The match held this Friday between Barracas C. and El Rojo ended with a tie between the two contenders.
With a goal from Baltasar Barcia, they began by winning the visit at the beginning of the first half, however, after 4 minutes of that stage, Facundo Mater managed to equalize for the locals.
Although Barracas Central settled with a 60% possession, they could not generate tilting the score in their favor.
Facundo Mater was the figure of the party. The Barracas Central defender was important for scoring 1 goal, winning 5 balls and throwing 3 balls outside the danger area.
Another important player in the match was Baltasar Barcia. The Independiente midfielder was the author of 1 goal, hit 10 correct passes, removed 6 balls and finished off the goal 2 times.
The process of the match was very close and intense, with more nerves than play. There was 1 booking: Sergio Ortiz received a yellow card in the 15th minute of the first half and Sergio Barreto received a red card in the 27th minute of the first half.
The technical director of Barracas C., Rodolfo de Paoli, proposed a 4-4-2 strategy with Andrés Desábato in goal; Facundo Mater, Francisco Álvarez, Juan Ignacio Díaz and Fernando Prado on the defensive line; Lucas Colitto, Rodrigo Herrera, Iván Tapia and Ricardo Centurión in the middle; and Alan Cantero and Bruno Sepúlveda in attack.
For their part, those led by Leandro Stillitano stopped with a 4-5-1 scheme with Rodrigo Rey under the three sticks; Javier Báez, Sergio Barreto, Joaquín Laso and Ayrton Costa in defense; Baltasar Barcia, Sergio Ortiz, Agustín Mulet, Nicolás Vallejo and Matías Giménez in midfield; and Martín Cauteruccio up front.
The referee Fernando Echenique was selected to carry out the actions of the game.
On the next date Barracas C. will visit Atlético Tucumán and the Red will play at home against Colón at the Libertadores de América stadium.
After the match, the local team is left with 8 points and in eighteenth place in the standings. While the visit has 7 units and occupies the nineteenth place in the tournament.
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