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Wanderers managed to get the tie to 1 goal at Cerro Largo’s home

Cerro Largo and Wanderers did not make a difference in their meeting for date 2, held this Saturday at Arquitecto Antonio Ubilla.

With a goal from Michael Ferreira, they began by winning the visit in the middle of the second half, however, after 71 minutes of that stage, Emanuel Beltrán managed to equalize for the locals.

The figure of the meeting was Emanuel Beltrán. The Cerro Largo defender was important because he scored 1 goal.

Another of the key players in Arquitecto Antonio Ubilla was Michael Ferreira. The Wanderers striker converted 1 goal.

The game had a large number of cautioned: Emiliano Martin Garcia, Mauro Estol, Marcos Enrique, Juan Manuel Acosta, Nicolás Fonseca, Guillermo Wagner, Lucas Correa and Augusto Max. Agustín Santurio was expelled for a direct red card in the 49th minute of the second half.

Cerro Largo’s coach, Héctor Bracamonte, arranged a 4-4-2 formation on the field with Lucero Álvarez in goal; Emanuel Beltrán, Lucas Correa, Bryan Bentaberry and Andrés Romero in the defensive line; Lucas Morales, Marcos Enrique, Augusto Max and Leandro Onetto in the middle; and Emiliano Villar and Luca Franco in attack.

For their part, those led by Daniel Carreño stood with a 4-2-4 strategy with Mauro Silveira under the three sticks; Juan Manuel Acosta, Emiliano Martin Garcia, Juan Aguirre and Matías Fracchia in defense; Bruno Veglio and Mauro Estol in midfield; and Nicolás Maná, Christian Bravo, Michael Ferreira and Agustín Santurio up front.

The match at Arquitecto Antonio Ubilla was directed by referee Javier Feres.

For the next date, Cerro Largo will visit Plaza Colonia. On the other hand, Wanderers will receive Phoenix.

The local is in eleventh place with 1 point, while the visitor reached 1 unit and is placed in twelfth place in the tournament.

Note and image source: DataFactory

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