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LUCAS CHAVES (6): They kicked him little in the PT. The one that went to the goal (Langoni’s shot) contained it without problem. Good serving and coming out fast against. Solid response to a shot by Pol Fernández at the end.

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GUILLERMO SOTO (5): He banked Payero by his side and also Fabra the times he went up. He went well into the attack and shot a center goal for Cóccaro. Fabra raised in the ST and complicated it. They cautioned him and Dabove took him out.

FERNANDO TOBIO (7): Neat to go out playing and firm in the aerial game. He had more work to do with Vázquez joining the ST than with Benedetto. He always anticipated it well and did not commit any faults.

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LUCAS MEROLLA (7): Perfect in timing, understanding when to anticipate, when to cut and when to start again with Chaves. Very good to go out playing with the ball on the floor. He closed a round game.

WALTER PEREZ (6.5): Very well containing Advíncula the few times that the Peruvian went on the attack in the PT. He lacked precision with the centers to the area. A lot of temperance to go out playing, with authority.

SANTIAGO HEZZE (6): It started erratically, unusual for him. He missed a couple of balls in the middle. He settled down quickly: good with the passes between the lines and also solving a counterattack. He ran a lot on the ST. He reached the fifth yellow.

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FEDERICO FATTORI (6.5): Tidy and firm on the mark. Good vision of the game and panorama of the field. He had an intense duel with Pol Fernández. He always one of the best of Huracán.

FRANCO CRISTALDO (5): It went from low to high in the PT. He had a more positional function than other parties, he took care that Varela did not touch it and he partially achieved it. He kicked over the crossbar when he had a pass with Soto on the right.

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BENJAMIN GARRE (5.5): It started spicy on the right, looking for partnership in Soto, hooking and also finishing: his left foot went just wide of an angle. He fell down a bit on the ST.

MATIAS COCCARO (7): He ran them all, the defenders and the midfielders down to the middle of the court and recovering. At 2′, Rojo slapped him in the face inside the area, but the judge did not charge a penalty or intervene in the VAR. He had the clearest of the Globe in the PT: taco in the small area that deviated in Advíncula and went outside.

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RODRIGO CABRAL (5): He lacked more clarity in attack, finishing plays better, but he proposed a difficult duel to Advíncula and complicated it.

ENZO LUNA (5.5): He entered at 19′ of the ST in Cabral’s place. He had a ball left in the area to hit him first, but he stopped it. Much character.

PATRICIO PIZARRO (6): He entered at 30′ of the complement for the Chilean Soto, who was cautioned. He is central, but he stopped at right back. He put up with Fabra and Vázquez well.

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GABRIEL GUDIÑO (5): He jumped onto the pitch at 38′ of the final part for Cristaldo. He provided contention in the middle. He went on the attack and teamed up with Cordero.

NICOLAS CORDERO (4): He also entered at 38′ of the ST, in the position of Cóccaro. He had the last clear one: he hit him with his left foot (he went wide) when he had a pass with Hezze.

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DIEGO DABOVE (8); He posed an intelligent game to Boca in the Bombonera with high pressure that gave him results in the PT. Hurricane was better, but the goal was missing, the final stitch.

Source: www.ole.com.ar

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