Rosario Central closed matchday 8 this Monday with its first victory as a visitor. It was against Huracán in Parque Patricios 2-0 with goals from Ignacio Malcorra and Alejo Véliz, both in the first half.
The Canalla team had been hit by heavy defeats when they left home, but this time they hit first and fast. Then, he played a smart game.
Miguel Russo’s team took advantage of Huracán’s defensive setback and with the attacking trio made up of Véliz, Campaz and Malcorra made life difficult for Dabove.
After five minutes, Malcorra surprised the Globo defense on the right and scored the first goal of the match with a notable left footed shot.
After the advantage, Central continued to take advantage of the spaces left by the Globo and, repeating Malcorra’s formula on the right, found the second with an assist from his “10” to the head of Alejo Véliz.
El Canalla could have increased the difference more if Campaz had been a little more precise. In any case, the difference was made and Huracán never found the way to return to the game.
The cast of Miguel Russo withdrew into the complement and tried to come out against. With strong wear from the men at the top, DT began to change the names, but never the idea. It closed well behind and the Globe could not complicate it, despite filling the Broun area with forwards.
There was no Hurricane discount. There was no return to the party. Yes, there was a Central affirmed an idea and that respected it because it gave him good results from the beginning.
Thus came the end and the first victory of the auriazul cast outside the Giant. It was perhaps the best version of Russo’s cast so far in the tournament. Today he knew what to play and carried it out.