Huila defeats Chicó and wins his first match in the League

Atlético Huila won a very important game in the fight for relegation. Those led by Néstor Craviotto beat Boyacá Chicó 3-2 at the close of the seventh date of the BetPlay League at the Guillermo Plazas Alcid stadium in Neiva. The locals won their first game of the season.

A very intense first half, with many scoring options and with both teams looking for the rival goal. The visitors quickly went on top of the scoreboard taking advantage of the still ball. At minute 3, Sebastián Támara took a free kick from almost midfield, which with the complicity of the defense and goalkeeper José Huber Escobar entered the goal after chipping inside the area.

Atlético Huila woke up and quickly got the tie. At minute 11 and after a great play of association by the right side, Faber Gil sent a precise cross to the edge of the small area, where the striker appeared Gustavo Britos, who won the position for his brand and hit a powerful header that beat the rival goalkeeper.

Two minutes later came the second for the locals who got on top of the scoreboard with a great goal! Andrés Felipe Rivera attended Marcus Vinicius, who hooked avoiding a defender and from the left side sent a cross that took the direction of the goal and left goalkeeper Rogerio Caicedo static.

At minute 25 came the third for those led by Néstor Craviotto. After the central judge charged a free kick in three quarters of the field, Leonardo Escorcia asked for the ball and charged with a lot of power breaking the barrier and leaving the Boyacá Chicó goalkeeper without the possibility of a reaction.

With 20 minutes to go until the end of the commitment, the people of Boyacá discounted. Agustín Ignacio Aleo sent a cross down the left side that was connected by Frank Sebastián Lozano who, with a first-class shot, achieved the second for his team. The annotation was reviewed by the VAR for a possible misplacement, however, after the review, the annotation was validated.

With this result, Atlético Huila reached 4 points, but remains in the last box of the standings, while Boyacá Chico is fourth with 10 points. On the next date they will face Jaguares de Córdoba and Independiente Medellín, respectively.


Kevin Londono (45′, Jacobo Pimentel), Eduard Banguero (64′, Delvin Alphonzo), Aldair Cantillo (66′, Blas Diaz), Ronaldo Tavera (66′, Marcus Vinicius), Jairo Molina (75′, Faber Gil), Yeiner Vargas (84′, Gustavo Britos), Dylan Lozano (85′, Sebastian Hernandez)


0-1, 2′: Sebastian Tamara1-1, 10′: Gustavo Britos2-1, 12′: marcus vinicius3-1, 24′: Leonardo Escorcia3-2, 71′: Frank Lozano


Referee: Diego Alejandro Ruiz Casas
VAR referee: Nicolás Gallo Barragán, Lisandro Enrique Castillo Forero
Delvin Alphonzo (15′,Yellow) John Lerma (37′,Yellow) Craviotto (62′,Yellow)

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