Students from La Plata premiered their brand new Argentine Cup champion title on the Lanús field in the first meeting of the 2024 edition in which defeated the Córdoban Argentino, from Monte Maíz, from Federal A, 3-0, for the 32nd. at the end of the contest.
The people of La Plata, who counted on the return of Enzo Perez and the striker’s debut with a goal Javier Correathey dominated from start to finish, with some anxiety in the epilogue of the match, when the Cordobans had two clear options to convert in the same play and were not awarded a clear penalty.
Much clearer was the one that was immediately awarded to “Pincha” and that the goalkeeper Alexis Boneta specialist (he had made seven saves until today when he added the eighth) stopped him Pablo Piatti.
When this happened I was already averaging the complement and Students won by 2 to 0 for the second conquest achieved by the Uruguayan Mauro Mendezwho would later score the third after a non-existent penalty sanctioned by the referee Sebastian Martinez.
Students For his part, it had a good presentation from the new goalkeeper Juan Pablo Zozaya, who was applauded by his people after that double cover mentioned above.
Zozaya replaced a historical one like Mariano Andujarwho left the activity, while the aforementioned Belt relieved another who left football as Mauro Boselli.
And within that panorama with bad absences for a Students that this year will have triple competition, since at present the League Cup and the return to the Libertadores, the one that stood out the most was Santiago Ascacibar with its great prodigality in the middle zone.
There was a party in Lanús for the Estudiantes people for the title they won last year, but also for the Albiazules of Monte Maíz, who had about 1,000 fans who traveled the same number of kilometers to see the most important game in the history of a club. club on the rise, which with each passing season from Federal A gets closer to the Primera Nacional.
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