Visitors ecstatic after win at Estadio Eva Peron
San Lorenzo’s 4-2 win over CA Sarmiento on Tuesday, was hard fought at Estadio Eva Peron.. San Lorenzo were hoping to continue their winning streak after back-to-back victories against Gimnasia La Plata and Vélez Sarsfield.
San Lorenzo found the net first, when Malcom Braida gave them the lead on the 18 minute mark. However, the good fortune didn’t last for long. An equalizer from Luciano Gondou, 25 minutes in brought level. However, each side looked hungry to win and San Lorenzo then found the back of the net, at 42 minutes thanks to Andres Vombergar, taking the score to 2-1. San Lorenzo then netted once more and increased their advantage thanks to a goal from Adam Bareiro just before half-time, to take a 3-1 lead into half time.
San Lorenzo continued to apply pressure in the second period and were rewarded, when Malcom Braida found the net once more in the 61st minute. In the end though, hit back though via a Franco Quinteros goal on the 81 minute mark, seing the match finish 4-2.
San Lorenzo replaced Ezequiel Cerutti, Nahuel Barrios, Gonzalo Lujan Melli and Adam Bareiro for Nestor Ortigoza, Ivan Leguizamon, Diego Calcaterra and Francisco Perruzzi.
|CA Sarmiento:||Sebastian Tomas Meza, Jean Rosso (Franco Quinteros, min.46), Manuel Guanini, Federico Andueza, Federico Rasmussen (Gonzalo Bettini, min.46), Sergio Quiroga, Fernando Martinez, Lucas Castro (Julian Brea, min.73), Jair Arismendi (David Gallardo, min.65), Luciano Gondou and Javier Toledo (Lisandro Lopez, min.73)|
|San Lorenzo:||Augusto Batalla, Federico Gattoni, Gaston Hernandez, Gaston Campi, Gonzalo Lujan Melli (Diego Calcaterra, min.87), Jalil Elias, Nahuel Barrios (Ivan Leguizamon, min.70), Malcom Braida, Adam Bareiro (Francisco Perruzzi, min.87), Ezequiel Cerutti (Nestor Ortigoza, min.63) and Andres Vombergar|
|Stadium:||Estadio Eva Peron|
|Goals:||Malcom Braida (0-1, min. 18), Luciano Gondou (1-1, min. 25), Andres Vombergar (1-2, min. 42), Adam Bareiro (1-3, min. 45), Malcom Braida (1-4, min. 61) and Franco Quinteros (2-4, min. 81)|