With the slightest difference, AD San ​​Carlos defeated Liberia by 2 to 1

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This Wednesday, San Carlos beat Liberia by the slightest difference on matchday 11 of Costa Rica - Apertura 2023 Tournament. The goals of the match for the local team were scored by Álvaro Saborío (28' 2T) and Marcos Mena (38' 2T). While the away goal was scored by Kevin Cabezas (31' 2T).

A highlight of the match was Álvaro Saborío's goal in the 28th minute of the second half. After receiving an assist from Marcos Mena, the forward placed it to the right post and down. Impossible for the archer!

Daniel Vargas hit the post with a shot 5 minutes into the first half and drowned out the shout for a goal from all his fans.

The figure of the meeting was Marcos Mena. The AD San ​​Carlos forward scored 1 goal.

Another of the key footballers at the Carlos Ugalde Álvarez stadium was Álvaro Saborío. The AD San ​​Carlos forward scored 1 goal.

At 21 minutes into the first half, AD San ​​Carlos forward Jonathan McDonald made a fool of Álvaro Aguilar, Liberia's defender, with a wonderful shot.

It was a game with many fouls and numerous interruptions. There were several reprimands: Álvaro Aguilar, Daniel Vargas, Erick Cabalceta, Erick Sánchez and Jonathan McDonald.

San Carlos coach Luis Marín had a 4-5-1 formation on the field with Jason Vega in goal; Reggy Rivera, Erick Cabalceta, Yosel Piedra and Yurguin Román on the defensive line; César Yanis, Roberto Córdoba, Sebastián Acuña, Andrey Soto and Gabriel Leiva in the middle; and Jonathan McDonald in attack.

For their part, those led by Mínor Díaz stood with a 4-4-2 strategy with Erick Sánchez between the three sticks; Daniel Vargas, Álvaro Aguilar, Jaime Rosales and Ignacio Gómez in defense; Kevin Cabezas, Malcom Pilone, Johan Calderón and David Hernández in midfield; and Lorenzo Orellano and Daniel Colindres up front.

The referee designated for the match was Juan Calderón Pérez.

San Carlos will visit Municipal Grecia on the next matchday, while Liberia will visit Herediano at the Eladio Rosabal Cordero stadium.

The local team is in tenth place with 10 points, while the visitor reached 12 points and is in eighth place in the tournament.

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