In addition to Matías, the strategist Demichelis also made other youngsters debut.
The match had an intense rhythm and River Plate dominated in the final part with very good individual performances from Herrera, Palavecino and Barco.
Synthesis of River 4-3 U of Chile
River Plate: Ezekiel Centurion; Andrés Herrera, Jonatan Maidana, Emanuel Mammana, Elias Gomez; Agustín Palavecino, Tomás Castro Ponce, Franco Alfonso; Esequiel Boat; Pablo Solari and Miguel Borja. DT: Martin Demichelis.
University of Chile: Christopher Campos; Juan Pablo Gomez, Matias Zaldivia, Ignacio Tapia and Marcelo Morales; Renato Cordero, Israel Poblete, Federico Mateos and Lucas Assadi; Nicolás Guerra and Cristian Palacios. DT: Mauricio Pellegrino.
Goals in the first half: 6m Poblete (UCH); 18m Palacios (UCH) and 20m Herrera (RP)
Goals in the second half: 2m Borja (RP); 12m Boat (RP); 22m Solari (RP) and 42m Leandro Fernández (UCH)
Changes in the second half: Before the start, Sebastián Sánchez for Elías Gónez (RP); 18m Matías Gallardo for Palavecino and Esteban Fernández for Barco (RP); 28m Lucas Beltrán for Solari and Daniel Zabala for Mammana (RP); 31m Jonathan Andia for Gómez and Leandro Fernández for Guerra (UCH); 35m Gonzalo Trindade for Alfonso and Joaquín Flores for Borja (RP); 38m Daniel Navarrete for Morales and Jeison Fuentealba for Mateo (UCH) and 44m Renato Huerta for Assadi and Enzo Fernández for Poblete (UCH).
Stadium: Father Marsand (Jumps)
Referee: Yael Falcon Perez
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