Diego Jeria
Argentine SoccerComments

Facundo Colidio scored the 1-2 for Tigre after the error of the Chilean defender, Paulo Díaz. The result leaves River Plate eliminated en route to the First Division title in Argentina.

Paulo Díaz's Condoro costs River Plate dearly against Tigre.
© ESPN CapturePaulo Díaz’s Condoro costs River Plate dearly against Tigre.

Good players also make mistakes and tonight it was his turn for Paul Diazthe Chilean defender, a pillar in the defense of River Plate by Marcelo Gallardo. The national team was the protagonist of the duel between Millo and Tigre with condor flower.

River hosts Tigre for the quarterfinals of the Professional League Cup at the Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires, and Paulo Díaz’s mistake could cost Banda Sangre elimination.

The unfortunate action occurred in the 66th minute: Díaz received the pass from the side towards the center and the Chilean looked for the pass forward, but the ball reached the feet of Facundo Colidio.

The player from Tigre eluded the Chilean defender and as if the embarrassment were not enough, Díaz lost his balance and slipped before the rival’s hitch.

With the Chilean on the floor, Facundo Colidio left alone in search of the goal and scored ahead of goalkeeper Franco Armani’s bilge.

Tigre’s goal with the unfortunate error of Paulo Díaz came when the score was tied 1-1, meaning a 1-2 for Tigre that eliminates River Plate on the way to the First Division title on the other side of the mountain range, in the previous duel against Colo Colo for Copa Libertadores.

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