story did not change and https://twitter.com/ABucaramanga/status/1789448910693388463

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Changes

Aldair Zarate (61′, Leonardo Flores), John (61′, Joider Micolta), Luis Gonzalez (64′, Roberto Hinojosa), Homer Martinez (75′, Victor Cantillo), Bryan Castrillon (75′, José Enamorado), Marco Perez (75′, Carlos Bacca), Misael Martinez (83′, Daniel Mosquera), Santiago Jimenez (83′, Aldair Gutiérrez), Edwin Herrera (86′, Yimmi Chará)

Cards

Referee: Jhon Alexander Ospina Londoño
VAR referee: Nicolás Gallo Barragán, Leonard Yasser Mosquera Gómez
Carlos Henao (24′, Yellow), Walmer Pacheco (31′, Yellow), Victor Cantillo (53′, Yellow), Yimmi Chara (68′, Yellow), Aldair Gutierrez (78′, Yellow), Homer Martinez (84′, Yellow), Santiago Mele (86′, Yellow), Misael Martinez (87′, Yellow), Misael Martinez (88′, Red), Dudamel (90′, Yellow)

Classification
Group A P.T. P.J. P.G. PE PP
1 4 2 1 1 0
2 3 1 1 0 0
3 1 2 0 1 1
4 0 1 0 0 1
Group A P.T. P.J. P.G. PE PP
1 4 2 1 1 0
2 3 1 1 0 0
3 1 2 0 1 1
4 0 1 0 0 1
 
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