High fives all round in Round Six

Round Six of the 2011 Clausura season was all about the number five as Universidad de Chile made it five wins out of five with win over Universidad de Concepción whilst Audax Italiano recorded their second win for the season with a 5-0 thrashing of Santiago Morning.

La “U” maintained their perfect start to the season with a 2-0 victory over Universidad de Concepción with goals from Felipe Gallegos and Diego Rivarola, with the Argentinean scoring his 100th goal for the club in the process. The win leaves Universidad de Chile four points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand as their nearest rivals, Universidad Católica suffered a shock 2-0 loss to Santiago Wanderers.

Meanwhile Audax Italiano handed out a 5-0 thrashing to Santiago Morning in front of their home fans with Matías Campos Toro notching up a hat-trick. The win gives los italianos nine points and leaves them in fifth place one point behind Colo Colo who defeated Huachipato 2-1 with Luis Pérez in charge. Ahead of los albos also by a point are Cobreloa who jumped into third place on the table with a 1-0 win over Unión La Calera with Hugo Lusardi getting the only goal of the game.

Primera Division Campeonato de Clausura 2011, sixth round

O’Higgins 1-1 La Serena (L. Casanova (OH) 60′, G. García (LS) 68′)
Palestino 2-1 Cobresal (J. Henríquez (CO) 39’, C. Henríquez (PA) 50′ & 91′)
Huachipato 1-2 Colo Colo (C. Muñoz (CC) 23’, E. Paredes (CC) 63′, G. Sandoval (HU) 86′)
U. Española 3-0 U. San Felipe (S. Jaime (UE) 17′, M. Ligüera (UE) 24′, L. Monje (UE) 88′)
Ñublense 1-2 Iquique (J. Grondona (NU) 45´, C. Bogado (IQ) 54´, Á. Ramos (IQ) 78´)
A. Italiano 5-0 S. Morning (F. Pereyra (AI) 4´, M. Campos Toro (AI) 23′, 52´& 56′, M. Riffo (SM) (og) 32´)
U. La Calera 0-1 Cobreloa (H. Lusardi (CA) 58’)
S. Wanderers 2-0 U. Católica (S. Ubilla (SW) 21′, M. Pérez (SW) 77′)
U. de Chile 2-0 U. Concepción (F. Gallegos (UdC) 14′, D. Rivarola (UdC) 74′)
Photo taken from anfp.cl
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