02/22/2010 (goal.com) — Draws all around in match day number 5. Surprinsingly, 6 out of the 10 matches played in round 5 were ties: five 1-1 and one 0-0.
Alejandro Cabral (Vélez): One of the main characters in Fortín “B”’s demolition of Independiente. Pass completion, one-touch and quality in the midfield. He definitely demonstrated that he’s at starting line up level and that he’s aiming for that precisely.
Emanuel Pío (Banfield): The Taladro midfielder is possibly the only thing to remember about this match against Central.
Néstor Ortigoza (Argentinos): Friend of this column. Bicho’s midfielder is keeping up the excellent level and is setting as one of this championship’s best midfielders. He’s a key element for Tata Martino’s Paraguayan line up for the upcoming World Cup.
Fabián Rinaudo (Gimnasia): This player also just keeps getting better. After his tremendous game against Racing, Rinaudo again played a great match and keeps confirming his place among today’s best number 5’s.
Cristian González (San Lorenzo): Although his team lost, Kily is the most notable player of the encounter. Precious passes, smooth playing in the midfield. Ciclón’s best asset right now.Complete article on: http://www.goal.com/es-la/news/1546/argentina/2010/02/22/1803042/clausura-argentino-el-once-de-la-5%C2%AA