Sunday, June 4, 2023

Juanfer Quintero’s Impressive Olympic Goal That Didn’t Make It To River Plate Before Preserving The Argentine Cup

Colombian 2-2. improvised a work of art to seal

A goal was seen from the second game Duel between River Plate and the Board of Trustees for the quarter finals of Argentina Cup In Moon Market Stadium from La Rioja. It was a 2–2 draw in 90 minutes, but Entre Ríos’ men won 4–3 on penalties. However, the jewel of the match was the Olympic goal. Juan Fernando QuinteroWhich was tied for two in the second half. The Colombian midfielder’s left-hand glove scored an anthology goal that left Millionaire fans confused.

At the start of the supplement the patron turned the result around, a corner kick in favor of River Plate after a seven-minute boundary. juanfer He commanded the shot from a right angle and his shot went to the middle, but he overcame the goalkeeper’s resistance Fasundo Altamirano.

The coffee grower’s shot was with speed and accuracy to pass the Entre Ríos team’s goalkeeper, who failed to clear the ball. The auction was with the right thread and that made it even more spectacular.

Beyond luxury and high bill conversions, the goal was an emotional injection for those who led Marcelo Gallardo As he started the match at an advantage, but then the patrons climbed up the scoreboard.

The Rijn capital saw an intense match in which Petronato was not intimidated by the River Plate. Both had their chances and the atmosphere was tense to such an extent that there were disputes like a Millionaire not sanctioned penalty and Enzo Perezzo’s elbow,

With the venue packed, fans were shaken by the goal. Bruno Zuculini He opened the scoring for River Plate after the half-turn and defined as if he were a centre-forward. Then Petronato achieved parity after the poor finish of Javier Pinola and a skid Jonathan Maidana, the ball caught him Marcelo Astigaribiawhich is defined by crossing.

At the dawn of the complement Pinola went away and slipped and the ball was received by Jonathan Herrera, who put Patronato forward. However, the pearl of the night in La Rioja was Juanfer’s great goal, in confirmation of the excellent punch from the Colombian midfielder who has a history of high-profile goals.

However, the emotions remained after the goal and both had opportunities to unbalance the scoreboard. River Plate looked for him and could convert third, but Patronato also had a chance wasted by Alexander Sousa, which didn’t end when he was going to be lone against Ezequiel Centurion. There was no difference in hierarchy on the court and he starred in a game with Sean Blow throughout the 90 minutes.

It should be noted that a few hours before the match it rained heavily in the capital of La Rioja and the playground was filled with many puddles. Playground assistants worked in pieces to be able to remove the accumulated water, but the grass was not in the best condition.

Patronato was more dominant in the penalty shootout and won 4–3 against River Plate. This was the classification for the Entre Ríos team, which was played with multiple substitutes, as it preserved the start for its match against Atlético Tucumán of the Professional League, where it did not fight.

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