Francisco Arellano

National Championship

El Cacique defeated Everton at the Monumental stadium and, with that, goes to the National Holidays recess with a five-point advantage over his guards just before facing Universidad de Chile.

Colo Colo

Colo Colo against Everton in their match at the Monumental stadium. (Photo: Guille Salazar)

Colo Colo played a key game against Everton for a new one from National Championship, since Audax Italiano fell again, this time with a Unión La Calera that got in, and Universidad Católica got a new win, which left it with the option of escaping five points at the top if it beat the Oro and Cielo in the Monumental stadium just before the little one for the National Holidays. And that happened in Pedrero: the Cacique won 2-0.

In the first half, Colo Colo he had a bad time with the goals canceled. They scored Pablo Solari and Dilan Zúñiga against after “scorpion” of Emiliano Love, but both plays were vitiated by a previous offside, while the visit only had a start of Cecilio Waterman, who was left long at the last control.

In addition, the story changed in favor of those directed by Gustavo Quinteros placeholder image. Had an auction Juan Cuevas but the goals of Colo Colo, first at 60 ‘with Maximiliano Falcon appearing after a free throw from Leonardo Gil and then Colorado himself nailing a precise left foot to take advantage of the rival goalkeeper, Franco Torgnascioli, was somewhat advanced and thus establish the 2-0.

Positions table

So they remain Colo Colo and Everton on the Positions table of the National Championship after the result of their match played at the Monumental stadium:


Schedule and results

This is how the current date of the National Championship in the absence of a match:


When is the Superclásico between Colo Colo and Universidad de Chile?

The next game of Colo Colo will be before University of Chile in a new Super classic of Chilean football, which will be played after the para for National Holidays. This is how a new date will be disputed:

Time Zone: Chile

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