Superliga Friday and washout Saturday highlights: River thrash Lanús; Racing beat Argentinos to stay top

There were two Superliga games on Friday and just one on Saturday, due to a thunderstorm sweeping over Greater Buenos Aires in the early hours of Saturday which caused San Lorenzo v Atlético Tucumán and Estudiantes (who are playing home games in Quilmes at the moment) v Newell's Old Boys to be called off. The... Continue Reading →

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Saturday and Sunday Superliga highlights: River beat Boca with two golazos; Atlético Tucumán go top overnight

After a high-scoring start to the sixth round of Superliga action, things settled down on Saturday and Sunday, but we still only had to sit through one 0-0 draw. In the biggest match of the round, Boca Juniors hosted River Plate in the superclásico and River put in a textbook Big Game Away Performance to run... Continue Reading →

Saturday and Sunday Superliga highlights: Boca open their defence with a win and Lanús let Defensa y Justicia off the hook

It's not been a classic Superliga weekend: Saturday and Sunday's matches in the opening round of 2018–19 Superliga action brought just nine goals from nine games, with three 0-0 draws and not a single away victory. On Saturday, Gimnasia and Unión got 1-0 wins over Argentinos Juniors and Aldosivi respectively, before Patronato v Colón and... Continue Reading →

Sunday Superliga highlights: River’s reserves ease past Arsenal, and Boca are on the brink

Sunday brought five matches and eleven goals in the Superliga. In the 11am kick off, there was unusually low score, with Huracán beating Tigre 2-0 to cement their continental qualification hopes. At (late) lunchtime, goals from Brian Mansilla and Lautaro Martínez helped Racing win against their manager Eduardo Coudet's old club, Rosario Central, 2-0, before... Continue Reading →

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