Argentine press gushes over blocks made by Dalsasso during Everton win

"Where did this Argentine player capable of blocking anything thrown at him come from to save the Chileans?", asks "Ole".

18 de Marzo de 2009 | 14:38 | El Mercurio Online

SANTIAGO.- "Where did this Argentine player capable of blocking anything thrown at him come from to save the Chileans?". This was the primary question asked by the sports periodical "Ole" in its article covering the match where Everton defeated Lanús by 2-1 in Argentina during the Copa Libertadores tournament.


The Argentines were shocked by the performance of the goalkeeper on the squadron led by Nelson Acosta.


The press also highlighted the effort put forth by José Luis Muñoz and his last-minute score.


"La Nación" also had some words to offer to the Viña del Mar goalkeeper. "Blanco cried and Lanús didn't react. Furthermore, the Chileans just barely took the lead and every advance made by the winning team was thanks to their goalkeeper, Dalsasso".


The same newspaper also mentions Jaime Riveros saying, "the 38 year old Everton player managed, despite his mature age for this type of competition".


Infobae also published comments, emphasizing the impressive second half played by Everton: "Despite pressure from Lanús, the Chilean team, which dominated the second half, wasted two good opportunities with out-of-bound kicks".

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