Colón won 5-3 in the definition of penalties to Talleres after equaling 1 to 1 during the 90 minutes and got into the semi-finals of the Professional League Cup.The start was all of the Cordoba team, who had more than one chance to take advantage but ran into the goalkeeper Leonardo Burián, who from the first few minutes began to win the title of figure. However, Sabalero found the space to take advantage with a head goal from Alexis Castro, 13 minutes into the first half, after a corner thrown from the left by Luis Miguel “Pulga” Rodríguez.
But the T did not acknowledge receipt of the goal and it was in search of an equality that it achieved in the 25 minutes thanks to a left-hander of Franco Fragapane, who took advantage of a short rebound left by Burián.The second half was lived with more friction than play and neither of us could get any bigger differences. In fact, both teams ended up with one less man for Eric Meza’s expulsions at the venue, 5 minutes later, and José Mauri, on the visit, in the 22nd minute. With the consummate tie, the semi-final pass was defined from the twelve steps. There, those led by Eduardo Dominguez converted the five shots, while Burián tied the punchline to Rafael Pérez and allowed Sabalero to get in the top four. Next weekend, Colón will seek to get into the final when he is released to Independiente, who eliminated Estudiantes de La Plata, also for penalties. The summary of Columbus’ victory over Workshops
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