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River vs.  Rosario Central live: schedules and where to see it in the Argentine Professional League Cup semifinal

River vs. Rosario Central live: schedules and where to see it in the Argentine Professional League Cup semifinal

River vs.  Rosario Central live: schedules and where to see it in the Argentine Professional League Cup semifinal

River Plate and Rosario Central will meet this Saturday, December 9, for the semifinal of the 2023 Argentine Professional League Cup at the Mario Kempes Stadium, Córdoba. The match will be broadcast on TNT Sports, ESPN, Flow, Telecentro, DirecTV and Star Plus signals. Find out what time they play, possible formations and more about this important commitment. Likewise, in El Comercio you will find the minute by minute with all the incidents in real time.

WHEN DOES RIVER PLAY VS. CENTRAL ROSARY

The duel for the semifinal of the Argentine Professional League Cup between River Plate and Rosario Central will be played this Saturday, December 9, 2023 at the Mario Kempes stadium, Córdoba.

WHAT TIME DOES RIVER VS. CENTRAL ROSARY

The match between River Plate and Rosario Central is scheduled to be played starting at 8:00 p.m. (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you don’t miss this important match.

  • Mexico: 7:00 p.m.
  • Ecuador: 8:00 p.m.
  • Colombia: 8:00 p.m.
  • Bolivia: 9:00 p.m.
  • Venezuela: 9:00 p.m.
  • United States: 9:00 p.m.
  • Chile: 10:00 p.m.
  • Argentina: 10:00 p.m.
  • Paraguay: 10:00 p.m.
  • Uruguay: 10:00 p.m.
  • Brazil: 10:00 p.m.

ON WHICH CHANNELS TO WATCH RIVER VS. CENTRAL ROSARY

The match between River Plate and Rosario Central for the semifinal of the 2023 Argentine Professional League Cup will be broadcast by the Flow, Telecentro, TNT Sports and ESPN Premium signals for all of Argentina, while for the rest of South America, the signal enabled to broadcast the match is ESPN and Star Plus. Also, you can follow the minute by minute on the DT El Comercio website.

WHERE TO WATCH RIVER VS. CENTRAL ROSARY ONLINE

So that you can watch the online broadcast of the semifinal between River Plate and Rosario Central, you must create an account on Flow, Telecentro, DGO and Star Plus.

TRAINING, RIVER VS. CENTRAL ROSARY

  • River: Franco Armani Santiago Simón, Leandro González Pirez, Paulo Díaz, Enzo Díaz; Rodrigo Aliendro, Enzo Pérez; Nacho Fernández, Nicolás De la Cruz, Esequiel Barco; Salomón Rondón.
  • Central Rosary: Jorge Broun, Damián Martínez, Facundo Mallo, Carlos Quintana, Agustín Sández, Kevin Ortiz, Agustín Toledo, Tomás O’Connor, Ignacio Malcorra, Jaminton Campaz and Luca Martínez Dupuy.

River vs. Rosario Central: preview of the semifinal

River Plate achieved an agonizing qualification to the semifinals of the Argentine soccer League Cup by defeating Belgrano de Córdoba 2-1, with a goal from Venezuelan striker Salomón Rondón, in one of the quarterfinal matches that were played on Sunday.

Already installed among the four best in the tournament, Millonario will face, for a place in the final, against Rosario Central, which beat Racing in an agonizing penalty shoot-out (7-6), after equaling 2-2 at the time. regulatory.

River had to make a lot of effort to overcome a brave Belgrano, who offered tenacious resistance and even complicated it in some passages of a vibrant match, very well played, in which the red band team managed to impose its hierarchy when nothing was missing. to reach the penalty shootout.

Venezuelan Salomón Rondón (61) put Millonario ahead with a header after a cross from Enzo Díaz, but ten minutes from the end Lucas Passerini (80) achieved a temporary tie for Celeste with an impeccable header into the corner, in the match played at the Mario Kempes stadium, in Córdoba (neutral), before about 55,000 spectators.

The match seemed to end in a tie, but in additional time Enzo Díaz sent another cross back, and Facundo Colidio (90+3) connected with a corner touch to the near post to give River the ticket to the semifinals and leave empty-handed Belgrano, who anyway closed a great season on his return to the first division.

“We did pretty well. It was a pretty tight match. They were retreating back. We knew what their strong point was, so we did not despair, we looked for our options and in the end the goals came,” Rondón highlighted.

“I hit him with my head and shoulder, and unfortunately for him (a defender) he deviated a little. The most important thing is that it was a goal,” added the Venezuelan attacker, who has scored six goals so far in the League Cup and is Millonario’s top scorer along with Colombian Miguel Borja, who suffered a muscle injury.

– The Scoundrel is still alive –

At night, Rosario Central had to wait to decide on penalties a match played in Salta (north) that could have been resolved much earlier against Racing, but the Academy showed temperance after being two goals down and saving themselves several times in the last minutes. when the Rosario team squandered several chances to settle the duel.

The Colombian Jaminton Campaz (45+7, penalty) opened the account with a cornered left foot, and Agustín Sandez (61) increased for a Central that was gaining good distance, but Racing tied it with goals from the Colombians Roger Martínez (81) and Juan Fernando Quintero (90+7, penalty), the latter with a foul sanctioned by the VAR in stoppage time.

In the penalties, Maximiliano Lovera, Jaminton Campaz, Agustín Sandez, Carlos Quintana, Kevin Ortiz, Octavio Bianchi and Juan Cruz Komar scored for Central, while Facundo Mallo sent his shot to the crossbar.

For Racing, Quintero, Roger Martínez, Gabriel Hauche, Emiliano Vecchio, Agustín Almendra and Facundo Mura pointed out, and goalkeeper Jorge Broun excelled by containing the shots of Aníbal Moreno and Leonardo Sigali.

Source: Elcomercio

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