Torneo Clausura 2010: Round 7 fixtures

The late night caused by typing up Tuesday’s Argentines Abroad post got the better of me, and I totally forgot to put up details of the seventh round of the Torneo Clausura, which is being played in midweek. Tuesday’s matches were generally high-scoring, with Racing’s agonising 1-1 draw against Huracán (who, as I type, have just secured a point courtesy of a late equaliser) the lowest-scoring game by a distance. There were five between Central and Arsenal, and eight – but no winner – shared between Boca and Vélez. In the latter match, Martín Palermo scored for Boca. According to some history books, he’s now level with Roberto Cherro’s all-time club record. To make it undisputed he’s got another three to go. The scores and goals from Tuesday’s matches, and the fixtures for the rest of the midweek round are right here.

Primera División Torneo Clausura 2010, seventh round:
Rosario Central 2 – 3 Arsenal Fútbol Club
Vélez Sársfield 4 – 4 Boca Juniors
Racing Club 1 – 1 Huracán
Estudiantes de La Plata vs Argentinos Juniors (Weds, 19:00)
Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba vs Lanús (Weds, 19:00)
Tigre vs Independiente (Weds, 21:10)

Chacarita Juniors vs Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata (Thurs, 17:00)
Atlético Tucumán vs Newell’s Old Boys (Thurs, 19:10)
River Plate vs San Lorenzo de Almagro (Thurs, 19:10)
Banfield vs Colón (Thurs, 21:15)

Central 2 – 3 Arsenal

Vélez 4 – 4 Boca

The goals from Racing vs Huracán aren’t available at the time of writing – they’ll be on HEGS on Wednesday night.

You can follow the Clausura and the Argentine sides in the 2010 Copa Libertadores via HEGS on Twitter (including updates during and between matches and similar stories that might not go up on the site until later). I’m slowly gaining followers, but if you’ve not signed up yet you can do so here.

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2 thoughts on “Torneo Clausura 2010: Round 7 fixtures

  1. hrm. arse pull a win out of their arse’ i guess racing have really lost their mojo. but not all is lost: godoy cruz have never beaten lanus in 6 tries, this might be another last-minute winner takes all deal.

  2. Problems never end for Racing, it was ridiculous – Perfumo called it *exactly* before the free kick was taken, everybody watching could see it, so why couldn’t Ayala see that Dominguez was the most likely route for that free kick… so who exactly was Ayala marking, the Invisible Man?

    I am constantly disappointed by big Racing signings… I thought Ruben Ramirez was going to be a top scorer when he joined from Colon, but he was useless.
    Ayala hasn’t quite reached such repeated levels of embarrassment, but he needs to improve soon or Russo may as well but Martinez and Aveldano together again.

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