Entre Ríos Cup: the Wolf reached the semis

On the rainy afternoon of this Sunday, May 12, Gimnasia y Esgrima said goodbye to the Entre Ríos Cup, as they lost at home 2 to 0 against Victoria de Concordia in the second leg semi-final held on a very complicated playing field..

On a field where it was difficult to stand and put the ball on the ground, Lobo was the one who tried the most in the first stage, but Valentín Principi was the savior for the visiting team. With ten minutes remaining in the first stage, referee Rodrigo Garcilano, with very poor work, sanctioned a controversial penalty that, after protests, led to the expulsion of Juan Manuel Gómez. Esteban González finished outside and that’s how they left at halftime.

In the second half, Gimnasia went to look for the goal, but it was the visitor who found it after a good play by Federico Quiróz that was finished off by Eric Cardozo. With Lobo playing in attack, Victoria found the spaces to end the story. Eric Cardozo appeared again, finishing from the right against the local goalkeeper’s post when 38 were played.

In the decisive 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. The first of the finals will be held next weekend in Concordia and will have its second chapter in La Paz.

Photo: Gymnastics Press

Text: The street

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