The people of Holguin have returned to marvel at the latest date. Author: Roberto Morejon Rodriguez/JIT
After completing his sixth day, right now is the final tournament of the 107th. The Cuban National Football League couldn’t be better because with three rounds left in the league, three teams are top of the table and the remaining three still have a chance to make it to the grand final.
The classification got even hotter after Holguin scored three very valuable points last Wednesday during his visit to the La Polar stadium in the capital. Against the Lions, the eastern team relied on a penalty goal by Christian Valiente (41), the national team’s top scorer, and second after the “signing” of Artemisa, Allan Perez, who estimated the final numbers at 65.
With this result, the inhabitants of the city of parks scored ten points and equalized the lead in the championship with the Havanese and the Guantanamo team, who lost to the recovered Santiago de Cuba.
At Antonio Maceo in Tierra Caliente, Diablos Rojos did their best to bounce back from an initial goal from Samuevis López (8), as well as a reinforcement goal from Asmel Nunez (15) and another stoppage time goal from Karel Pérez (90). +1) They shattered the illusion of some Titans who thought they would get out of there with guaranteed leadership by the next date.
The indomitable triumph allowed them to reach six places and get four from the leaders at once and one from the third, Cienfuegos, who also missed the opportunity to remain alone at the top, losing at the minimum to the lowest Matanzas, who came down to five units.
The Mariners were “punished” by another reinforcement player, also from Artemis: Carlos Rafael Amores, who was present in the 18th minute and scored the only goal of the afternoon against Pepe Suarez in Atenas de Cuba.
On the seventh day of clashes will be Guantanamo-Matanzas, Holguin-Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos-Havana, always in the home of the first.
From now until the end, with a dozen points still on the line and the unpredictable outcomes that come with this level-headed tournament, no one knows what might happen.
Source: Juventud Rebelde