Clausura ’08: Round 11 scores and scorers

River Plate lost their unbeaten record on Sunday afternoon as Central surprised even themselves by getting one over on Diego Simeone’s men, who got a let-off after his old team Estudiantes – who were finally awarded the points for the called-off match against Racing on Friday – slipped up away to Tigre. Martín Palermo continued adding to his Boca tally against Newell’s (maybe one day he’ll get close to the real club record…), and Racing just couldn’t win twice in a row, even when it seemed impossible not to. There was an important win for Colón in the relegation battle against San Martín as well. Twenty-nine goals and six red cards this weekend. To see who got them, read on…

Primera División A Torneo Clausura 2008, eleventh round
Independiente (D. Montenegro 3; G. Denis 54; M. Herrón 89) 3 – 0 Banfield (J. Patiño OFF 53; A. Broggi OFF 84; D. Herner OFF 89)
Huracán (A. Franzoia 3, 43; E. Domínguez 79) 3 – 0 Olimpo de Bahía Blanca
Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata (D. Alonso 25; F. Domínguez 45+2) 2 – 1 Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy (J. Arraya 15; F. Pieters OFF 90+5)
Boca Juniors (R. Palacio 55; M. Palermo 80) 2 – 1 Newell’s Old Boys (S. Salcedo 73)
Lanús (J. Sand 45+1, 48; N. Ramírez 90) 3 – 3 Racing Club (M. Moralez 13, 45; E. Faccioli OG 39)
Arsenal de Sarandí 0 – 0 Vélez Sársfield
Argentinos Juniors (P. Barzola 70; G. Pérez 90) 2 – 1 San Lorenzo de Almagro (A. Torres 45+2)
Rosario Central (E. Zelaya 29; M. Arzuaga 43; L. Borzani OFF 74) 2 – 1 River Plate (D. Buonanotte 19)
Tigre (L. Galmarini 30) 1 – 1 Estudiantes de La Plata (J.M. Basanta 53)
San Martín de San Juan (P. Frontini 54; J.S. Brusco OFF 84) 1 – 2 Colón de Santa Fé (M. Cardetti 44; R. Ramírez 50)

As ever, check back on Monday night for the goal videos – the league tables page will also be updated by then.

4 thoughts on “Clausura ’08: Round 11 scores and scorers

  1. River had about 8 free kicks in dangerous positions in the 2nd half, and played every last one of them too close to the keeper. Maybe they were convinced he’d make a mistake – he didn’t. They fought to the end, but it was disappointing to see them waste so many chances in the same manner.

  2. By this time, some cine producers should began serioulsy thinking in a movie about Palermo’s life. He’s not skilled with his legs, he’s not fast, he didn’t shoot well but… he always scores! From 60 yards, four times in a match, with an injured knee, after half a year without play…
    Palermo continues playing his first role in the movie of his life.

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