The Pirate changed in time to steal the loot from Central Córdoba

The Pirate changed in time to steal the loot from Central Córdoba
The Pirate changed in time to steal the loot from Central Córdoba

BELGRANO took a victory in a match that became more complicated than necessarysince in the first half they went to the locker room at a disadvantage due to the closing goal that Tomás Molina converted from a penalty.

But coach Juan Cruz Realwho arrived at the club at the close of the League Cup, he put his hand deep in the assembly of the team and arranged three changes since the very beginning of the complement.

With the income of Francisco González Metilli, Rafael Delgado and Gerónimo Herediathe people of Cordoba They added people in the middle of the field, they broke the iron defense of the team led by young Colombian coach Lucas González and They got a lot of depth.

In fact, González Metilli climbed to the right after an error on the side of the Santiago team and gave way to the middle for the entry of the Peruvian Bryan Reyna, who defined calmly and established the 1-1.

At 67′ the unevenness occurred again on the right when Juan Barinaga sent a cross that crossed the entire area and It fell to Reyna again, who masterfully defined with a cornered right hand that hit the post and went in.

Despite Matías Moreno’s expulsion for a double yellow cardAt 69′, Celeste could have increased through a header from Mariano Troilo that hit the crossbar.

Thus, Belgrano obtained the first success so far in the championshipwhile the northern set sank to the bottom of the table with his third consecutive defeat and the ghosts of descent lurking.

The match summary

Belgrano beat Central Córdoba 2-1.

The match sheet


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