Boca wins with goals from Colombians Villa and Cardona

Boca Juniors and Racing Club added two wins, while Independiente lost in the friendlies that were played this Saturday in Argentine football, ahead of the start of the contest scheduled for October 30.

Boca, with a goal from Colombian Sebastián Villa, won 3-1 against Estudiantes de Río Cuarto in a result that also had celebrations from coffee grower Edwin Cardona and Gastón Ávila for 'Xeneize'.

Ibrahim Hesar discounted for the Cordovan team in a match played on the premises that Boca has in Ezeiza.

Racing Club, in its Avellaneda estate, won 2-1 against Gimnasia and Esgrima La Plata with goals scored by Mauricio Martínez and Matías Rojas. Sebastián Coccimano discounted for the group directed by Diego Maradona.

Independiente fell 3-2 at home to Banfield in an intense duel that had Giuliano Galoppo as scorers, on two occasions, and Martín Payero for the winner, while Silvio Romero and Colombian Andrés Roa scored for 'Rojo'.

Colón thrashed Rosario Central 4-1 with goals converted by Tomás Chancalay, Rodrigo Aliendro, Wilson Morelo, from a penalty, and Gonzalo Escobar for the 'Sabalero', while Lucas Gamba, also from a penalty, scored for the Rosario team.

Students, with goals from Uruguayans Diego García and Martín Cauteruccio, from a penalty, won 2-0 against Arsenal de Sarandí.

Argentinos fell 1-2 against Atlanta with goals signed by Gabriel Hauche for the loser, while Luis López and Fabricio Pedrozo scored the goals for 'Bohenio', who plays in the second division of Argentine football.

Godoy Cruz fell 0-2 to Gimnasia de Mendoza with celebrations from Santiago González and Fernando Cortés; while Patronato won 1-0 against Atlético Rafaela with a goal from Christian Chimino.

After more than seven months without competition, the Argentine Professional League plans to start a blitzkrieg of less than three months for next October 30, which will make it the ninth and penultimate South American country to resume its activity after the break. for the coronavirus pandemic.