CA Tigre 2-1 Independiente: Visitors leave Estadio Jose Dellagiovanna with nothing

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CA Tigre beated Independiente 2-1 on Sunday at Estadio Jose Dellagiovanna. CA Tigre arrived with the intention of improving their league position after a 2-2 draw against CA Sarmiento. Independiente had lost their previous match against Central Córdoba. CA Tigre and Independiente currently occupy 6th and 16th spots in the table, with 37 points and 30 points respectively after 24 matches.

CA Tigre took the lead, thanks to a goal from Blas Armoa on the 17 minute mark. The momentum was again with CA Tigre, who then scored again courtesy of a second effort from Blas Armoa in the 20th minute to establish a 2-0 result. Independiente in turn, then responded in the 31st minute, grabbing the lead with an effort from Alan Sonora, finishing the first half 2-1. The second half ended with little further action at either end and goalless.

Substitutions for CA Tigre included Cristian Zabala, Agustin Baldi and Ijiel Protti for Blas Armoa, Lucas Menossi and Facundo Colidio, respectively. Independiente replaced Facundo Ferreyra, Damian Batallini, Alex Vigo and Rodrigo Marquez for Juan Cazares, Juan Roman Zarza, Gonzalo Asis and Gabriel Hachen.

The referee booked Sergio Barreto and Juan Insaurralde for Independiente.

CA Tigre will next travel to Newell’s Old Boys, while Independiente will face Barracas C. at home.

Technical card:
CA Tigre:Gonzalo Marinelli, Lucas Blondel, Brian Leizza, Brian Abel Luciatti, Sebastian Prieto, Lucas Menossi (Agustin Baldi, min.83), Sebastian Prediger, Alexis Castro, Facundo Colidio (Ijiel Protti, min.88), Blas Armoa (Cristian Zabala, min.63) and Mateo Retegui
Independiente:Milton Alvarez, Alex Vigo (Gonzalo Asis, min.82), Juan Insaurralde, Sergio Barreto, Edgar Elizalde, Damian Batallini (Juan Roman Zarza, min.70), Alan Sonora, Ivan Marcone, Rodrigo Marquez (Gabriel Hachen, min.83), Leandro Benegas and Facundo Ferreyra (Juan Cazares, min.46)
Stadium:Estadio Jose Dellagiovanna
Goals:Blas Armoa (1-0, min. 17), Blas Armoa (2-0, min. 20) and Alan Sonora (2-1, min. 31)