Boca Juniors win 3-2 against Universidad de Chile

The homeowner celebrated this Friday at the Tierra de Campeones in the match played for date 3 of group A. The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Cristian Medina (38′ 1T), Exequiel Zeballos (5′ 2T) and Luis Vazquez (28′ 2T). While the away goals were made by Cristian Palacios (32′ 1T) and Ronnie Fernández (46′ 1T).

In the 32nd minute of the first stage, Cristian Palacios raised the spirits of U. de Chile and received all the applause. After receiving a pass from Camilo Moya, the striker placed it from the large area to the left post and below. Impossible for the goalkeeper!

The figure of the match was Luis Vázquez. The Boca Juniors striker showed his best level by scoring 1 goal and shooting 5 times to the opposite goal.

Hernán Galíndez was another of the outstanding players. The goalkeeper from Universidad de Chile showed his quality by containing 9 shots.

It was a game with many fouls and numerous interruptions. There were 3 cautioned: Camilo Moya, Pablo Aránguiz and José Castro. Camilo Moya was sent off after receiving his second yellow card, in the 47th minute of the second half.

Boca strategist, Sebastián Battaglia, stopped the starting eleven with a 4-3-3 formation with Javier García in goal; Luis Advíncula, Carlos Zambrano, Marcos Rojo and Agustín Sández in the defensive line; Agustín Almendra, Esteban Rolón and Aarón Molinas in the middle; and Exequiel Zeballos, Luis Vázquez and Sebastián Villa in attack.

For their part, those chosen by Santiago Escobar took to the field of play with a 4-4-2 scheme with Hernán Galíndez under the three sticks; Yonathan Andía, José María Carrasco, Luis Casanova and José Castro in defense; Junior Fernandes, Felipe Seymour, Camilo Moya and Pablo Aránguiz in midfield; and Cristian Palacios and Ronnie Fernández up front.

The judge chosen to direct the match in the Tierra de Campeones was Fernando Rapallini.

With this result, Xeneize achieved its passport to the Final of Argentina – Summer Tournament 2022.

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