No separating Monday’s teams as Round 3 comes to an end


Acosta and Silva moments before donning fireman’s helmets

First up, in Floresta, All Boys and Velez fought a pretty even game in which neither side could really grumble with the 1-1 scoreline. Mauro Zarate made his first start for Velez since returning but the comeback didn’t go exactly according to plan as Zarate was forced off injured in the second half, looking visibly upset. All Boys took the lead in the first half when Javier Campora burst through the Velez defence and slotted past Sosa for his first goal at his new club. Velez put the pressure on All Boys and were rewarded on the hour mark when Maxi Pellegrino bundled the ball into his own net, under pressure from Velez captain, Cubero. Later, in Lanus, it also ended 1-1 with both goals coming early against Estudiantes, the result meaning neither side finished round 3 top of the table. Estudiantes led in the first minute, some comical defending was punished spectacularly by Guido Carrillo’s bicycle kick. However, 10 minutes later, Lanus were level when a long punt down field was flicked on and eventually Lauturo Acosta poked the ball under the keeper. Cue, a typical Santiago Silva inspired celebration complete with fireman’s helmets. SEE THE GOALS HERE….



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