Talleres, from Córdoba achieved a new victory this Sunday by beating Colón, from Santa Fe, 2-0, at home, in a match valid for the twentieth date of the Professional Football League (LPF), and remains undefeated under the technical leadership interim of Javier Gandolfi.
Offensive midfielder Rodrigo Garro scored in the first half, at 21 and 45 minutes, two very well-made goals for the victory of the Cordobans.
The ‘T’ thus accumulates its third game without defeats in the competition, with two wins and one draw, and reaches 22 points (it has a game pending) and moves away from the bottom of the table.
The Santa Fe team continues without a foothold and remains with 19 units and remains among the weakest teams, after not winning in the last five dates, with four losses and one draw.
On the night of the Kempes the match started with everything, with the locals looking to position themselves in rival territory, although they neglected their last line and gave space for the ‘sabalero’ to counter.
And in this dynamic is that Colón had three clear chances before 10 minutes: first Ramón Ábila converted, but was ahead, then Matías Catalán cleared a shot from Cristian Bernardi on the line that was destined for the net, and in the other ‘Wanchope ‘ failed after facing Alan Aguerre’s goal.
Little by little the ‘T’ settled on the field, and thus managed to open the scoring with Garro’s first goal, which he received from Francisco Pizzini in three quarters of the field, took a precise and powerful shot from outside the area and put the 1-0.
He had it to quickly increase the cast of Javier Gandolfi, but Alan Franco missed a shot in front of the goal after a great collective play.
The homeowner again conceded spaces at the bottom, and Bernardi had another couple of options that Aguerre covered well.
Finally, and after a couple of clashes in both areas, another assist from Pizzini arrived, this time for Garro to enter the area, and the former Institute faced Ignacio Chicco and hit the ball with great class, to round off another goal of very good bill for 2 to 0, before the break.
Despite the advantage, Talleres was still ambitious in the complement, and could not close well in defense, for the desire to press away from his goal, he continued to allow spaces that Colón did not take advantage of due to the shortcomings in the definition of Ábila, who had at least three clear chances.
About the final minutes the ‘T’ could increase, already with the ‘sabalero’ decidedly focused on attack with more men, but Matías Godoy and the admitted Ulises Ortegoza failed in the final shot.
On the next date Talleres will visit River, while Colón will seek recovery in his stadium against Argentinos Juniors.