Colo Colo’s striker, Juan Martín Lucero, acknowledged that the Cacique fell asleep in the complement against Alianza Lima after a first half in which the albos were able to leave with a wide advantage.
colo colo tied 1-1 against Alianza Lima as a visit for the fourth date of Group F of the Copa Libertadores at the National Stadium of Peru. The Cacique started with an advantage, but the Intimates tied just after the start of the second half.
John Martin Lucero He was hero and villain of the Cacique when he opened the account in the 21′ minute. Earlier he saw a goal annulled for offside and after the 0-1 he wasted a penalty that could mean the 0-2 in the 26 ‘, one of the many dawn farras this Thursday night.
“Unfortunately we couldn’t take advantage of the situations in the first half. We did well, we were bad in the definition, I missed a penalty, but these are things that happen. We have been playing well, the team is fine and we have to continue,” Lucero told the Fox Sports broadcast after the duel.
Regarding the Peruvian tie, he ruled that “it was a move that they took advantage of, we went out asleep in the second half and we have to correct those mistakes so that it doesn’t happen again.”
With the draw, Colo Colo remains second in the table with 7 points, three points behind River Plate (10) and with three points ahead of Fotaleza (4). Alianza Lima is bottom (1).
However, beyond the second place in the table, the analysis is that Colo Colo mortgages the classification considering that the albos must visit River Plate on the fifth date and close in a probable “final” against Fortaleza in the Monumental.