He had already left great impressions at the premiere before Mouth, last Saturday. And the Independent by Leandro Stillitano In his second summer appearance he reconfirmed that he has clear ideas and that he tries to implement them with determination on the pitch. Regardless of the rookie DT deciding to rotate names, he once again showed intensity in his game and batting Everton 2-0 at San Juan. This is how he closed his participation in this international triangular which will end this Friday when the “Xeneize” face the Chilean team.
Stillitano tested other players to draw conclusions. This time he trained with Segovia; Ostachuk, Laso, Da Rosa, Damián Pérez; Kevin Lopez, Sergio Ortiz; Cuero, Pozzo, Chaco Martinez; and Martino Cauteruccio.
Beyond a few first minutes in which Everton hinted at supremacy by exploiting some spaces on the left with the imbalance of the chuco Sosa, a former Independent, the white-clad ‘Red’ settled in and controlled the times from the feet of Kevin López, one of his reinforcements.
The former Quilmes has always tried vertical passes to break up the opposing defense to five. And in one of those deliveries he found the rise of Ostachuk from the right who realized a penalty against Echeverría’s mark. Pozzo defines well and makes it 1-0. At the celebration, he emulated Enzo Fernández at Benfica, hitting his shield and making the “stay here” gesture, after rumors of his possible departure.
The second came from Mauricio Cuero’s free-kick who he narrowed wide of the barrier before the end of an excellent first half for Avellaneda’s players.
In the plugin the Devil could have increased but did not materialize. And he suffered in the final stretch: Segovia distinguished himself with a save and a penalty save and Laso made two saves. Everton finished with ten for the red in Castro.
The new Independiente greeted Cuyo with a smile and not immediately after much regret.
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