Herrera FC, owned by Venezuelan Julio Infante, remains undefeated in soccer in Panama

Panama City, Feb 13 (EFE) .- Herrera FC, coached by Venezuelan Julio Infante, defeated Veraguas United 2-0 this Sunday at the closing of the second date of the Apertura 2022 tournament of the Panamanian Soccer League ( LPF).

The goals of the Herrera team, which remains undefeated and at the top of the Western Conference with 4 points, were from Sergio Cunningham and the youthful Kevin Garrido.

The team from Veragüense with the fall is left with three points and is located in fourth position .

Atlético Chiriquí defeated Club Deportivo Universitario 0-1 this Sunday.

The goal for the Chirican team, which adds its first three points and occupies sixth place, was by Chamell Asprilla. The university team is last and adds a point.

The cast of Alianza FC continues to show that they come to compete in the first division tournament. On this occasion, the team led by Colombian coach Jair Palacios accounted for Tauro FC 1-0

The goal of the purslane team, which remains undefeated and is the leader of the East with 6 points, came from the boots of John Jairo Alvarado.

With the defeat, the bullfighters, the defending champion of Panamanian soccer, are in fourth place with one point as a result of a draw on the first day.

Plaza Amador, second place in the East with 4 integers, tied at one against Sporting San Miguelito.

The Placino team, trained by Jorge Luis Dely Valdés, rescued the tie with a free kick goal by Ricardo Buitrago.

The goal of the cast of San Miguelito, third classified with two points, was the product of Alexis Corpas.

The duel between the Colts del Este and the Árabe Unido de Colón ended with a lackluster zero-for-zero.

With this tie, the Colts reach two points and occupy the fifth place, while the colonenses, trained by Julio César Dely Valdés, add their first point of the tournament and are the last classified in the East.

At the start of the date, San Francisco de La Chorrera defeated Club Atlético Independiente de La Chorrera 2-0.

The goals of the monk box, trained by the Colombian Gonzalo Soto, came in the boots of Keny Bonilla and Carlos Navas.

San Francisco is third in the west with three points, while CAI, owned by Venezuelan Iván Guerra, is in second place.

(c) EFE Agency

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