Octoprinos won 2-0, but the Blues, at the time of dispatch, equalized in extra time.
Emeleg was on the verge of losing his unbeaten game outside George Capell Stadium this Saturday night. Joaquin Rojas was his savior against the Nouveau de Octobre in the Alberto Spencer Herrera model.
The Blues came back from a 2-0 deficit and one element less thanks to Rojas who entered the change in the 71st minute.
Sometimes the electricians had a fight even though they had slight control over their competitor who excelled in his performance.
Just 6 minutes later, from the left, with a free kick, goalkeeper Pedro Artis deflected the ball to Danny Luna.
Led by Ismail Rescalvo, Fakundo reached the opposite area via Barcelona and Alejandro Cabosa, who had some chances.
During the 31st minute of play, Joan Cortes took a shot that hit Luca Sosa’s hand (near the chest), and Judge Rene Maran ruled it was an offense and allowed it. The charge was demanded from Luna and was 1-0 for homeowners (33 minutes).
At the end of the first phase, Argentina defender Annabel Leguizaman was sent off for a double yellow card (44 minutes), which left the millionaires with one less element on the court.
In the second half, in the 72nd minute, the Panamanian Jose Fazardo, who entered the transition, intercepted with his left foot in the middle of the place of Marlon Mejia and Dixon Arroyo and it looked like a Spanish sentence 2-0 Rescalvo.
However, in the 80th minute, after a pass from Jose Sevalos, the multifunctional Roses put up a discount (1-2).
When it appeared that Nouveau de Octobre would win, Rojas appeared again, this time after Fazundo Barcelona’s pass. The footballer who entered the variant reached the final 2-2 (90 + 4 min) thus saving his team’s undefeated players playing outside Capewell.
Emelec is second in the table with 11 units, followed by the Independent del Valle, which moved up to third place with 12 points. (D)