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Video: Oscar Ustari went for the heroic in the last minute and suffered a goal from more than 80 meters

2021-04-13T20:53:04.817Z

The Argentine goalkeeper of Pachuca had gone to head in the last play, but Reyes de Puebla finished from almost his area and nailed it 3-1.



04/13/2021 17:38

  • Clarín.com

  • sports

Updated 04/13/2021 5:38 PM

By the 14th date of the Mexican League, one more game ended with an almost unusual action.

Pachuca, as a local, lost 2-1 and in the fifth minute added they had a corner in favor.

The goalkeeper,

Oscar Ustari

, went to head looking for an agonizing 2-2

.

However, it ended up being the opposite.

Salvador Reyes, from Puebla

, recovered it just outside his area, saw that there was no one and

took the shot from 80 meters that slowly got into the rival area and it was the final 3-1

.

A goal that unleashed joy for Puebla, led by Argentine Nicolás Larcamón

(he had Juan Pablo Segovia as the starter) and they are being the revelation of the Aztec tournament: they are fourth, in the direct qualification zone for the quarterfinals of the playoffs.

Gustavo Cabral, Ismael Sosa, Matías Quiroga and Matías Catalán were also at Pachuca and they did not lift: they are 14th with 14 points and out of everything.

For Ustari, 34, who wears No. 5 on his diver, he had to suffer again what he had once experienced in Argentina.

In 2007, Martín Palermo surprised him with a goal just behind the half court in a match that Boca also won 3-1 against Independiente on the Racing court.

That time the young Oscar saw her pass overhead, this time the play was different but she suffered anyway.

Ustari, in action against Puebla.

In the end he ended up suffering (EFE).

Curiously, less than a month ago and in the Tuzos stadium, Pachuca had won with a 1-0 midfield goal against Tigres, with Patón Guzmán suffering for having been ahead.

Now it was their turn ...

Source: clarin

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