Huracán had the game under control, but it escaped at the end against Emelec from Ecuador and equalized 2-2 at Parque Patricios, thus complicating their qualification for the next phase, within the framework of the fourth day of Group B of the Copa Sudamericana .
In the first time, santiago hezzeat 5 minutes, opened the account for “Globo”, while Alejandro Cabeza, at 18, tied for the Ecuadorian team.
In the plugin, Jonas Acevedoat 14 minutes, put Huracán ahead again, but Miller Bolanosat 41, gave definitive equality to Emelec, who finished the match with two less players due to the expulsions of joseph espinozaat 49 minutes into the plugin, and Cabeza, at 55, due to rough play.
With this result, Huracán was in second position in its area with 5 units, a place it shares with the rival on duty, and which it leads by goal difference, while Guaraní from Paraguay is the leader with 7 and Danubio from Uruguay is last with 4.
The cast of Parque Patricios will visit the Uruguayan ensemble on Thursday, June 8 starting at 7:00 p.m., while Emelec will receive the Paraguayan team one day before at 11:00 p.m.
The “Globo” at the start took advantage of a rival defensive failure with the pressure of Walter Mazzantti, who surpassed the goalkeeper Pedro Ortiz and gave it to hezze so that he defines with the goal in solitude after 5 minutes.
However, the opening of the scoreboard was not justified in the development, since the Ecuadorian cast showed more offensive arguments until Cabeza capitalized on a cross from Bryan Carabali to shoot volleyball Lucas Chavez and sign the 1 to 1.
After equality, both teams shared possession of the ball and the visit lost depth in Parque Patricios. Instead, those led by Sebastian Battaglia they offered greater facilities to find the spaces and arrive clearly against the opposite fence.
In the Hurricane complement he sought to uneven and was hezze the one who was close with a bitten shot inside the area that hit a defender and on the rebound the Globo midfielder himself captured it, but in the second instance the ball remained in the hands of Pedro Ortiz.
But after so much searching, the “Quemero” reached the second goal with a great goal from a free kick from Jonas Acevedo that around a quarter of an hour put the locals ahead with a left-footed shot that left Ortiz unanswered.
In the final stretch, the game went back and forth and Miller Bolaños scored the equalizer for the visit. As if this were not enough, Emelec hit again with Cabeza, but the goal was annulled.
This gave Huracán a breather to embrace a draw against a rival who ended the match with two men less due to the expulsions of the head himself and Espinoza.
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