In the middle of things desperate to recover the ball, and to get out from the bottom, Guillermo Enrique went to look for Malcolm Braida below, but he advanced with the other foot. Although he received a yellow card, referee Pablo Echavarría went to review the VAR and ended up reversing the decision and showing him a red card.
The hard entrance of Guillermo Enrique, who finished with the exact gymnastics of the player
Fifteen minutes into the game Gimnasia had to recover due to the absence of a soccer player and after a few minutes they were able to impose a nervous situation.
Almost in the first half hour, who were led by Sebastián Romero, they had the first offensive collusion. Ignacio Miramón saw Benjamín Domínguez coming up and sent him to play on the right. The young man took command of the wings, encouraged himself, and flowed in the sign of the edge. After some dribble he helped Cristian Tarracon, but the striker was covered and his shot went wide. After a series of echoes, the experienced striker clashed with the goalkeeper’s reaction.
Chirola Romero arrived in the team and took Alan Lescano, to the entry of Agustín Bolivar, looking for a greater presence in the midfield to the prejudice that the team was showing in defense.
But the change was not effected, because the Gymnast found himself at a disadvantage. At the 38th minute, Malcolm Braida got out, Maximiliano Comba passed from one side to the other side and crossed. In the far post, Andrés Vombergar was ahead, leaving behind Matías Bazzi, and with a strong front-end pass, he made it 1-0.
Andrés Vombergar’s goal in San Lorenzo against Gimnasia
At the beginning of the second half, things are not much different from the first half. San Lorenzo controlled the actions and had the conditions, and Gimnasia took care of their recovery and attack.
But the story is more serious and worse for those led by Chirola Romero, because after 10 minutes the referee interpreted the penalty for the touch of Barros Schelotto and Braida and scored the penalty. Adam Bareiro was stimulated, and extended the advantage.
When against 2-0, coach Tripero began to move the substitute bench and among those he welcomed was Ignacio Miramón, the best player in the theater, taking care of him because he had a yellow card.
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Penalty for San Lorenzo, against Gymnastics for the Professional League
From there they all went to St. Lawrence. The leader of the gymnastics passed with the common game, but also with the great particulars. As the minutes passed, he wiped out his rival from the field and, in the conditions he had, took him out of the game.
At minute 32, Adam Bareiro scored his second personal goal, his third in the competition, after an assist from Agustín Martegani, who loaned Matías Bazzi on the right and left him on the way to assist without difficulty in a large area. After three minutes, after a good execution of a free kick, Jalil Elías Gastón Hernández appeared to score the ball and make it 4-0.
Saint Lawrence (4)
Augusto Batalla, Federico Gattoni, Rafa Pérez, Gastón Hernández, Gonzalo Luján, Jalili Elías, Agustín Martegani, Malcolm Braida; Andrés Vombergar, Adam Bareiro, and Ezequiel Cerutti. DT: Ruben Insua.
Thomas Durso; Bautista Barros Schelotto, Leonardo Morales, Felipe Sánchez and Matías Bazzi; Ignacio Miramon; Guillermo Enrique, Alan Lescano, Maxiliano Comba and Benjamín Domínguez; and Christian of Tarracon. DT: Sebastian Romero.
Goals: PT: 38´ Andrés Vombergar (San Lorenzo). ST: 12′ and 32′ Adam Bareiro, penalty (San Lorenzo), 35′ Gastón Hernández (San Lorenzo)
Criticized: PT: 22´ Ignacio Miramón (Gymnastics)
Changes: PT: 28´ Leguizamón x Luján (San Lorenzo), 36´ Agustín Bolivar x Alan Lescano (Gymnastica). ST: 9´ Antonio Napolitano and Tomás Muro x Ignacio Miramón and Maximiliano Comba (Gymnastics), 21´ Franco Soldano and Erici Ramírez x Cristian Tarraconensi and Benjamín Domínguez (Gymnastics)
Incident: PT: 15′ Guillermo Enrique VAR (Gymnastics) was dismissed on request. ST: 10´ Penalties from Barros Schelotto and Braida (San Lorenzo)
Referee: Pablo Echavarria
Stadium: Pedro Bidegain