Pablo Solari did mischief on the left and right and ended up as River’s savior in the great game against Central

Robert Collins
Robert Collins

Global Courant

The striker assisted Rondón in the first goal and then scored the other two goals. The one from 3-3 came in the seventh minute of discount.

Pablo Solari rescued River from defeat. With two goals and one assist, the 22-year-old striker was the star of Gigante de Arroyito and made it clear that he is ready to start for Martín Demichelis’ team. “The tie is good for us and it’s positive because beyond the fact that we came out champions a week ago, the defeat against Talleres for Copa Argentina made us angry since we wanted to win and go through the phase and we couldn’t,” said the young man born in Arizona.

Solari started the game on the left, as a winger. And although River’s risky plays in the first half were originated by him, the best of the San Luis was seen in the second period when Demichelis changed sides and made him play more forward to accompany Rondón.

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“I feel more comfortable playing on the right, I feel that way, but I’m still here to contribute from where I have to and where Martín (Demichelis) asks me to.” Precisely, River’s clearest play in the first half was at a time when Solari turned to the right circumstantially and from that sector he located Rondón, who defined with his left foot and Broun took the shot.

Already in the complement, River’s first transitory equality was through another cross that Solari sent to the Venezuelan, who pushed the ball with his right boot into the net. And the other two goals were from Solari. The first of them (for 2-2) was with a strong shot from outside the area to break Broun’s arc and leave him without a chance.

And lastly, agonizingly, in the last minute of added time, Solari appeared behind the entire Rosario Central defense and pushed the ball almost under the goal after Enzo Díaz’s cross to leave Gigante de Arroyito on fire.

After his great performance, Solari thinks about what’s to come. “It will be nice to receive the cup and medals in the last game and then there will be a final against Inter for the Copa Libertadores,” he said.

Solari is the man who combines goals and assists. Since he arrived at River, he has scored 14 goals and given 8 assists. Last night, with that formula, he shone in Rosario and saved his team from defeat.

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