Verón finally breaks the deadlock

Estudiantes and Lanús have now played each other three times in official matches this year, and on Friday night a winner of the mini-series finally emerged. After two draws in their Copa Libertadores group matches, including an amazing 3-3 a week-and-a-half ago, this Torneo Clausura match also looked like it was heading towards a deadlock... Continue Reading →

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Turning it round

League champions Lanús booked their place in the Copa Libertadores group stage on Tuesday night, winning in style against Ecuadorian champs Olmedo to overturn a 1-0 first leg defeat. In the first half, they looked edgy, creating chances but - as in Riobamba last week - not managing to finish them off. In the second,... Continue Reading →

Is that daylight I see

Appearing at the end of the tunnel? A draw or a Tigre win in Sunday evening's game would have made the championship race insanely close given some of the other results we've had this weekend. But after one hour of play in El Sur, Matías Fritzler scored the goal which won the game for Lanús,... Continue Reading →

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