perform poorly. It’s that easy. The continuation of the match in Santiago del Estero, the gymnastics played in Forest, overtook Tigre and the 1–0 match was a blow to the confusion of fans, who dreamed of seeing an aspiring Lobo at home. And it was not. That warrior and support team, who could 100% fight on any court, were light years away from this court, which was considered a solid prospect by only Brian Alleman (a very weak match, too) in 90 minutes. Great free kick. scoring a goal.
Campaign is valuable, obviously. With a team without reinforcements and many boys who begin to forge their own path, a future for themselves and the institution’s treasure. Gorosito enchanted gymnastics to engage in a conversation no one could have imagined. It is also true that today it seems that “something else” is lacking for a team that wants to be champions, a purpose for which this Lobo 2022 was never put together.
Thus, Gymnasia received Tigre en el Bosque with the obligation to show another image. He didn’t make it. There were two different offers at the start of the game. aggressive and vertical gymnastics; Tiger, rolling the ball and spreading it on the field. So everyone warned. When the visitors searched from deep balls, Lobo tried a fine combination between Sosa and Ramirez, whose center Franco Soldano failed to link well. And later, Paraguayan Sosa mishandled a good counter with a numerical advantage that came to nothing.
Gymnastics wasn’t up to the title fight. It lacked that “jump in quality” that Pipo talks about.
In a good game, Mateo Retegui had a chance but he finished high above Rey and the ball went wide. Each played an open game with their own weapons and spaces with their own ideas, with a chance to score at any time.
Well-involved in the game Benjamin Dominguez, the Los Hornos boy tried from afar and picked up the fans’ uh. Tigre had a good move in the attack when Paraguayan Armoa deflected the ball from his head and threatened Rey’s goal.
Gymnasia’s defense suffered more than once with Armoa and Collidio coming from behind. This is how Tigre’s goal came in: a deep ball off Blas Armoa ended for the Paraguayan and Rodrigo Rey had good one-on-one definition. Tigre was better and expressed it on the scoreboard on the 29th minute of the first half.
From there the gymnastics deepened his doubts about the opponent’s nervousness and good ball handling. Tigre was spontaneous and everything in Lobo was very forced, demanding. Without play, there was hardly a good pass from Benjamin Dominguez to Eric Ramirez which Concordia controlled poorly and defined against Marinelli’s left post.
Tiger played well. And that performance put Pipo’s team in doubt. leave or stay Press up or in the middle of the court? From there, with control of the game and split balls, Tigre made a reasonable 1–0 advantage with the first leg ending.
The wolf was just pushing, without thoughts and without any danger. Changes were also not the solution.
At the start of the complement, Leonardo Morales took the spear and tried it with a shot from mid-range that went wide against Marinelli’s right pipe. It looked like it was the prelude to a more ambitious gymnasia, tying in a great free kick by Brian Allemann that went right outside.
El Tripero played with a different attitude. With high pressure, they began to win divisions and Tigre’s play no longer progressed, although Fascundo Collidio was always the flag of Diego Martínez’s team sports.
A center from Eric Ramirez caused the oncoming field to sink. Blas Armoa and Mateo Retegui expressed concern about Rey’s goal. In a state of complete panic, Gymnasia found it difficult to clear the ball from the bottom.
Pipo Gorosito pointed to another game idea with proceeds from Nicolas Contin, Tomas Muro and Manuel Insourald. The bet was to add power to the field with Soldano and El Tanke playing a little more on the right side with Muro. With an opaque game from Aleman, it was nearly impossible for Lobo to generate a play.
When not, Morales saved on the second goal line. He lost Collidio on the right, he put in the center and Retegui’s shot passed Rey, but not Yacare, who saved the sure fall of his fence. Later, a fine action from Miranda ended with a weak shot from Steinbach, which was easy for Marinelli. Gymnastics was just a push, without thoughts and almost without danger, against a tiger who always felt himself to be the master of thoughts and spaces. And they beat him well. without a doubt.