Argentinos Juniors have scored a second goal on Banfield, and their fans are exiting the stadium. Likely, they're feeling a weird combination of surprise and disappointment. They went into this game as favorites, but they have been outplayed for the majority of the game, save for a couple of short spells. Substitute Mauro Bogado is the man who scored for Argentinos, and his goal came off of a combination of great team play and a comedy of defensive errors.
The real meat of the move started with Nicolas Berardo, who made a run to the byline on the left flank. He barely beat his man to get the ball in, but his cross was solid and it found the head of Santiago Salcedo. Salcedo was not well marked by his man and got to the ball, flicking it behind himself instead of towards the goal. Both the goalkeeper and the rest of Banfield's defense were out to lunch as the ball fell to an unmarked Berardo, who had the entire goal at his mercy. He finished easily, and after 79 minutes, Argentinos have a commanding lead.