Arsenal de Sarandi defeats Tigre 2-0 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

AVELLANEDA. Arsenal de Sarandi tops Tigre with a 2-0 win with a goal from L. Leal (59') and a goal from T. Banega (73').

Arsenal de Sarandi defeats Tigre 2-0 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

AVELLANEDA. Arsenal de Sarandi overcomes Tigre with a 2-0 win with a goal from L. Leal (59′) and a goal from T. Banega (73′). Tigre lost this match even if it was better in terms of ball possession (58%).

The match was played at the Estadio Julio Humberto Grondona stadium in Avellaneda on Saturday and it started at 4:30 pm local time. The referee was Fernando Espinoza with the assistance of Iván Núñez and Iván Aliende. The 4th official was Cristian Cernadas. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was extremely hot at 32.3 degrees Celsius or 90.05 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 48%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 42 Ball Possession 58
Shots
  • 12 Total 24
  • 5 On Target 5
  • 5 Off Target 13
  • 2 Shots blocked 6
  • 82 Attack 120
  • 25 Dangerous attack 56
  • 83 Ball safe 78
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 2 Corners 7
Fouls
  • 13 Total 8
  • 6 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

Tigre was in firm control of the ball 58% while Arsenal de Sarandi was struggling with a 42% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Tigre was putting more pressure with 56 dangerous attacks and 24 shots of which 5 were on target. Notwithstanding, Arsenal de Sarandi was able to find the solution to win this match.​

Arsenal de Sarandi shot 12 times, 5 on target, 5 off target. Talking about the opposition, Tigre shot 24 times, 5 on target, 13 off target.

Cards

Arsenal de Sarandi received 6 yellow cards (Adrián Spörle, Lautaro Guzmán, Tomás Sultani, Joaquín Pombo, Alejandro Medina and Santiago Toloza). Talking about the opposition, Tigre received 1 yellow card (Lucas Menossi).

Match Timeline

4'
44'
Tomas Sultani- Yellow
45'
56'
56'
Joaquin Pombo- Yellow
58'
59'
67'
Gonzalo Flores- sub ->Cristian Zabala
Facundo Pons- sub ->Luís Leal
68'
73'
Gonzalo Muscia- sub ->Tiago Banega
74'
74'
74'
Lucas Menossi- sub ->Aaron Molinas
79'
Sebastián Medina- sub ->Alexis Castro
80'
Agustín Cardozo- sub ->Sebastián Prediger
Alejandro Medina- Yellow
84'
89'
90'
Lucas Menossi- Yellow

Standings

After this match, Arsenal de Sarandi will have 0 points like TBC to lose in the 3rd place. On the opposite side, Tigre will stay with 0 points like TBC to move up in the 27th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Superliga, Arsenal de Sarandi will host Colón on the 29th of July with a 4-2 head to head record in favor of Colón (2 draws).

Tigre will host Talleres Córdoba on the 3rd of June with a 2-0 head to head stats in favor of Tigre (2 draws).

Arsenal de Sarandi – Formation

Arsenal de Sarandi
G
Alejandro Medina 23.Argentina
8.1
84'
D
Néstor Breitenbruch 25.Argentina
6.1
D
Adrián Spörle 5.Argentina
7.5
4'
D
Maximiliano Centurión 19.Argentina
7.0
D
Joaquin Pombo 13.Argentina
7.2
58'
M
Felipe Peña Biafore 28.Argentina
7.1
M
Braian Rivero 8.Argentina
6.9
56'
M
Tiago Banega 6.Argentina
7.1
74' Goals73'
F
Luís Leal 9.São Tomé and Príncipe
7.2
68' Goals59'
F
Lautaro Guzmán 22.Argentina
7.3
74' 44'
F
Juan Manuel Cuesta 77.Colombia
7.0
56'
Substitutes
G
Tomas Sultani 1.Argentina
45'
D
Facundo Cardozo 30.Argentina
D
Ignacio Gariglio 2.Argentina
D
Leonardo Marchi 3.Argentina
M
Gonzalo Muscia 18.Argentina
6.1
74'
M
6.8
56'
M
Santiago Toloza 10.Argentina
7.0
56' 89'
M
Tomas Sives 16.Argentina
F
Lucas Brochero 27.Argentina
6.5
74'
F
Facundo Pons 7.Argentina
7.2
68'
F
Flabian Londoño 36.Colombia
F
Tobías Zárate 11.Argentina

Arsenal de Sarandi started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

The manager Juan Carlos Ruiz García decided to play with the following team: Alejandro Medina (8.1), Néstor Breitenbruch (6.1), Maximiliano Centurión (7.0), Joaquin Pombo (7.2), Adrián Spörle (7.5), Tiago Banega (7.1), Felipe Peña Biafore (7.1), Braian Rivero (6.9), Juan Manuel Cuesta (7.0), Luís Leal (7.2) and Lautaro Guzmán (7.3).

The home team had on the bench: Gonzalo Muscia (6.1), Franco Vega (6.8), Tomás Sultani, Facundo Omar Cardozo, Lucas Brochero (6.5), Ignacio Gariglio, Leonardo Marchi Rivero, Santiago Toloza (7.0), Facundo Pons (7.2), Flabián Londoño Bedoya, Tomás Sives and Tobías Zárate.

Substitutions

Arsenal de Sarandi made 5 changes: Braian Rivero for Santiago Toloza (56′), Juan Manuel Cuesta for Franco Agustín Vega (56′), Luís Leal for Facundo Pons (68′), Tiago Banega for Gonzalo Emanuel Muscia (74′) and Lautaro Guzmán for Lucas Brochero (74′).

Best player: Alejandro Medina​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Arsenal de Sarandi was the goalkeeper: Alejandro Medina. His rating is 8.05. He performed 5 saves.

Tigre – Formation

Tigre
G
Gonzalo Marinelli  23.Argentina
6.2
D
Emanuel Aguilera 2.Argentina
7.0
D
Víctor Cabrera  36.Argentina
6.2
D
Sebastián Prieto 20.Argentina
6.5
D
Lucas Blondel 17.Argentina
5.9
M
Cristian Zabala 27.Argentina
7.1
67'
M
Aarón Molinas 28.Argentina
6.5
74'
M
Sebastián Prediger 5.Argentina
7.1
80'
M
Alexis Castro 16.Argentina
7.9
79'
F
Facundo Colidio 11.Argentina
7.4
F
Mateo Retegui 32.Italy
6.8
Substitutes
G
Santiago Rojas 33.Paraguay
D
Martín Ortega  4.Argentina
D
Abel Luciatti 6.Argentina
D
Lautaro Montoya 13.Argentina
M
Lucas Menossi 10.Argentina
6.4
74' 90'
M
Agustín Cardozo 15.Argentina
80'
M
Matías Espíndola 19.Argentina
M
Sebastián Medina 21.Argentina
6.7
79'
M
Ezequiel Forclaz 26.Argentina
F
Tomás Badaloni 29.Argentina
F
Martín Garay 24.Argentina
F
Gonzalo Flores 22.Argentina
7.0
67'

Tigre started with a 4-3-1-2 line-up (4-3-1-2).

Diego Hernán Martínez played with: Gonzalo Marinelli (6.2), Lucas Blondel (5.9), Victor Cabrera (6.2), Emanuel Aguilera (7.0), Sebastián Prieto (6.5), Cristian Zabala (7.1), Sebastián Prediger (7.1), Alexis Castro (7.9), Aaron Molinas (6.5), Facundo Colidio (7.4) and Mateo Retegui (6.8).

The following players were sitting on the bench: Lucas Menossi (6.4), Agustín Cardozo, Santiago Gerardo Rojas López, Tomás Oscar Badaloni, Matías Espíndola, Martín Ortega, Martín Garay, Gonzalo Flores (7.0), Sebastián Medina (6.7), Brian Abel Luciatti, Ezequiel Forclaz and Lautaro Montoya.

Substitutions

Tigre made 4 changes: Cristian Zabala for Gonzalo Nahuel Flores (67′), Aaron Molinas for Lucas Menossi (74′), Alexis Castro for S. Emanuel Medina (79′) and Sebastián Prediger for Agustín Cardozo (80′).

Best player: Alexis Castro​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Tigre was Alexis Castro.

His rating is (7.9) with 29 passes (72% accurate) and 4 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 6. He performed 8 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Superliga.​