Huracán and Colón de Santa Fe tied today 1 to 1 at Parque de los Patricios at the start of the third date of the 2021 tournament of the First Division Professional Football League.

At the Tomás Adolfo Ducó stadium, Colón opened the scoring 4 minutes into the first half through the Colombian Wilson Morelo and Huracán equaled it at 44 minutes, of the same stage, through the Uruguayan Jhonatan Candia, after the execution of a shot penal.

The “Sabalero”, the last Argentine soccer champion, took the lead thanks to a gift from goalkeeper Marcos Díaz, but before halftime, the “Globo” reached a tie due to a controversial penalty charged by referee Hernán Mastrángelo.

Both had just lost (Colón 4-1 against Lanús and Huracán 1-0 against Atlético Tucumán) and now add 4 points, after three days.

When the game had not yet been assembled, Colón took the lead due to the goal of the Colombian Wilson Morelo, one of the four changes that DT Eduardo Domínguez made with respect to the defeat suffered by Lanús in Santa Fe.

The Colombian took advantage of a serious error by goalkeeper Marcos Díaz who could not pocket Christian Bernardi’s pass and defined with the goal without resistance.

The idol who returned to the club after his steps through Boca and Talleres failed again in a simple play, as happened on the first date in the Defense and Justice goal.

Colón managed the game to his liking and was even able to extend the score at 35 minutes, with a shot from Morelo that hit the post after a good individual action.

Before the break, Huracán found himself with a draw due to the controversial penalty charged by referee Hernán Mastrángelo for an alleged hand by Gonzalo Piovi after a shot by Santiago Hezze, after a great save by Leonardo Burián to a shot from his compatriot Jhonatan Candia .

The former Arsenal himself changed the penalty for a goal due to the anger of the “Sabalero” players for the referee’s decision.

In the second half, the process was much more even and fought but it was the visitor who had the clearest chance with a shot at the post by the entered Santiago Pierotti.

The visit ended chewing anger as at 29 minutes the referee Mastrángelo charged a penalty after a foul by Lucas Merolla, but the play was canceled by a previous advanced position that was warned by assistant 2: Mariano Altavista.

A point that does not serve either of them but that leaves Colón better off, due to what was done in the first half until the penalty that made it possible for Huracán to draw.


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