Monday, October 2, 2023

Alianza Petrolera barely beat Bucaramanga and ended the date within eight

Alianza Petrolera won by a narrow margin against Atlético Bucaramanga in the duel that closed the date of the classics played by Alfonso López. Both teams will finish the day in the group of the best eight.

The home team dominated possession, but lacked the depth and creativity to create dangerous options in Pier Luigi Grazziani’s goal. Javier Reina tried to pull the strings of the team in the middle of the field, but he did not make a difference either.

The team of César Torres, for its part, tried to come out with quick transitions after recovering the ball and that’s how the only score of the match. The poor delivery in the middle of the Leopards and the recovery of Andrés Rentería, who entered the central channel and from the medium distance got a strong shot that entered the goal of James Aguirre in 17′.

Bucaramanga ended up dominating, but went to half-time without any shot on goal, in fact, this statistic was maintained throughout the game. On the other side, already in the second half, the Barrancabermeja team almost increased the score through Santiago Orozco, who finished after a header pass from Rentería and crashed the ball against the crossbar.

In the end, the Bumangués team did not find ways to damage a strong defense of the oil tankers that knew how to defend itself when the game suggested it and they ended up taking the three points in the regional battle.

Alianza Petrolera ended the date of the classics in 8th place in the standings with 15 units, the result of 4 wins and 3 draws. Atlético Bucaramanga has the same number, with 15 points is in sixth place and the next day will visit Millonarios, while Aurinegros will receive Junior de Barranquilla.

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