The match held this Saturday between San Telmo and Alvarado ended with a tie between the two contenders.
With a goal by Nicolás Ihitz, they began by winning the visit in the middle of the first half, however, at 96 minutes into the second half, Erik Bodencer managed to equalize for the locals.
Erik Bodencer was the figure of the match. The San Telmo striker scored 1 goal.
Another relevant player in the match was Nicolás Ihitz. Alvarado’s defender was important for scoring 1 goal.
The match had several cautioned: Damián Toledo, Guido Vadalá, Mariano Bettini and Erik Bodencer.
The technical director of San Telmo, Darío Lema, proposed a 4-4-2 strategy with Germán Yacaruso in goal; Gastón Díaz, Jonathan Paiz, Kevin Ceceri and Santiago Bustos on the defensive line; Agustín Stancato, Damián Toledo, Juan Manuel Requena and Ramiro Luna in the middle; and Rodrigo González and Erik Bodencer in attack.
For their part, those led by Osvaldo Nartallo stopped with a 4-4-2 scheme with Juan Manuel Lungarzo under the three sticks; Nicolas Ortiz, Tomás Berra, Agustin Irazoque and Nicolás Ihitz in defense; Leandro Lacunza, Gonzalo Lamardo, José Luis Fernández and Guido Vadalá in midfield; and Sebastián Gularte and Mauro Albertengo up front.
The referee Nahuel Viñas was selected to carry out the actions of the game.
On the next date, San Telmo will visit Gimnasia (Mendoza) and Alvarado will play at home against Almagro at the José María Minella stadium.
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