Apertura 2010: round 14 scores and scorers

Tuesday evening was the first time in over three years that River Plate have beaten Boca Juniors in a competitive match, a result which doesn’t do anything for them in the relegation struggle, but does lift them to eighth in the Torneo Apertura table. On Wednesday, Claudio Borghi’s exit from the Boca manager’s seat will be made official by club president Jorge Ameal, El Bichi having offered his resignation after the match. Elsewhere of course, the round included Vélez drawing level with Estudiantes at the top of the league, a first win for Quilmes and a first draw for Olimpo. All the scores and scorers are right here.

Primera División Torneo Apertura 2010, fourteenth round
Huracán (J.L. Quiroga 53; G. Monzón OFF 69) 1 – 2 Colón (J. Larrivey 33; M. Goux 84)
Banfield 0 – 0 Club de Gimnasgia y Esgrima La Plata
Arsenal Fútbol Club 0 – 0 All Boys
Tigre (D. Morales 23; R. Martínez OFF 46; R. Caruso Lombardi (manager) OFF 52; D. Stracqualursi 72) 2 – 1 Tigre (L. Benítez 50)
Argentinos Juniors (N. Blandi 23) 1 – 0 San Lorenzo de Almagro
Quilmes (S. Raymonda 1; M. Caneo 90+2) 2 – 1 Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba (J. Castillo 32)
Independiente (C. Matheu 59) 1 – 1 Club Olimpo (C. Salom 90)
Vélez Sarsfield (R. Álvarez 59) 1 – 0 Lanús
Newell’s Old Boys (N. Guzmán OFF 90+5) 0 – 2 Racing Club (G. Hauche 89; P. Lugüercio 90+3)
River Plate (J. Maidana 53) 1 – 0 Boca Juniors

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