For Group B, Tigre started winning a game that eventually lost 4 to 1 against Guaran, but the difference in points was not reflected in most of a game. The six months of competitive inactivity and the few training sessions, plus the fact that it was a first national team, never emerged as conditions for the cup presentation for this renewed Nstor Gorosito team.
And the first test was given 10 minutes into the first half with a good collective action on the left by David Gallardo and the scoring with an impressive left foot from Pablo Magnn, who approved the promising debut for both players. Both players come from teams in the same category as Tigre, but neither of them was disappointed with this international survey.
But that goal was just a readiness in the game and so Tigre took it, who continued to handle the ball with discretion, well led by Diego “Cachete” Morales, and he never rushed to look for spaces and accelerated in the last sectors of the field “guaran” as to surprise the slow Aurinegra defense.
The same characteristics covered the start of the second stage, but Hernn Lopes and Merlini’s injuries would stop benefiting the local team. First, the former Independiente freight forwarder, from Avellaneda, Cecilio Domnguez, who committed a penalty in one of his first acts which he himself charged for 2 to 1, and by tie writer Edgar Bentez, who also barely walked the grass, marked his first conquest with the Guaran shirt to make it 3-1.
Domnguez, who next year plays for Austin in the USA, a new Major League Soccer franchise, was chosen as the best player of the match, even though he only spent a little more than half an hour on the court. And the fourth goal, which was also scored by Angel Bentez, did not adapt to what the game had been during 80 of the 90 minutes of the game.
The Group B positions were then at the end of the first round of the zone phase with Palmeira, from Brazil leading by 9 points, followed by Guaran with 6, Bolvar with 3 and Tiger without devices.
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