Tuesday August 18, 2020
Sporting Cristal’s 4 to 1 victory over Sport Boys, allows the Peruvian-Colombian coach, Roberto Mosquera, to breathe easier after achieving his first win in three games under the leadership of the ‘Cervecero’ team, which reached the tenth position.
A great return to competition had the former team of Mario Salas, Sporting Cristal, after beating Sport Boys 4-1, on date 7 of the Apertura Tournament in Peru. The ‘Cervecero’ team achieved their second win in the championship and are excited about taking off in the league.
With a share of fortune, the visit opened the scoring, Sporting Cristal, after Adrian Zela’s own goal (16 ‘). The joy for the sky blue did not last long, since Claudio Villagra (24 ‘) put the parity minutes later. Despite the tie on the scoreboard, it was the outsider who dominated the game.
In the complement the win was made. The ‘Brewer’ started the second half in a great way thanks to the goals of Washington Corozo (49 ‘) and Gerald Tavara (53’). Sport Boys went out to find the tie and made dangerous plays that finally could not be specified.
Kevin Sandoval (88 ‘) sealed the win for Sporting Cristal, when the second goal from the hosts was closer. When the game ended and under the rage of defeat, Claudio Villagra (90 + 2 ‘) was sent off.
This victory allows Roberto Mosquera’s Sporting Cristal to gain confidence by achieving its second victory in the championship and the first under the command of the historic former soccer player of the celestial team. For now, the former team of Mario Salas is in the tenth position of the table.
For its part, Sport Boys, added its third game without knowing of victories and is in position 14 of the Peruvian Apertura.