Clausura ’09: Round 14 scores and scorers

Sunday’s last matches ensured River Plate weren’t the only utterly embarrassed team this weekend – and both the humiliations occured at Huracán’s ground. Independiente got given a thorough going-over as the ‘home’ side against Estudiantes. 2-0 up at half time, Alejandro Sabella’s boys ran out 5-1 winners. Elsewhere, San Lorenzo comfortably beat Gimnasia de Jujuy, Racing lost to San Martín, and Boca’s reserves (and Juan Román Riquelme, returning from injury) beat Arsenal. There were thirty-seven goals and five red cards this weekend – you can find out who got each and every one of them right here.

Primera División A Torneo Clausura 2009, fourteenth round:
Argentinos Juniors (G. Hauche 62; I. Canuto 72) 2 – 4 Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba (L. Caruso 5, 49; V. Figueroa 68, 84)
Lanús (S. Blanco 47; D. Lagos 70) 2 – 1 Rosario Central (P. Lima 18)
Huracán (J. Pastore 39, 76; L. Medina 63; P. Toranzo 86) 4 – 0 River Plate (C. Villagra OFF 59)
Newell’s Old Boys (A. Da Silva 77) 1 – 1 Banfield (S. Fernández 21; S. Silva OFF 72)
Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata (M. Messera 19; S. Romero 41; J.E. Cuevas 50) 3 – 1 Vélez Sársfield (J. Cristaldo 18)
Tigre (C. Luna 26, 84) 2 – 1 Colón de Santa Fe (E. Fuertes 90+7; A. Capurro OFF 73)
Boca Juniors (L. Figueroa 24; C. Chávez 40) 2 – 1 Arsenal Fútbol Club (M. Matos 6)
Racing Club (M. Cáceres 34; M. Martínez OFF 87) 1 – 2 San Martín de Tucumán (M. Turdó 30, OFF 85; M. Urbano 58)
Independiente (D. Montenegro 81) 1 – 5 Estudiantes de La Plata (J.M. Salgueiro 16; F. Fernández 41; D. Galván 46; M. Núñez 51; C. Valencia 89)
Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy 0 – 3 San Lorenzo de Almagro (G. Bergessio 56; B. Fornaroli 65, 70)

To see all those goals, as usual, check back here on Monday night.

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