translated from Spanish: University of Chile turns the game and imposes itself on O’higgins de Rancagua in El Teniente

Universidad de Chile was placed as the sub-leader of the 2020 National Championship by beating O’Higgins 3-2 at home, in a match played at the Estadio El Teniente and valid for the sixth date of the tournament. With the victory, the collegiate cast reached 13 units and was positioned as the exclusive escort of the pointer Catholic University, which has 16.In the meantime, the ‘Capo de Provincia’ stays at the bottom of the table, specifically in the fourteenth place with only four points. A successful start had the encounter in Rancagua. The ensemble led by Patricio Graff took the lead at 5 minutes with a powerful shot from outside the Alejandro Márquez area that struck on Osvaldo González’s back and ended up shifting to the goal Fernando de Paul.Only 240 seconds would last the lead for the Celestial. Albert Acevedo half-rejected with a header and Matías Rodríguez spliced from first at 9′ with his right loot to leave the goal Augusto Battle left undecided.The encounter became very frictional after 1-1 and at 36 minutes he would move the marker again , in favor of the homeowner. Albert Acevedo took a precise center from the right that found the certain header in the area of Roberto Gutiérrez.Ya in the complement, the ‘U’ was decided to better luck with a Pablo Aránguiz who achieved prominence, marking the times in the squad game who directs Hernán Caputto.At 50′ would come parity for the blues, who today wore red. Aránguiz received near the O’Higgins area and delivered a great assist for Matías Rodríguez, who in the ‘hot zone’ drew a powerful cross-header that beat Batalla.O’Higgins was not three-quarters of a forward court and that took advantage of the visitor to uneven the bleakness in his favour, turning the scoreboard. Pablo Aránguiz defined unopposed in the area in the 62nd minute, after a right-to-left assist from Nicolás Guerra. In the first instance, the tanto had been annulled by out-of-game War, but after reviewing the VAR it was confirmed that the ‘U’ striker started well. At 81′, the place stayed with one less man in the field by the expulsion of Antonio Díaz. Referee Angelo Hermosilla saw in the VAR that O’Higgins’ player scraped Rodriguez’s taco on the pear, which was unintentional, and showed him the red in a controversial decision. When the mourning was over, the judge of the brega decided to expel O’Higgins midfielder Ramón Fernández…

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