Saturday Superliga highlights: two Mac Allister brothers score for Argentinos; Vélez and Estudiantes share six goals

Saturday brought no shortage of goals in the twenty-first round of Superliga action. There were nine in the first two games of the day, as Newell's Old Boys scored twice in the first half to beat Tigre 2-1 (a game marred by a fractured ankle for Newell's playmaker Brian Sarmiento) and Vélez Sarsfield came back... Continue Reading →

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Friday Superliga highlights: Belgrano and Racing share four goals

There were two score draws to get the Easter weekend underway in the Argentine Superliga on Friday evening: first, in Parque Patricios, Huracán drew 1-1 with Banfield; afterwards, in Córdoba, Belgrano and Racing shared four goals and Racing's embattled attacking midfielder Ricky Centurión got himself sent off near the end for being an idiot. Before... Continue Reading →

Argentina 2-0 Italy: highlights

On Friday, Argentina beat Italy 2-0 in a friendly in Manchester, thanks to goals from Éver Banega and Manuel Lanzini – the West Ham United playmaker's first goal for his country, in his third cap. It wasn't a perfect performance, but it left Jorge Sampaoli more satisfied than not, and several players – including Willy Caballero, Fabricio... Continue Reading →

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