Táchira needs to win to advance to the quarterfinals

Deportivo Tachira
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Deportivo Táchira has an uphill mission as a visitor and has to seek a victory against Rosario Central (Argentina), when they meet tonight in the second leg of the round of XNUMX of the South American Cup.

The aurinegros arrive at the Gigante de Arroyito stadium focused on achieving the positive result, which in addition to advancing them to the round, allows them to maintain the good time they live in the Futve League, where they are positioned as líderit is from the western group with 26 points.

For this reason, the newly incorporated forward Anthony Uribe highlighted the mentality with which they will face the match, after the two-goal tie obtained in the first leg, played last week at the Pueblo Nuevo Sports Center in San Cristóbal.

"We are convinced that we can achieve something important in Argentina, we are all going to row in the same direction to achieve the goal," Uribe said in statements made to the club's press department.

"We have to play face to face with the team that we have in front, if we do it at home, we can also do it outside," he elaborated on the key to succeed.

However, those led by coach Juan Domingo Tolisano will not be able to count on one of their most outstanding players of the season, such as midfielder Maurice Cova, who will be out for three weeks due to a rupture of myofibrils at the muscle level. semimembranous of his right leg, suffered in the first leg collision.

For its part, Rosario Central will face the commitment with casualties after the positives for coronavirus of the goalkeeper Jorge Broun and the experienced forward Marco Ruben, as well as that of the attacker Lucas Gamba who suffered a fibrillar rupture of the soleus.

Despite this, Argentine technical director Cristian “El Kily” González will have Emiliano Vecchio return after recovering from injury.

The winner of this key will face Independiente del Valle (Ecuador) or Red Bull Bragantino (Brazil) of Venezuelan Jan Hurtado in the quarterfinals.

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