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Always Ready beats Oriente Petrolero 3-0 at home


Always Ready was lethal and crushed O.Petrolero 3-0, on date 14 of the Bolivia – Torneo Clausura 2022 tournament. The goals for the local team were scored by Edarlyn Reyes (20′ 1T), Samuel Galindo (23′ 1T) and Marcos Riquelme (21′ 2T, penalty).

Twenty minutes into the first half, defender Daniel Medina had a chance to open the scoring, but his shot bounced off the post.

The best player of the match was Edarlyn Reyes. The Always Ready midfielder scored 1 goal and sought the opposite goal 4 times.

Marcos Riquelme also stood out in Gigante del Norte. The Always Ready attacker scored 1 goal and shot at the opposite goal 6 times.

The game was highlighted by a lot of friction and constant fouls that cut the game. There were a large number of cautioned: Paolo García, Leandro Zazpe, Carlos Roca, Alexis Ribera, Rodrigo Ramallo, Wilfredo Soleto, Carmelo Algarañaz and Juan Carlos Arce.

Always Ready coach Julio César Baldivieso proposed a 4-4-2 formation with Carlos Mosquera in goal; Jorge Enrique Flores, Nelson Cabrera, Alex Rambal and Daniel Medina in the defensive line; Sergio Adrián, Samuel Galindo, Edarlyn Reyes and Rodrigo Ramallo in the middle; and Marcos Riquelme and Carmelo Algarañaz in attack.

For its part, Erwin Sánchez’s team took the field with a 4-4-2 scheme with Wilson Quiñónez under the three posts; Carlos Roca, Wilfredo Soleto, Leandro Zazpe and Jamir Berdecio in defense; Alexis Ribera, Juan Mercado, Franz Gonzales and Ronaldo Sánchez in midfield; and Jorge Correa and Facundo Suárez up front.

Álvaro Campos was the referee who directed the match at Gigante del Norte.

Always Ready’s next match in the championship will be as a visitor against Bolívar, while O.Petrolero will host Aurora.

With this result, the host of the match reaches 32 points and is in second place. For its part, the visiting team remains at 21 units and is in sixth place in the tournament.

Note and image source: DataFactory




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