Clausura 2012: Olimpo and Vélez thrash Belgrano and Banfield (goal videos)

The second round of matches in the 2012 Torneo Clausura is already underway, and there were two high-scoring matches on Friday night to get the round started. Olimpo beat Belgrano 4-1 after going in level at the break, before championship contenders Vélez Sarsfield recorded their first win of the year with a thumping 4-0 win away to whipping boys Banfield. You can see all nine goals right here.

Olimpo 4 – 1 Belgrano

Banfield 0 – 4 Vélez

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2 Responses to Clausura 2012: Olimpo and Vélez thrash Belgrano and Banfield (goal videos)

  1. Matthew Gilbert says:

    Olimpo beat Belgrano, easily done. The typo, not necessarily beating Belgrano.

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