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Vibrant 2-2 between Sp. Italiano and Midland

Vibrant 2-2 between Sp. Italiano and Midland

A great game was experienced at the Estadio República de Italia stadium with the 2-goal tie between Sp. Italiano and Midland, for date 10 of the Argentina tournament – Primera B Season Championship 2024.

The goals of the match for the local team were scored by Julián Vivas (5′ 1T, penalty) and Leandro Puig (39′ 2T). While the away goals were scored by Mariano Arango (20′ 1T) and Gonzalo Gomez (20′ 2T).

Leandro Puig’s performance positioned him as the most outstanding player of the match. The Sp. Italiano midfielder scored 1 goal.

Gonzalo Gomez also performed well. The Midland midfielder scored 1 goal.

In the match there were 2 reprimands: Nicolás Violini and Mauro Leguiza.

The coach of Sp. Italiano, Marcelo Barrera, presented a 4-4-2 tactical layout with Sebastián Anchoverri in goal; Ezequiel Filippetto, Juan Cruz De Cuadro, Claudio Bifiguer and Nicolás Digiano on the defensive line; Darío Salina, Nahuel Pansardi, Emanuel Cuevas and Facundo Macarof in the middle; and Juan Ignacio Goyeneche and Julián Vivas in the attack.

For its part, Jesús Díaz’s team came out with a 4-4-2 tactical layout with Mauro Leguiza between the three sticks; Gonzalo Gamarra, Mariano Arango, Emilio Porro and Emiliano Mayola in defense; Nicolás Violini, Gonzalo Gomez, Damián Núñez and Ignacio Palacio in the midfield; and Jeremías Perales and José Sánchez up front.

Nicolás Kresta was the referee chosen for the match at the Estadio República de Italia stadium.

On the next date, Sp. Italiano will visit Fénix and Midland will play at home against Villa San Carlos.

Changes in Italian Sp.
  • 45′ 2T – Facundo Gabriel Macarof left for José Ezequiel D’Angelo, Emanuel Cuevas for Leandro Maximiliano Puig and Nicolás Violini for Pablo Despósito
  • 67′ 2T – Claudio Dario Salina left for Alexis Elián Cabrera
  • 68′ 2T – Cristian Julián Vivas left for Javier Guillermo Román Peñaloza
Changes in Midland
  • 54′ 2T – Ignacio Palacio left for Mauro Daniel Frattini
  • 64′ 2T – Mariano Gabriel Arango came out for Agustín González

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