Torneo Apertura 2011: round 4 scores, scorers, & Sunday’s goals – at last (video)

Sorry everyone. Sunday evening and the subsequent couple of days have been busy. Argentines Abroad will be online on Wednesday, but first things first: it’s very late on Tuesday night here, and I’ve still not put the Sunday goals and the scores and scorers from the fourth round of the Torneo Apertura online. Sunday’s games saw Boca and San Lorenzo draw 1-1, Unión win the first clásico santafesino in eight years away to Colón, and Newell’s come from two goals down to win 3-2 away to Belgrano. You can watch the goals right here.

Primera División Torneo Apertura 2011, fourth round
Club Deportivo Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba (R. Ramírez 54) 1 – 0 Club Atlético Banfield
Club Estudiantes de La Plata (G. Fernández 7; M. Boselli 19; C. Cellay OFF 81) 2 – 2 Club Atlético San Martín (E. Más 45; M. Núñez 66)
Racing Club (T. Gutiérrez OFF 54; V. Viola OFF 85) 0 – 0 Arsenal Fútbol Club (J. Ortíz OFF 79)
Club Atlético Lanús 0 – 0 Club Atlético Tigre
Asociación Mutual Social y Deportiva Atlético de Rafaela (A. Castro 39; D. Gandín 67; W. Serrano 76) 3 – 1 Club Olimpo (N. Bareiro 89)
Club Atlético Vélez Sarsfield 0 – 1 Club Atlético All Boys (C. Soto OFF 51; E. Perea 68)
Club Atlético Colón (I. Moreno y Fabianesi OFF 81) 0 – 2 Club Atlético Unión (P. Rosales 8; F. Montero 17)
Club Atlético Belgrano (G. Turús 8; J.C. Maldonado 13) 2 – 3 Club Atlético Newell’s Old Boys (V. Aquino 42; R. Noir 66, 69)
Club Atlético Boca Juniors (D. Cvitanich 50) 1 – 1 Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro (G. Méndez 29)
Asociación Atlética Argentinos Juniors 0 – 0 Club Atlético Independiente

Colón 0 – 2 Unión

Belgrano 2 – 3 Newell’s

Boca 1 – 1 San Lorenzo

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