Boca beat River in the senior Superclásico: Chelo Delgado’s scandalous kick that incredibly only cost him a yellow card

Share This Post

- Advertisement -

Boca Juniors he allowed himself the pleasure of beating extensively Flat River from 3 to 0 in old super classic played on Sunday evening at the 23 de Agosto stadium, of Gimnasia y Esgrima, in Jujuy, which was attended by historical figures from both institutions.

- Advertisement -

The match had entertaining passages, with some dangerous actions on goal, especially those presented in favor of Boca, which aroused applause from the public who followed the individuals closely.

Two of those plays ended in goals in the first half when striker Ariel Carreño received a clearance from Donnet’s right and unleashed a vicious shot that made goalkeeper Giordano’s save impossible.

- Advertisement -

Then came Matías Giménez’s header from a cross from the left.

Boca’s partial victory was deserved because they showed more lucidity in attack and dominated the action in most of the phase against a River who didn’t finish connecting his best pieces like Ariel Ortega and Diego Barrado of Jujuy.

In the second stage, Boca’s third goal came with a shot from Carreño, which seemed to end the story of the thrilling Superclásico in Jujuy, because afterwards the Xeneize team was in control of the ball and River almost didn’t care.

Earlier in the match, Marcelo Delgado stole the limelight by brutally kicking River veteran Manuel Ledesma, who deserved a red card but only earned him a yellow card. El Chelo was replaced after a few minutes.

The clearest of the millionaire was at the feet of Barrado (28m.) who was rejected by the goalkeeper Ignacio Presedo who entered the complement.

To the applause of Jujuy’s audience with its idols, the curtain fell on the historic superclassic and the Boca players led by their captain, Jorge Patrón Bermúdez, lifted the Cup handed over by the Jujuy government.

“I want to thank all the people of Jujuy, I am very proud to be here and thank you for understanding that football is a sport, a passion and that the color of the shirt doesn’t matter,” said Bermúdez after lifting the trophy.

“I’m very happy to be playing this Superclásico again, this time on my clay, in Jujuy. I’m not the Ortega I used to be, but I always try to give my best on the pitch for my team,” said Burrito Ortega, who he received applause from all over the stadium.

– Synthesis –

Boca Juniors: Cristian Munoz; Clemente Rodríguez, Jorge Bermúdez, Daniel Díaz and Morel Rodríguez; Ledesma, Raúl Cascini, Ariel Donnet and Matías Giménez; Ariel Carreno and Marcelo Delgado.

River Plate: Matias Giordano; Ariel Franco, Cristian Tula, Luis Lobo and Pablo Romero; Diego Barrado, Walter Acevedo, Joaquín Alar and Ariel Ortega; Jorge Araujo and Lucas Marquez.

Goals: PT, 21m Ariel Carreño (B) and 32m. Matias Gimenez (B); ST, 7m. Ariel Carreno (B).

Source: Telam

Source: Clarin

- Advertisement -

Related Posts