Macul’s team achieved a long-suffering victory in the last minute, which allowed them to leave the last place in the table, beating Deportes La Serena in one of the most shouted goals in the last half at the Monumental. For its part, Unión Española closed the date wasting the option of reaching the crusader squad at the top.
Colo Colo left the bottom of the standings this Thursday by defeating Audax Italiano in the final 1-0, in a match played at the Monumental Stadium and valid for the nineteenth date of the 2020 National Championship.
Without playing well, the ‘popular’ cast reached three invaluable points in the fight to get out of the relegation zone in the leaderboard.
In addition, the ‘cacique’ achieved the second triumph in the era of Gustavo Quinteros with the 91 minute goal from Pablo Mouche.
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The white box reached 17 units in the classification and stopped being bottom, where Deportes La Serena returns. Italics, meanwhile, they were in ninth place with 24 points and lost a good option to get into the qualifying zone for the Copa Sudamericana 2021.
The only figure of a locked duel that was dominated by the homeowner, came in the discounts and was scored by Pablo Mouche. Javier Parraguez’s remarkable move down the left wing as he left rivals on the road and touched back so that the Argentine winger scored the first and only goal of the match at 90 + 1 ‘.
Union wastes cross fall
Unión Española failed in its attempt to reach the Catholic University in the leadership of the 2020 National Championship when they fell 1-0 this Thursday during their visit to Santiago Wanderers, in a match played at the Elías Figueroa Brander Stadium, valid for the 19th date.
The team led by Ronald Fuentes had to win to accompany the crusaders to the top, but they could not make a difference in the port. What’s more, the ‘caturros’ more than deserved the three points as they were the most proposed team.
In the classification, the ‘Hispanic’ team remained in second place with 39 units, three behind the current two-time national football champion, and only surpasses the third, Unión La Calera, by goal difference.
For its part, the squad led by Miguel Ramírez reached 23 points in the standings and jumped from fifteenth to eleventh place, distancing himself from the lower zone.