Spanish Union regained victory at the expense of Palestino in the colonial classic

Spanish Union regained victory at the expense of Palestino in the colonial classic
Spanish Union regained victory at the expense of Palestino in the colonial classic

In the opening match of date 14 of the National Championship, Spanish Union beat Palestino 1-0 as a visitor in La Cisterna and celebrated again after a three-game drought.

The first part had a very close and complicated process. Brayan Véjar was sent off in the tetracolors at minute 28 with a direct red card, by cutting off a scoring opportunity by Pablo Aránguiz, who was going forward in demand of the goal.

Throughout the match, the figure of César Rigamonti stood out, who with great interventions managed to avoid the “Hispanic” goal shouts and a loose score. However, the account was moved in the snap.

After a good action by Aránguiz, Emiliano Vecchio scored the only goal from the day to game time, with short control and accurate definition at the entrance of the small area.

More attacks came from Independencia that forced saves from Rigamonti, although Franco Torgnacioli was also notable with a couple of saves in the final minutes. Palestine rushed in search of equality, but time ran out.

So, Unión Española reached 21 points, exactly equaling Palestino and also Everton. Miguel Ponce’s men will sleep in seventh place, although it should be noted that they have a pending match with Unión La Calera that could leave them even higher.

 
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