In the U they do not sleep thinking about stopping the crack Leonardo Gil

There are only five days left for Colo Colo and Universidad de Chile to face each other in a new Superclásico of Chilean football, a match agreed for this Sunday, September 26 at 4:30 p.m. in El Teniente de Rancagua by date 22 of the 2021 National Championship.

The Cacique arrives at this crossroads being the absolute leaders of the tournament with 40 points and with an unbeatable opportunity to take important distances, especially considering that the Catholic University has a free date and that the U seeks to engage in the fight for the title.

One of the players that is expected to break for Colo Colo is Leonardo Gil, who has undoubtedly been the best reinforcement that has arrived for the albos in this 2021 season, being a key weapon in Gustavo Quinteros’ midfield.

In the lay team they know it and this is how they illustrated it through Fernando De Paul, goalkeeper and captain of the U, who in conversation with DirecTV affirmed that “Leonardo Gil is a key piece. He has been able to perform since his debut. We will be attentive and we will try to counteract his qualities, not only from him, but from his entire team ”.




In that sense, the archer referred to the long undefeated that the Cacique drags in this kind of duels, stating that “We have the responsibility to end the bad streak against Colo Colo (…) we are working very well, we hope to achieve a victory against Colo Colo, especially to give joy to the fans, who need it in this type of match.”

Leonardo Gil scored a great goal against U in the last Superclásico. | Photo: UNO Agency.

De Paul already knows what it is to suffer Leonardo Gil facing the Cacique, since in the last Superclassic played at the Monumental the Colo scored a great goal for the Albos 1-0 over the Blues.

Colo Colo and the U will meet this Sunday, September 26 at El Teniente de Rancagua starting at 4:30 p.m. and you can follow it LIVE and MINUTE BY MINUTE by DaleAlbo.

Yes, but there is a lot of tournament left

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