Independiente Petrolero surprises The Strongest and Always and wins the Bolivian league – CVBJ
12/13/2021 at 05:44 CET
. / La Paz
Independent oil de Sucre was consecrated this Sunday champion of the Bolivian Football League on a final day to which The Strongest and Always Ready arrived with better options to win the title. The Sucre team under the command of the Argentinian Marcelo Robledo beat GuabirÃ¡ 2-3 during his visit to the Gilberto Parada de Montero stadium. The visitors went ahead with a goal against his own goal by the Paraguayan Nelson Yellow. The victory was rounded off with his goals by the Argentina striker Martin Prost and Paraguayan Juan godoy. Montero’s city team cut the differences with the Colombian Jhon Jairo Mosquera and the Ecuadorian Kevin Mina. Godoy’s goal, which broke the tie and gave Independiente the title, had to wait until the 95th minute, in the last breath of the match.
Independiente Petrolero finished the campaign with 65 points. It depended on the luck of The Strongest, who was leading the tournament, and Always Ready. The Strongest collapsed in third place and was parked with 63 points to fall 1-0 during their visit to Real Santa Cruz. El Tigre found themselves with nine players on the pitch due to the expulsions of JesÃºs Sagredo and Gabriel Castillo. The people of Santa Cruz lost the author of the only goal of the match, CÃ©sar GarcÃa, also because of a red card.
Always Ready visited Aurora in Cochabamba, won 3-4 and with 64 points finished in second place. Bolivian nationalized Paraguayan defender Nelson Cabrera scored a brace, while Bolivians Juan Carlos Arce and Carmelo AlgaraÃ±az rounded off the millionaire’s victory from El Alto. Cochabamba’s were reduced with goals from IvÃ¡n Huayhuata, Gabriel MontaÃ±o and JesÃºs Morales.
Martin Prost, of Petrolero, was established as the tournament’s top scorer with 19 goals. With the title set and the game over, Independiente fans moved to Plaza 25 de Mayo, the central Sucre, to celebrate the title.
The decisive matches of this last date to face the new Bolivian champion were played simultaneously. Nacional PotosÃ beat Oriente Petrolero 1-0, BolÃvar de La Paz beat Royal Pari 2-0, Real Tomayapo drew 3-3 with Palmaflor and Blooming de Santa Cruz was saved from relegation by beating 1 -0 at Real PotosÃ. the San JosÃ© de Oruro was sanctioned with an administrative demotion for non-payment of the debts of a former coach and a former player who sued the institution, for which the match against Wilstermann of Cochabamba was suspended, which directly obtained the points of the dispute. Bolivia’s representatives in the Copa Libertadores are Independiente Petrolero, Always Ready, The Strongest and BolÃvar de La Paz, while Royal Pari de Santa Cruz, Oriente Petrolero, Wilstermann and GuabirÃ¡ will play in the Copa Sudamericana next year.