The Powerful Meets Its First Challenge

In a match of five goals, two penalties and several injured in both casts, Medellín beat Pasto 3-2 and will compete with Cali for the final of the Eagle Cup that grants a quota for the 2020 Libertadores Cup.

After a generous start that had him on the scoreboard with an advantage of three scores, the scarlet set gave ground and allowed the discount of the visit with two maximum penalties executed by Andrey Estupiñán to finish tightly a duel he had dominated.

The series against the Nariñense team was finally 5-3, after the 2-1 win in the first leg in Ipiales.

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The initial stage was positive for the home team, which showed the football boost of the last presentations with five undefeated dates in the Águila-2 League.

Very early, at 18 minutes, the first goal came in the booties of left-handed Déinner Quiñones, who again received the confidence of coach Aldo Bobadilla as headline.

That much, after an empowerment of Elvis Perlaza, he filled his teammates with confidence that they kept the throttle tight and again offered him a prize for the fans with Jesus Murillo's header. And to round off that good period, an autogol of the antioqueño Carlos Henao put the third on the board.

Pasto reacted before going to rest and discounted through a maximum penalty with Estupiñán, after making a foul by Jonathan Marulanda.

The mole in the first period was the injuries of scorer Germán Ezequil Cano and the young side Daniel Castro, who had to leave the court (see summary). In the complementary Stiven Rodriguez suffered the same fate.

With the score 3-1 in favor and the series practically defined, Medellín lowered the pace in the final 45 minutes, a situation that Pasto took advantage of to celebrate in the same way and identical protagonist (Estupiñán). They went 80 minutes and with the 3-2 those led by Octavio Zambrano were encouraged and generated fright, although they left spaces that the DIM did not take advantage of.

“The important thing is that we are in another final and hopefully we win it. We must already think about Alianza Petrolera, the rival of Sunday, because qualifying in the League is also another objective, ”said Andrés Ricaurte, who on October 30 in Palmira and on November 6 in Medellín will play the Copa Águila final with his teammates .

PARTY SYNTHESIS

MEDELLÍN 3
Technician: Aldo Bobadilla.
Players: David González; Elvis Perlaza, Jesús Murillo, Andrés Cadavid, Daniel Castro (Jonathan Marulanda, 34 ’); Didier Moreno, Andrés Ricaurte, Adrián Arregui, Déinner Quiñones, Brayan Castrillón; Germán Cano (Stiven Rodríguez, 25 ’, Diego Arias, 76’).
Goals: Déinner Quiñones (18 ’), Jesús David Murillo (36’) and Carlos Henao, autogol, 44 ’).
Expelled: did not have.
Figure: Déinner Quiñones.

PASTO 2

Technician: Octavio Zambrano.
Players: Carlos Bejarano; Fabián Viáfara, Geisson Perea, Carlos Henao (Cristian Tovar, 62 ’), Mairon Quiñónes; Kevin Rendón, Víctor Giraldo (Henry Rojas, 61 ’), Daniel Rojano (Brayan Torres, 46’), Andrey Estupiñán; Ray Vanegas, Carlos Hidalgo.
Goals: Andrey Estupiñán (45 + 2 and 80 ’, both penalty).
Figure: Estupiñán.
Expelled: none.

Stadium: Athanasius Girardot. / Referee: Wander Mosquera (Cundinamarca). / Arbitrators: Ángel Caro (Bolívar) and Camilo Sánchez (Asocafa). / Assistance: 8,692 people.

Technician: Octavio Zambrano.

Players: Carlos Bejarano; Fabián Viáfara, Geisson Perea, Carlos Henao (Cristian Tovar, 62 ’), Mairon Quiñónes; Kevin Rendón, Víctor Giraldo (Henry Rojas, 61 ’), Daniel Rojano (Brayan Torres, 46’), Andrey Estupiñán; Ray Vanegas, Carlos Hidalgo.

Goals: Andrey Estupiñán (45 + 2 and 80 ’, both penalty).

Figure: Estupiñán.

Expelled: none.

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