Braian Romero cut two streaks: his and River's, after 293 minutes without goals

Braian Romero’s goal 15 minutes into the first half ended River’s goalless drought of 293 minutes overall and 318 minutes for local tournaments. In addition, the forward also put an end to an adverse streak personally, since he had not scored a goal since March 13 when he scored Gimnasia in the Monumental. “I am happy. Everyone was waiting for my goal. They are the streaks of the forwards. Sometimes you push it under the arch and it doesn’t go in and other times, it hits you anywhere and it goes in. I needed to break the streak. Gallardo congratulated me”, said Romero after the match. And he added: “With Julián (Álvarez) we play together a lot, we understand each other and we know each other’s movements.”

The striker elaborated: “Everyone was happy about the goal, the other day we had a nice chat. My teammates like to share my happiness, and I give everything in training like them”. Later, on the analysis of the game, he added: “That’s why at the beginning it was difficult for us, and at times we were not fine, but today they all entered. Hopefully this will be a kick to show what we intend.”

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