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Jonathan Suárez’s double led Def to victory. United over Def. from Belgrano

Jonathan Suárez’s double led Def to victory.  United over Def.  from Belgrano

With two goals from Jonathan Suárez, D. Unidos crushed El Dragón on matchday 12 with a score of 3-2. The goals of the match for the local team were scored by Jonathan Suárez (20′ 1T and 41′ 1T) and Matías Nizzo (52′ 2T). While the away goals were scored by Fabián Sánchez (38′ 2T) and David Sayago (43′ 2T).

Jonathan Suárez’s prominence established him as the best player of the match. The forward of Def. Unidos showed his best level by scoring 2 goals and finishing twice into the opponent’s goal.

Matías Nizzo was also key in the Gigante de Villa Fox stadium. The Def steering wheel. United stood out against Def. from Belgrano since he scored 1 goal.

The match had a large number of cautions: Fabián Sánchez, Javier Velázquez, Facundo Laumann, David Sayago, Jonathan Suárez, Matías Benítez and Matías Nizzo.

The coach of D. Unidos, Santiago Davio, arranged a 4-3-3 formation on the field with Fabricio Henricot in goal; Mauro Alarcón, Ariel Morales, Matías Mariatti and Luis Olivera on the defensive line; Matías Nizzo, Maximiliano Ortigoza and Franco Sivetti in the middle; and Jonathan Suárez, Rodrigo Juárez and Javier Velázquez in the attack.

For their part, those led by Carlos Mayor stood with a 4-4-2 strategy with Ignacio Pietrobono between the three sticks; Gustavo Mendoza, Facundo Laumann, Juan De Tomasso and Fabián Sánchez in defense; Nicolás Borsotti, Ignacio Gutiérrez, Claudio Salto and Facundo Pereyra in the midfield; and Ezequiel Aguirre and Patricio Moyano up front.

The match at the Gigante de Villa Fox stadium was directed by referee Juan Loustau.

On the next date, D. Unidos will visit Chaco For Ever. On the other hand, El Dragón will host Atlanta.

Changes in Def. Joined
  • 66′ 2T – Rodrigo Juárez left for Martín Nicolás Peralta
  • 73′ 2T – Jonathan Suárez Cortes came out for Brian Kevin Emmanuel Guerra
  • 79′ 2T – Matías Ariel Mariatti left for Juan Cruz Ponce de León, Luis Julián Olivera for Damián Alberto Zadel and Javier Rubén Velázquez for Valentín Toniolo
Changes in Def. from Belgrano
  • 45′ 2T – Ezequiel Lucas Aguirre left for Ángel David Sayago and Nicolás Borsotti for Matías Agustín Benítez
  • 63′ 2T – Patricio Moyano left for Gonzalo Aquilino Pintos and Facundo Abel Pereyra for Brian Emanuel Gómez

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