Vélez and Racing tie, while Lanús scores

Velez Sarsfield Y Racing Club matched this Saturday without goals in one of the five games that marked the continuity of the first day Professional League Tournament of Argentine Soccer.

Both teams, with international commitments for the round of 16 of the Copa Libertadores de América, played an intense duel where they failed to open the scoring. After this presentation, Vélez will visit Barcelona in Guayaquil after 1-0 achieved this week at home, while Racing Club will host San Pablo after the 1-1 draw registered in Brazil.

In another of the matches played this Saturday for the opening day of the tournament, Lanús won 4-2 against Atlético Tucumán with two goals from the experienced José Sand, who confirmed his status as the oldest player to become the history of the Argentine championship. .

Patronato de Paraná, meanwhile, won 0-2 against Fernando Gago’s Aldosivi, in Mar del Plata, while Newell’s Old Boys rallied two goals behind to beat Talleres de Córdoba 3-2. Finally, Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata achieved a 2-2 draw against Platense with a goal from Guillermo Fratta two minutes from the end of the match.

On Friday, on the opening day of the championship, Boca Juniors drew 1-1 as a visitor with Unión in Santa Fe, while Estudiantes de La Plata beat Sarmiento 0-3 away from home in Junín.

This Sunday, in the continuity of this first day, San Lorenzo will visit Arsenal de Sarandí, River Plate will face the current champion: Colón de Santa Fe, and Independiente will receive Argentinos Juniors.