El Escarlata was left with the three points at the close of the actions.
Impressive duel between Rojos and Escarlatas, who struggled to position themselves close to the first place of the Quadrangular, understanding that Millonarios has that place after beating Chicó on Saturday, so the match in Cali had to have a winner.
Medellín stuck to the style of play that has worked for him this season, having the ball, waiting and dominating possession, but he found himself with an America that has long needed the ball to generate risky chances. which made the first 45 minutes quite entertaining for Pascual Guerrero’s attendees.
The scoreboard tables were held for most of the game, while the goalkeepers had key moments to keep their goals to zero, as there was an attack from left to right, in a clash without a truce and with two teams knowing that a win would have them fighting head-on for the place in the final.
At the end the expulsion of Cadavid changed the rhythm of the game, the locals understood that the wear and tear would take its toll on the Powerful and so he launched the attack with all the remaining energy and first into the hands of Ramos and Barrios later he got the goals from the advantage and morale to seal the Red Devils’ ensuing victory, keeping Medellín committed to the Quadrangulars.
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