Inicial 2012: Newell’s tonk Rafaela, and Auzqui sees off San Martín

The penultimate round of the 2012 Torneo Inicial came to an end on Monday night with a 2-0 win for Estudiantes de La Plata over San Martín de San Juan, as 20-year-old Carlos Auzqui scored the first and second goals of his first team career late on in the match. Earlier, Atlético Rafaela had made the trip to Rosario where they faced Newell’s Old Boys, and the hosts ran out 3-0 winners with a double from Fabián Muñoz and a late goal from Ignacio Scocco, who thus goes joint top of the goalscorers’ charts with Vélez Sarsfield youngster Facundo Ferreyra. All five of Monday’s goals can be seen right here.

Newell’s 3 – 0 Rafaela

Estudiantes 2 – 0 San Martín

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Sam Kelly is an English football writer based in Buenos Aires, specialising in all things Argentina - the national team and the domestic league - and across South America for When Saturday Comes, ESPNFC, The Blizzard, Howler and the Hong Kong Jockey Club among others. He's also the presenter and producer of Hand Of Pod, the internet's finest - and, it's true, only Argentine football podcast. If you think you can afford him (and you probably can), please feel free to get in touch.
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