The Jauregui side won against San Telmo in a 3-1 victory in Defensa y Justicia’s stadium.
Club Social and Deportivo Flandria has won its return to the Primera B Metropolitana after winning tonight to San Telmo, 3-1, with goals scored by Rubén Molina, icon Andrés Montenegro and Franco Costa, whereas Diego Galeano scored for San Telmo.
It was an ample victory for Flandria, with the canario keeping most of the possession of the ball and scoring with no real threat from the candombero side. The score for this was actually set with Andrés Montenegro’s bicycle kick (or chilena if you will), to set the tone for Flandria’s promotion. Montenegro was Flandria’s lead goalscorer for Flandria this season, with 10 goals on his tally.
The manager for Flandria’s return was Pedro Damián Monzon, former National team player, that witnessed the Jauregui team go down to the Primera C and then return back to the Metropolitana category in a year, joined by players known in the category such as Andrés “el lobo” Montenegro (a player that has played three spells at the club, has become an idol and has won two promotions in two years- Nueva Chicago last year, and now with Flandria as well), but also players’ such as Chacarita’s former goalie Leo Griffo, amongst others.
Irony is, that due to the recent events between San Telmo and Dock Sud the games was played with either no home or away public, away from the stadiums of both clubs, in Primera Division’s Defensa y Justicia ground, Norberto Tito Tomaghello. In an act of -what we can bluntly assume is pure bollocks coming from AFA and Aprevide- the bid for the other promotion to Primera B will now be directly disputed between Dock Sud and San Telmo, after a fight between their barra bravas that ended up with one fan deceased.
Featured photo courtesy of @AFA – Rubén Molina celebrating his first goal.