Apertura 2011: Teo Gutiérrez stars as Racing dismiss Godoy Cruz (video)

Teo Gutiérrez celebrates yet again

The second round of matches in the 2011 Torneo Apertura ended on Wednesday night in Avellaneda, where Colombian striker Teo Gutiérrez scored twice, missed a penalty and a couple of other decent chances, and helped Racing to a 3-0 win over Godoy Cruz, one of the title favourites. That match came after two 1-1 draws earlier in the day; Belgrano’s first home game of the season, against Olimpo, and Colón vs All Boys, during which Albo forward Mauro Matos scored one goal for each team. All the goals from the day’s three matches are right here, as well as the scores, scorers and red cards from the whole of this midweek round.

Primera División Torneo Apertura 2011, second round
Asociación Mutual Social y Deportiva Atlético de Rafaela (A. Castro 75; J. Córdoba OFF 77) 1 – 3 Arsenal Fútbol Club (M. Obolo 12; L. Leguizamón 18, 32)
Club Atlético Vélez Sarsfield (S. Silva 22; F. Ortiz 49; J.M. Martínez 82) 3 – 0 Club Atlético Banfield
Club Estudiantes de La Plata 0 – 2 Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro (E. Gigliotti 59; G. Méndez 61)
Club Atlético Boca Juniors (L. Viatri 1, 79; J.C. Falcioni (manager) OFF HT; J.R. Riquelme 83; N. Colazo 85) 4 – 0 Club Atlético Unión (F. Kudelka (manager) OFF HT)
Club Atlético San Martín (Roberval 40; L. Landa 83) 2 – 1 Club Atlético Tigre (E. Pío 90)
Club Atlético Lanús (M. Pavone 90+2) 1 – 0 Independiente
Asociación Atlética Argentinos Juniors (D. Mateo OG 29) 1 – 1 Club Atlético Newell’s Old Boys (M. Sperdutti 41)
Club Atlético Colón (M. Matos OG 15) 1 – 1 Club Atlético All Boys (M. Matos 74)
Club Atlético Belgrano (F. Vázquez 56) 1 – 1 Club Olimpo (M. Rolle 7)
Racing Club (T. Gutiérrez 11, 75; L. Castro 70) 3 – 0 Club Deportivo Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba (L. Sigali OFF 21)

Colón 1 – 1 All Boys

Belgrano 1 – 1 Olimpo

Racing 3 – 0 Godoy Cruz

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