Bogotá, March 6 (EFE) .- Millonarios thrashed Independiente Santa Fe this Sunday 0-3 in the tenth day of the Colombian league, with which it remains in the lead with 23 points after the date on which the classics were played regional.
Larry Vásquez, Diego Herazo and Edgar Guerra scored the goals of the triumph of those led by Alberto Gamero, while the helmsman of the Expreso Rojo, the Argentine Martín Cardetti, not only bore the defeat but also lost Yulián Anchico, who was expelled for double yellow.
Now the Santafereños are in the middle of the table with 13 points and with the need to push hard in the second part of the tournament that will have a break due to the legislative elections on March 13.
Meanwhile, Atlético Nacional beat Independiente Medellín 2-0 with goals from Juan Cabal and Daniel Mantilla, bringing the total to 20 integers and, at least for now, moving up to second place in the standings.
On the other hand, Deportivo Cali fell 0-1 to América de Cali, a result that deepens the crisis for the Sugar Producers because with just 7 points, out of a possible 30, they rank 17th among the 20 teams in the tournament.
Those led by the Venezuelan Rafael Dudamel, current champions, only surpass Patriotas Boyacá (6 points) and the recently promoted Unión Magdalena (6 points).
The victory came well to the Red Devils who, with nine players – Yaliston Martínez and Larry Angulo were expelled – maintained the advantage achieved by Adrián Ramos and reached seventh place with 15 points.
Junior, under the command of the Argentine coach Juan Cruz Real, dispatched 3-0 to Unión Magdalena, with which he adds 18 integers and is third in the classification table; while La Equidad tied 1-1 with Patriotas and Once Caldas tied 0-0 against Deportivo Pereira.
The day continues this Monday with the game between Cortuluá against Deportes Tolima, on Tuesday Águilas Doradas and Envigado will face each other and on Wednesday Jaguares will face Deportivo Pasto.
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