Chicago salvaged a tie at Floresta

Nueva Chicago recovered from a bad first half and salvaged a 1-1 draw in the classic against All Boys, which was played under great weather at Islas Malvinas de Floresta for the opening date of the First National.

El Albo got the partial advantage during the first half at their best moment in the game when Joaquín Ibáñez (39m.) anticipated his marker Gustavo Mendoza with a diagonal inside the area, from left to center, to invoice a maneuver created by the opposite side.

Chicago, surpassed at the start of the game, grew in the complement, dangerously approached Lisandro Miter’s goal and reached equality at 32 minutes with a penalty scored by Aaron Spetale, after a rude handball from central Gabriel Pusula.

On the other hand, Patronato de Paraná resigned to a goalless draw at home against Guillermo Brown from Puerto Madryn in the game that marked his return to the category after seven years in the military.

The current champion of the Argentine Cup, which this year will also face a historic participation in the Copa Libertadores, came from a victory against Gimnasia and Tiro de Salta in the match that began the defense of the title in the most federal competition of the AFA.


Zone A: Deportivo Morón 0-Almagro 1; Students (Río Cuarto) 0-San Martín (Tucumán) 1; Patronato 0-Brown (Puerto Madryn) 0 and All Boys 1-Nueva Chicago 0.

Today: Gymnastics (Mendoza)-United Defenders (Zárate), 17:00; Almirante Brown-San Telmo, 5:00 p.m. (TyC Sports) and Güemes (Santiago del Estero)-Agropecuario (Carlos Casares), 6:00 p.m.

Zone B will begin to be played next week.

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