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River's 1x1 in the Covid Superclásico: from Díaz's unforgettable saves to Carrascal and Fontana's lazy night

2021-05-18T09:48:24.757Z

The defeat left him empty-handed after good interventions in the 90s and a penalty covered by Cardona in the definition.



Maximiliano benozzi

05/16/2021 8:34 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • sports

Updated 05/16/2021 8:34 PM

River was left out of the Professional League Cup after living a nightmare weekend for the 15 players who were infected with coronavirus.

The only rookie to start the game was goalkeeper Alan Leonardo Díaz, who had an unforgettable debut.

It was different from Jorge Carrascal, who was in debt again and missed another opportunity.


River's 1x1

Alan Leonardo Díaz (8):

What a debut!

In the Bombonera, nothing less.

Without having saved a game in Reserve.

The boy of 21 started with some logical doubts, but ended up being the best of River.

And that after 10 minutes they scored a goal.

Later, he took a long-distance shot from Villa and in the second half covered three tremendous balls to Tevez.

And in the penalty shootout he guessed Cardona's intention and kept the ball.

Gonzalo Montiel (6):

Despite not having arrived in the best physical condition, he put everything on the field.

He scored well on his side and had good projections.

He got his penalty.

Jonatan Maidana (6): He

was one of the greats who made the save.

Although he suffered in some runs, he also got a lot of head balls.

And Tevez made a clear foul on Boca's goal that referee Tello did not charge and assistant Julio Fernández also omitted from his sector.

David Martínez (7):

Great match for the youth central scoreboard.

Good in the crosses, he cut many counterattacks from Boca and was encouraged to go on the attack and filter passes.

Fabrizio Angileri (6):

It went from lowest to highest.

But when he settled down, he did the usual good: go on the attack and shoot good crosses.

One of them was for the tie with Álvarez's header.

The bad news is that he missed a penalty in the definition.

Enzo Pérez (5):

He put in a lot.

And even sometimes more, that's why he won the yellow.

He was injured at halftime.

Leonardo Ponzio (6):

Beyond kicking his penalty badly, which was saved by Rossi, the River midfielder had a great second half, where he ordered his team, was the axis to start River's attack plays and stood in the difficult moments of your team.

Milton Casco (4):

Never found himself in the midfielder position.

He was lost and it was difficult for him to get into the game.

It came out in the second half.

Julián Álvarez (6):

From a weak first half to a second half with all the lights.

He commanded several River attacks and had his prize when he eagerly went looking for the center of Angileri.

He won from above and changed the stick to Rossi.

Agustín Fontana (4):

He was disconnected from the team.

He did not pressure the rival defense.

And he couldn't even take advantage of a Rossi's rebound to push the ball into goal.

Gallardo took him out in the second half.

Jorge Carrascal (3):

The worst performance of a River player.

It was a match for the Colombian to take charge of the team's game, but he did not appear for the Bombonera.

José Paradela (6):

He came in to play the second half and although it took him a while to get into the match, when he did it was key for River to start having more of the ball, to play better.

Tomás Galván (5):

He entered with enthusiasm.

It was his debut in First.

But it did not affect the game too much.

Lucas Beltrán (5):

Some good connections with Alvarez but not much else.

Daniel Lucero (-).

Another kid from River who made his debut in the First Division at the Bombonera. He came through Fontana with ten minutes to go.

Source: clarin

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