Clausura ’08: Round 10 scores and scorers

Estudiantes went top for a day-and-a-half but River leapfrogged them again on Sunday afternoon. Independiente returned to winning ways after three matches on the trot without a victory, whilst San Lorenzo stretched their winning run to six, and made it eleven goals scored in their last three matches. In the relegation battle, Colón got a potentially vital win over Huracán, but the biggest congratulations of the weekend go to Racing: It’s taken ten matches and a change of manager, but under Juan Manuel Llop La Academia have finally won their first match of 2008!

Primera División A Torneo Clausura 2008, tenth round
Estudiantes de La Plata (J. S. Verón 86) 1 – 0 Lanús (M. Fritzler OFF 90+2)
Newell’s Old Boys (G. Ré 44; A. Da Silva 49) 2 – 0 Argentinos Juniors
Colón de Santa Fé (R. Ramírez 90+2) 1 – 0 Huracán
Banfield 0 – 0 Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata
Olimpo de Bahía Blanca (J. Lujambio 86) 1 – 3 Independiente (G. Denis 20, 37; D. Montenegro 32)
San Lorenzo de Almagro (G. Bergessio 8; B. Romeo 23; A. González 58) 3 – 1 Rosario Central (L. Borzani 29)
River Plate (R. Falcao García 51; O. Ahumada OFF 55) 1 – 0 Tigre (S. Morero OFF 59)
Racing Club (F. Sosa 62) 1 – 0 Arsenal de Sarandí (C. Báez OFF 72)
Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy (L. Escalada 84; F. Acuña OFF 72) 1 – 2 Boca Juniors (J. Dátolo 59, 82)
Vélez Sársfield (S. Silva 19, 51) 2 – 0 San Martín de San Juan

As ever, check back on Monday night for the goal videos.

5 thoughts on “Clausura ’08: Round 10 scores and scorers

  1. Yes…but Racing did get screwed once or twice too. I’m breathing now and still stunned that they’re about to go down.

  2. The surprising comments, this morning, everywhere, was that Racing HAS FINALLY WON A MATCH! There were more talking about Racing than about the matches won by River, Estudiantes or Boca.
    Still, they’re in the dangerous zone.
    And it will not be easy for them to leave that place.

  3. You are right, Bostero. That’s because Racing are a MASSIVE club! hahahaha! Jokes aside, it was the richest story for the journalism. Both Boca and River won and yet Ole’s cover (for example) was a huge picture of Franco Sosa and the headline: “GANÓ” (THEY WON).

    Next week we face Lanús…and everything will be back to normal! hahahaha!

  4. Don’t be so sure Seba… Lanús might be the current champions but you’re above them in the table now, they’re having a shocker this year. Anyway, don’t worry too much about the next match – enjoy the result you got this weekend!

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