There is a bit of calm in Barranquilla, Junior is already working on his turf, after all the complications at the start of the tour. A victory over the minimum number of teams against Equidad.
Junior didn’t want to leave the ratings to chance, so the goal came right after the third minute, with a superb pass from Hinstrosa, from the squad that Cetré pushed, responding as a forward heart.
Junior’s fears began to return, as they subsided and Equidad took the opportunity to start imposing conditions, causing a danger in Vieira’s goal, arriving with Lima and Pistaina on two occasions to draw.
Little by little Junior reacted, taking the ball to give it a spin and cutting the tempo of the game imposed by the Bogotá nationals, thus capping a first-half operation where Junior found no spaces to cause damage.
The second part was more for a physical duel, on the part of both teams. Football has been largely sidelined, with Equidad captain John Garcia being sent off for elbowing Larry Vasquez, with several players from both teams discussing the event.
The process at the end of the match was Equidad’s intent, wanting to reach out to look for an option and arrive with opportunities at the end, to think of South America. While Junior knew how to calm the ball, give it the necessary measures and ultimately avoid complications.
Arturo Reyes’ units reached 32 units, more than steady in the final runs on home soil. They will finish the tournament against Alianza. Stock-wise, the options are null, so Bucaramanga will be stewards, in addition, considering a reclassification to close out the year.
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