The Saint let the train pass

The Saint let the train pass

Before a large audience present, San Martín de Tucumán received Chaco For Ever. Santo did not know how to take advantage of the locality and the points that Belgrano left behind after falling to Ferro.

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Pablo De Muner’s men tried to open the scoring but they found a firm For Ever that they couldn’t hurt. The match had more intensity than opportunities for both teams and neither finished taking that last step that would allow them to be ahead on the scoreboard.

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El Ciruja was more than its rival, however, the effectiveness did not appear and even in the background they were loose of papers with the counterattacks generated by the visit.

Abel Algañaraz had a golden opportunity. Hand in hand with Gastón Canuto he did not calibrate the sight well and his shot went close to the post. With a quick response, Gonzalo Lucero took a right hand that kissed the goal defended by Nicolás Carrizo.

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At the end, Ciruja’s hearts were going to paralyze again… After a corner came a header in the small area and thanks to Carrizo the goal remained at zero. After that scare, the lament in La Ciudadela: Canuto scored the goal on the line and prevented Ciruja’s victory. Poor game of the Saint. Belgrano enjoyed it…

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