At the Alfonso López stadium, Atlético Bucaramanga defeated Envigado 2-1 and entered the group of eight, reaching 25 points and partially displacing Deportivo Cali to ninth position.
In an intense first half, the leopard team was superior and with an inspired Jhonier Viveros managed to go to the locker room with the advantage on the scoreboard. In the 12th minute, Viveros attacked the area and assisted John Édison ‘la rubber’ Hernández, smashing the ball between the centrals, who sped up and falling, with his right leg, sent the ball into the back of the net. Golazo.
Viveros had another flash of magic and minutes later he assisted with a taco to Brayan Fernández, who was in a good goal position, but did not know how to take advantage of it after taking a shot that went to the side of the goal.
In the second half, Envigado reacted and went from being dominated to dominating the game. José Alberto Suárez’s team improved line by line and at the end of the match they got the long-awaited tying goal. In the 80th minute, José Hernández was in front of the goal after a collective play and with a left-foot from medium distance he beat the goal of captain Juan Camilo Chaverra.
However, when it seemed that the match was going to be a draw, Bucaramanga found the winning goal in the injury time. Juan Marcelín received a cross from the side and with a strong header gave his team all three points.
With the victory at home, Bucaramanga was left with the eighth box; while Envigado put his classification at risk by registering 26 points.