Audax Italiano 3-0 La Serena: Bad day for visitors at Estadio Municipal de La Florida

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Audax Italiano ease to comfortable win over La Serena 3-0 on Sunday at Estadio Municipal de La Florida. Following this match, Audax Italiano and La Serena are 5th (45 points) and 14th (27 points) in the final table respectively, after a total of 30 matches.

Audax Italiano started the match strongly, when Fernando Cornejo opened the rout, 12 minutes in. They then scored again, pulling level thanks to a goal from Michael Fuentes, 39 minutes in to see out the first half 2-0.

Audax Italiano once more applied the pressure in the second period and were rewarded, with a goal from Jorge Henriquez, 60 minutes in, leaving a rampant Audax Italiano with a resounding 3-0.

Substitutions for Audax Italiano included Matias Sepulveda, German Estigarribia, Marlon Carrasco, Diego Torres and Ignacio Colombini for Gonzalo Alvarez, Luis Riveros, Fernando Cornejo, Jorge Henriquez and Michael Fuentes, respectively. La Serena brought on Humberto Suazo, Enzo Ferrario, Matias Fernandez, Luckas Carreno and Richard Paredes, to replace Marcelo Herrera, Lucas Alarcon, Santiago Dittborn, Bryan Soto and Juan Cavallaro.

There were bookings for Michael Fuentes from Audax Italiano. For La Serena, Bryan Soto saw yellow.

Technical card:
Audax Italiano:Tomas Ahumada, Pablo Alvarado, Fabian Torres, Carlos Labrin, Nicolas Fernandez, Osvaldo Bosso, Fernando Cornejo (Marlon Carrasco, min.83), Jorge Henriquez (Diego Torres, min.83), Gonzalo Alvarez (Matias Sepulveda, min.69), Luis Riveros (German Estigarribia, min.78) and Michael Fuentes (Ignacio Colombini, min.84)
La Serena:Gustavo Fuentealba, Lucas Alarcon (Enzo Ferrario, min.58), Rodrigo Brito, Marcelo Herrera (Humberto Suazo, min.47), Maximiliano Guerrero, Santiago Dittborn (Matias Fernandez, min.58), Bryan Soto (Luckas Carreno, min.68), Leandro Diaz, Juan Cavallaro (Richard Paredes, min.68), Federico Andrada and Leonardo Valencia
Stadium:Estadio Municipal de La Florida
Goals:Fernando Cornejo (1-0, min. 12), Michael Fuentes (2-0, min. 39) and Jorge Henriquez (3-0, min. 60)