Mouth vs. Tiger faces will be seen this Sunday May 22 for the final of the Argentine League Cup 2022. Both teams reach this last duel of the tournament after beating their rivals with the approach expressed by their strategists.
At the beginning of May, a meeting was held to define the date, times and which TV signals would broadcast the elimination phase between the Argentine teams that had reached the quarterfinals of this edition. For this reason, we show you in this note the schedules and channels to follow the final of the tournament.
The semifinals were played on Saturday and this Sunday, May 15. Boca Juniors beat Racing in a penalty shootout at the Lanús stadium and Tigre did the same against Estudiantes de La Plata, also on penalties. In this way, both finalist teams will face each other and the champion of the Argentine League Cup will be known before the end of May.
WHEN IS THE FINAL OF BOCA VS. TIGRE FOR THE 2022 LEAGUE CUP
The final of the Argentine League Cup is scheduled for this May 22, still without a confirmed time. Boca awaits Tigre after defeating Argentinos.
WHO WILL TRANSMIT THE 2022 LEAGUE CUP FINAL
As is often the case ESPN Y TNT Sports are the signals that transmit the Argentine tournament. However, it is not yet defined who will broadcast the grand final of the national championship.
TIGER VS. ARGENTINE: THE PREVIOUS
The second duel will be animated on Sunday by Tigre and Argentinos, starting at 4:00 p.m. (7:00 p.m. GMT) on the Huracán field, in a match between two of the contest’s surprises. In the quarterfinals, Tigre gave the big blow of the championship by beating the mighty River 2-1 as a visitor at the Monumental.
On their side, Argentinos had to struggle to overcome Estudiantes de La Plata on penalties, after equalizing 1-1 as a visitor, and after playing almost the entire second half with one man less, although they ended the match by putting a rival who has a great campaign in the Copa Libertadores and who was the favorite for the tie.
With Diego Martínez as driver, Tigre has had an excellent campaign in his return to the first division, while Argentinos found in Gabriel Milito a coach with whom they consolidated a consistent game proposal.
Now, with the fight for the title reduced to four teams, both keys appear even and with a difficult forecast, with two places at stake for the final scheduled for Sunday, May 22, at the Mario Kempes stadium in the city of Córdoba (center of Argentina).