Goals galore as Central down Newell’s in the clásico, Boca draw away to Godoy Cruz & more (video)

Saturday's and Sunday's matches in the Torneo Inicial brought no fewer than twenty goals in seven matches - in fact, twenty goals in six matches, since River Plate v Belgrano ended goalless thanks largely to the incredible profligacy, yet again, of River's forwards. Earlier on Sunday, Rosario Central had shocked league leaders Newell's Old Boys... Continue Reading →

Clausura 2010: Round 15 Sunday goals

It was a Sunday of classic football in Argentina - and not only in the clásicos. Those were both good matches, with San Lorenzo brushing aside Huracán 3-0 after an awkward first half, and the two rosarino clubs drawing 1-1 in El Gigante Del Arroyito, both in goals and red cards. In La Plata, Boca... Continue Reading →

A mini-clásico

The meaningful bits of the clásico rosarino on Sunday had all taken place before the match was even half an hour old, but whilst it lasted it was an absolute cracker. Two goals in one minute put Central ahead against the hosts in El Coloso Del Parque after just twelve minutes, but Newell's, fighting for... Continue Reading →

El Aniversario Del Parque

The talk this week is all about the preparations for Saturday's World Cup qualifying match against Colombia, inevitably, so rather than bore you with talk of superstar players (and Gabriel Heinze) running round a field in Buenos Aires Province, HEGS is taking a trip down memory lane today. Tuesday saw the 35th anniversary of an... Continue Reading →

Central leave it late

The clásico rosarino was led by Newell's Old Boys for most of the game, in the stadium of their bitterest rivals courtesy of a rocket of a strike from Mauro Fórmica, but after missing chances to double their lead, Roberto Sensini's boys let Emilio Zelaya grab a leveller for Central with just ten minutes remaining.... Continue Reading →

Clausura ’09: Round 13 fixtures

In Ricardo Caruso Lombardi's world, Vélez Sársfield vs Racing this weekend is a title-deciding match. Since he took over at the Avellaneda club they have, incredibly, picked up the same number of points as the current league leaders. Something's got to give on Saturday. Elsewhere there are clásicos in the Nuevo Gasómetro (whose predecessor, the... Continue Reading →

Newell’s get revenge

Newell's Old Boys got revenge on Rosario Central in the Rosario derby on Saturday, beating them 1-0 to get even after they lost the Apertura clásico by the same scoreline in their own stadium. El Gigante del Arroyito hosted a match in which the visitors were more intelligent and created more chances, which was settled... Continue Reading →

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