Saturday’s matchday in the Professional League recorded one of the best goals of the championship in these two past dates. Santiago Rodríguez named a work of art after him in the Monumental Stadium of Alta Córdoba to mark the 1-1 for Instituto against Unión at home, with a definition from almost 50 meters that will go around the world.

The ball was passing through the middle of the field in search of an owner when a pass from the local team was rejected towards the central circle and the 11 of Glory did not hesitate for a second. A few meters from the halfway line, Rodríguez hit a tremendous left foot shot on the border at 39 to 40 minutes of the initial stage. The trajectory of the ball took a lot of height and fell hard to take its first hit inside the goal before the stretch of a disoriented Thiago Cardozo.

The masterful resolution provoked different reactions, among which the commentator of the TNT Sports signal stood out, who limited himself to contemplating the images: “It seems sacrilege to me to comment on the goal. See…” On the other hand, the ESPN analyst managed to say: “Please! From another party, out of catalogue, from another story.” The official account of the Professional League on Twitter also left its comment: “That’s it, there is no way to beat this goal by Santiago Rodríguez.”

The 26-year-old forward scored his fifth goal in 14 games of the season, and was his third in the Professional League after having scored a double in the initial 2-1 victory against Sarmiento in Junín. However, this will be a very difficult definition to replicate. This was also seen by his companions, who ran to hug him before his euphoric celebration. It was his 16th career appearance in addition to 10 assists in 57 games with Instituto.

With more than 20 days left until the closing of the domestic tournament, the excellent execution has already been catapulted to be among the best in the competition, it is in the conversation for the Puskás award as best goal of the year and will also enter into dispute with another goal. , which had the same characteristics as what was done in the province of Cordoba.

* Ramón Sosa’s goal for Talleres against Independiente

A week ago, Ramón Sosa did the same for Talleres in his team’s victory against Independiente at the Libertadores de América-Ricardo Enrique Bochini Stadium. Red lost 2-1, which is why they went on the attack, leaving spaces and the attacker took advantage of them. In the final seconds of added time, a clearance by Juan Portillo following a corner ended up in the hands of Marcos Portillo, who launched a through ball for Sosa. Also first, the Paraguayan hit him as soon as he crossed half of the field.

A detail between both actions made them different because the final 3-1 of the T included a slap from goalkeeper Rodrigo Rey before the ball entered the goal. In the case of Santiago Rodríguez, he did not give Cardozo, the Unión goalkeeper, any chance. Initially, Nicolás Orsini had made it 1-0 and Jonás Acevedo was sent off for the host during the addition of the first half.

It should be noted that Instituto and Tatengue won their matches on the opening day against Sarmiento and Banfield, respectively. On the next date, those led by Diego Dabove must visit Huracán on Sunday the 26th from 3:30 p.m. (Argentine time), while the team from Santa Fe will receive Barracas Central on Monday the 17th from 7 p.m.

2024-05-19 01:25:19
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