Católica go seven points clear

Univerisdad Católica again extended its lead at the top of the table as it capitalised on the inability of its nearest rivals to grab the necessary points to close or maintain the existing gap. After seeing the teams around them only being able to pick up draws, los cruzados who played the last game of the round, picked up all three points with a comfortable 2-0 win over Cobreloa with goals from José Luis Villanueva and Francisco Pizarro. A win that saw them go seven points clear at the top of the table.

Of the chasing pack Universidad de Chile would be the most disappointed after dropping a two goal lead against bottom placed Iquique with all the goals coming in the last half hour of proceedings. O’Higgins and Unión La Calera also drew against Unión Española and Palestino respectively to remain a further point behind La “U”.

Primera División Campeonato de Apertura 2011, eleventh round

S. Wanderers 1-2 U. San Felipe (M.Á. Gozález (USF) 20′, C. Muñoz (SW) 65′, M. Urbano (USF) 75′)
Palestino 1-1 U. La Calera (C. Henríquez (PA) 30’, B. Rodríguez (ULC) 93’)
Huachipato 1-1 A. Italiano (M. Campos Toro (AI) 1’, J. Vera (HU) 59’)
Colo Colo 4-1 La Serena (D. Rosende (LS) 23′, D. Rubio (CC) 29′ & 61′, L. Wilchez (CC) 34′, C. Jorquera (CC) 71′)
Iquique 2-2 U. de Chile (G. Vargas (UdC) 60′, E. Vargas (UdC) (72′), Á. Ramos (IQ) 74′, R. Núñez (IQ) 82′)
Ñublense 1-1 S. Morning (R. Navia (NU) 41’, F. Arrué (NU) 47’)
Cobresal 4-3 U. de Concepción ( H. Pericás (CO) 18’ & 25′, S. Díaz (CO) (og) 43’, G. Lorenzetti (UCo) 66’, C. Soza (CO) 82’, S. Díaz (CO) 87’, M. Aceval (UCo) 95’)
O’Higgins 0-0 U. Española
U. Católica 2-0 Cobreloa (J.L. Villanueva (UC) 41′, F. Pizarro (UC) 69′)
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