Victoria eliminated Gimnasia and is the other finalist of the Entre Ríos Cup – El Día de Gualeguaychú

Victoria eliminated Gimnasia and is the other finalist of the Entre Ríos Cup – El Día de Gualeguaychú
Victoria eliminated Gimnasia and is the other finalist of the Entre Ríos Cup – El Día de Gualeguaychú

The team led by José Puppe managed to unblock the series away from home, after the 0-0 score in the first leg a week ago, and entered the last series of the provincial competition.

The revenge match was played during the gray afternoon of this Sunday at the Manuel y Ramón Núñez stadium and was refereed by Rodrigo Garcilano.

In a development of the game where the main protagonist was the playing field, visibly deteriorated as a result of the recent rainfall in the region, both teams managed to put on a good show in the first half.

Without good treatment of the ball, but with a great dose of dedication and commitment, both had their chances. The local team collided with Valentín Príncipi the times they reached the rival goal, but Victoria had the clearest shot.

At 34, the referee marked the penalty spot and all of Gimnasia protested the failure. As a result of this, Lobo was left with one less due to the expulsion of Juan Manuel Gómez. Esteban González, from twelve steps, missed an excellent opportunity to open the scoring, deflecting his shot.

When the actions restarted, the local notified first. Javier Sotto hit a Chilean half on the post, with just 6 minutes left. But at 27, Federico Quiróz was in charge of leaving rivals in the way on the right to put a low cross that Eric Cardozo only had to push into the net.

With Gimnasia playing in attack, Victoria found the spaces. In a quick exit, Eric Cardozo once again put his stamp, finishing with a right against the local goalkeeper’s post, when the score was 38. 2 to 0 and a defined series.

In this way, the Concordian team reaches the final of the competition without knowing defeat. With a record of nine wins and three draws, the Dean has gone twelve games without losing.

In the defining series, Victoria will define the title against Malvinas de La Paz, in a duel in which both teams will seek to win for the first time in the history of this competition.

(FEF)

 
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