Belgrano got up early and fell 1-0 on his visit to Platense

belgrano suffered a defeat this Saturday 1-0 against Platensein one of the meetings that gave continuity to the date 18 of the Professional Football League (LPF).

The Celeste did not have a good performance and failed to change history, against a rival that fights to maintain the category and in gray present.

The match was played at the Ciudad de Vicente López stadium and was refereed by Nicolás Lamolina.

After 3 minutes of the game, the local striker Nicholas Servetto he scored 1 to 0, with a header, surprising everyone.

Platense, led by Martín Palermo, has an average that worries him, since he is still in the relegation zone. That is why he celebrated the victory with great happiness, as a great relief.

Belgrano, with 28 units and directed by Guillermo Farré, last date tied the classic against Talleres (1-1) at home and was in eighth place in the contest. He missed a good chance to continue growing in the table.

On the next date, the 19th, the Pirate will be local to Vélez on Saturday, June 3, at 2:00 p.m. Platense, meanwhile, will visit Argentinos Juniors, on Friday, the 2nd at 9:30 p.m.

Belgrano during his visit to Platense on date 18 of the Professional League. (Photobaires).

The match

The meeting of Guillermo Farré’s team, in general terms, was quite gray.

El Pirata quickly suffered from Servetto’s goal, which caused anger in Alberdi’s cast for a supposed advanced position.

And beyond having almost the entire game to turn the story around, he couldn’t do it.

Just in the plugin Belgrano had a couple of chances to equalize the score.

The clearest came at the end, with a header from Pablo Vegetti that inexplicably went over the crossbar.

Platense, without shining and with all its limitations, managed to close a more than important victory.

Belgrano will have to reconsider many things for the next commitments away from the Giant, where he lacks offensive weight and elaboration.

The formations of Platense and Belgrano for the Professional League

Platense: Ramiro Macagno; Nicolás Morgantini, Miguel Jacquet, Marco Pellegrino and Sasha Marcich; Ronaldo Martínez, Franco Baldassarra, Iván Rossi and Vicente Taborda; Nicolas Castro and Nicolas Servetto. DT: Martin Palermo.

Belgrano: Nahuel Losada; John Barinaga, Diego Novaretti, Nicholas Meriano and Alex Ibacache; Gabriel Compagnucci, James Longo, Bruno Zapelli and Ulysses Sanchez; Franco Jara and Paul Vegetti. DT: William Farre.

  • Estadio: City of Vicente López (Platense).
  • Referee: Nicholas Lamolina.

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2023-05-27 23:03:18
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