Panama City, March 26 (EFE) .- Atlético Chiriquí, coached by Venezuelan Alberto Valencia, closed date nine of the 2022 Apertura tournament of the Panamanian Football League (LPF) this Saturday with a 1-0 victory over United Arab of Columbus.
Amilcar Quiroz’s goal keeps Chiricanos at the top of the Western Conference standings, with 19 points, and leaves Colonenses, coached by Julio César Dely Valdés, in the basement of the East, with five units.
Club Atlético Independiente de La Chorrera (CAI), with goals from Luis Torres and Marlon Ávila, accounted for Tauro FC 2-1
The CAI, trained by the Venezuelan Iván Guerra, remain in second position in the West, with 17 points.
For bullfighting cast, defending champion of Panamanian soccer, Omar Valencia discounted and occupy the third place in the East, with 12 integers.
The leader of the East, Alianza FC had no problems beating Club Deportivo Universitario 2-0.
Goals from Johnjairo Alvarado and Fernando Guerrero keep Colombian Jair Palacios’s alliance members at the top of the East division, with 18 points on their books.
The university squad remains in fourth place in the Western classification, with 8 units.
Sporting San Miguelito accounted for San Francisco FC 1-0 The victory of the Brazilian Felipe Borowsky, who are second in the East with 17 points, was thanks to a goal by Alexis Corpas.
The Franciscans of the Colombian Gonzalo Soto are the bottom team of the West, with 5 units.
Plaza Amador and Herrera FC did not go from an entertaining draw to one.
For the Herreranos, prepared by the Venezuelan Julio Infante and third ranked in the West with 12 points, Sergio Cunningham opened the scoring, while the tie for Plaza Amador, who is fourth in the East with 11 points, was scored by Emmanuel Chanis in time replacement.
Colts del Este and Veraguas United also ended their match tied at one point.
For the Veraguenses, Argentine Daniel Lanata and fourth classified in the West with 7 points, scored Juan Vera, the equalizer of the Colts, fifth classified in the East with 9 points, came through Paraguayan Fernando Lesme.
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