Gallardo confirmed the delegation that will fly to Peru to confront Binacional.
It is again. He prepared for it. Lucas Pratto is on the list of those summoned by Marcelo Gallardo to travel to Lima: a presence that the forward earned with effort. Because he worked a double shift (in the morning at the Camp; in the afternoon, at home) to leave behind a strained right hamstring in just 12 days. And then, he will get on the charter flight that will take the River campus to the capital of Peru, where this Tuesday he will face Binational.
The presence of Pratto among those summoned meant the loss of one of the center-forward who had been part of the trip to Brazil: Lucas Beltran. Although Gallardo thinks about repeating the line-up, a product of the good performance shown by those chosen to play at Morumbí (2-2 against Saint Paul), he Bear play your own tournament.
Pratto wants to earn a place, knowing that the new tactical scenario – one that includes three forwards – could make it easier for him to be an option as a variant. To do this, he must demonstrate his own in the minutes that they play on the field. Beyond that its presence in Lima is a step forward.
Gallardo, at the same time, confirmed that Fabrizio Angileri He’s OK after his coup: he included him on the payroll despite the discomfort in his shoulder that he imported from Brazil. Yes it was out Milton Helmet, who is still isolated – and without symptoms – after being infected with Covid-19.
Archers: Franco Armani, Enrique Bologna and Germán Lux.
Defenders: Lucas Martínez Quarta, Gonzalo Montiel, Jorge Moreira, Fabrizio Angileri, Paulo Díaz, Robert Rojas and Javier Pinola.
Flyers: Enzo Pérez, Leonardo Ponzio, Bruno Zuculini, Santiago Sosa, Ignacio Fernández, Nicolás De La Cruz, Cristian Ferreira and Jorge Carrascal.
Forwards: Rafael Borré, Matías Suárez, Julián Álvarez, Federico Girotti and Lucas Pratto.