Torneo Clausura 2010: Round 6 scores and scorers

The clásico fell Independiente’s way in spite of a better than usual performance from Racing; some people’s luck never changes. The semi-clásico between Huracán and Vélez went the way of El Globo this time, to put a spanner in the impressive start to the year the visitors have made. Diego Simeone upset a few people with his reaction to his side’s winner against Tigre, Lanús’s return to form continues apace and with a win over Argentinos, Godoy Cruz remain joint top. If the two leaders carry on like this we could be in for quite a finale – Godoy play Colón in the penultimate round…

Primera División Torneo Clausura 2010, sixth round:
Arsenal Fútbol Club 0 – 3 Chacarita Juniors (D. Morales 30, 49; F. Parra 82)
Boca Juniors (M. Palermo 24) 1 – 1 Estudiantes de La Plata (L. González 90)
Independiente (D. Gandín 41; P. Rodríguez OFF 90+2) 1 – 0 Racing Club (G. Hauche OFF 59)
Huracán (G. Balvorín 59; P. Toranzo 78; F. Laurito 80) 3 – 2 Vélez Sársfield (R. Zárate 42; S. Silva 87; L. Velázquez OFF 60; M. Moralez OFF 90+1)
Colón (G. Rivarola 37; M. Goux OFF 87) 1 – 1 Rosario Central (L. Figueroa 58; J. Gómez OFF 65; G. Burdisso OFF 87)
San Lorenzo de Almagro (E. Alfaro 82; N. Benítez OFF 88) 1 – 0 Tigre (R. Rodríguez OFF 89)
Lanús (S. Blanco 39; D. Lagos 52; S. Salcedo 67) 3 – 0 Atlético Tucumán
Newell’s Old Boys (Cristian Núñez 65; J. Boghossian 74) 2 – 1 Banfield (R. Ramírez 77)
Argentinos Juniors (S. Gentiletti 31) 1 – 2 Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba (F. Higuaín 6; C. Sánchez 20)
Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata (M. Pérez 8) 1 – 1 River Plate (G. Canales 90+1)

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3 thoughts on “Torneo Clausura 2010: Round 6 scores and scorers

  1. No way will Tomba keep going. I think the title will be between the two sides that just missed out on the Libertadores, Newell’s and Colón.

    1. He turned round and yelled his head off in the direction of the stand behind the bench when the goal went in, Matthew. A minute previously the San Lorenzo fans had been chanting insults at the team, who were minutes away from breaking the club record for longest period without scoring.

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