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Sacachispas couldn’t beat Dep. Merlo and fell 1-0

Sacachispas couldn’t beat Dep. Merlo and fell 1-0

Sacachispas did not have a good presentation and lost 1-0 as a visitor at the José Manuel Moreno stadium. Miqueas González defined the fate of the match in the 0th minute of the first half.

Miqueas González emerged as the most outstanding player of the match. Dep. Merlo’s forward showed his best level by scoring 1 goal.

Alan Jiménez stood out for his solid defense. The Dep. Merlo defender had a good level.

It was a match with only one card, in the 75th minute of the second half Lucas Fernández received a direct red card and was sent off from the match.

Dep. Merlo coach Felipe De La Riva proposed a 4-4-2 formation with Pedro Fernández in goal; Facundo Aguerre, Jonathan Chacón, Pablo Ordano and Mariano Penepil on the defensive line; Joan Gaona, Gonzalo Miceli, Lautaro Arellano and Nahuel Casasola in the middle; and Nicolás Miracco and Miqueas González in the attack.

For its part, Mario Martínez’s team took the field with a 5-3-2 formation with Facundo Troncoso between the three sticks; Jonathan Rivero, Alexander Corro, Jonatan Santana, Ezequiel Moschen and Alexis Cruz in defense; Emiliano Soria, Lucas Fernández and Juan Cristaldo in the midfield; and Andres Molinas and Luciano Orzo up front.

Referee Américo Monsalvo was in charge of supervising the game at the José Manuel Moreno stadium.

On the next date Dep. Merlo will face Villa Dálmine at home, while Sacachispas will play at home against Laferrere.

Changes in Dep. Merlo
  • 72′ 2T – Esteban Nicolas Miracco left for Rodrigo Martín Sánchez and Miqueas Owen González for Tomás Díaz Grassano
  • 80′ 2T – Lautaro Arellano left for Guillermo Alejandro Ojeda
  • 86′ 2T – Mariano Penepil came out for Alan Jimenez
Changes in Spark Arrester
  • 45′ 2T – Ezequiel Eduardo Moschen left for Iván Caravaca and Luciano Leonel Orzo for Yamil García
  • 60′ 2T – Emiliano Alejandro Soria left for Emanuel Barreiro
  • 76′ 2T – Juan Adrián Cristaldo left for Juan Jesús Farías
  • 81′ 2T – Andres Molinas left for Juan Cruz Scarel

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