It took the Millonario 93 minutes to beat the tough Decano and with a goal from Salomón Rondón he already entered the play-off zone.
River know that the Professional League Cup is the only competition for the rest of the semester and therefore all weapons are aimed at winning the other local title in a complex 2023, in which the elimination of the Copa Libertadores unleashed a storm that seems to be slowly disappearing to go.
The end is Salomón Rondón’s header and the relief for the victory, for reaching the play-off zone and for maintaining the winning streak at the Monumental. In doing so, however, he was vastly superior to the Dean and generated countless situations, even though a counter-reaction was about to collapse everything that had been built.
With Barco once again off balance when partnered with Nacho Fernández, De La Cruz got the chances he normally creates and Borja had some clear chances, one covered by Marchiori and another where he shot him down, but in an advanced position. But it was not the only disallowed goal, as at the end of the first half Paulo Díaz opened the scoring but was also offside, despite the contact with Bianchi that forced him to go to VAR.
And the team of the duo Orsi – Gómez could have won it, because the counterattack led by Coronel ended in the stick of an Armani who kept his goal at zero after a long time for a new victory for the Millionaire.
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RIVER PLATE – ATLÉTICO TUCUMÁN, MINUTE BY MINUTE
- Minute by minute between the millionaire and the dean.
- Good evening and welcome to a new GOAL broadcast. River Plate will face Atlético Tucumán on date 5 of the 2023 Professional League Cup at the Monumental Stadium.
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Franco Armani Santiago Simón, Paulo Díaz, Ramiro Funes Mori, Milton Casco; Enzo Perez; Nicolás De La Cruz, Manuel Lanzini, Nacho Fernández, Esequiel Barco; Miguel Borja. DT: Martín Demichelis.
Tomás Marchiori; Hernán De La Fuente, Bruno Bianchi, Nicolás Romero, Matías Orihuela; Adrián Sánchez, Guillermo Acosta, Ramiro Carrera, Joaquín Pereyra; Justo Giani, Ignacio Maestro Puch. Coach: Favio Orsi – Sergio Gómez.
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