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River Plate won the Argentine Championship after a big 0: 4 over Racing Club - Walla! sport

2021-11-26T06:47:32.165Z

The stadium in Buenos Aires was first filled in the Corona era and predicted the first championship since 2014. Flavino (32), Albers (48) and Romero (68 and 78) arranged a first win under Gerardo



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River Plate won the Argentine Championship after a big 0: 4 over Racing Club

The stadium in Buenos Aires was first filled in the Corona era and predicted the first championship since 2014. Flavino (32), Albers (48) and Romero (68 and 78) arranged a first win in the Gerardo era

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Friday, November 26, 2021, 8:30 p.m.

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Summary: River Plate - Racing Club 0: 4 (Sport 1)

Marcelo Gerardo, who was appointed River Plate coach in 2014, brought the club to new heights, with wins in local and international trophies, but only one thing was missing - the Argentine Championship.

Tonight (Thursday-Friday), three rounds before the end of the season, Gerardo closed the circle, won his first local championship after seven years and did so in style with a huge 0: 4 over Racing Club.

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The Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires was filled for the first time since the outbreak of the Corona plague, and it happened with perfect timing.

River came into the game with a nine-point lead over the Second Tagers (who have already lost in the current round), so she knew that even a draw would complete the job for her.

Agustin Flavino shook the stadium with a first goal in the 32nd minute, which set up the half-time score.

Led River Plate to further success.

Gerardo (Photo: Reuters)

Three minutes from the start of the second half, the team's young hit, Julian Albers, scored the second goal that pretty much closed a story against the team from 16th place in the table.

Then, the one who stole the show in the championship game is striker Brian Romero, who completed a quick double in the 68th and 78th minutes and sealed a wonderful evening for the Reds-Whites fans.

By the way, the Tagers also managed to lose the second place to Defensa & Justicia, who equaled it in the number of points but enjoyed a better goal difference and a victory in the direct meeting.



For the luxury club this is the 37th championship in its history, more than any other club and three more than its successor, bitter rival Boca Juniors.

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