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With Cambia's goalkeeper, La Dolfina gave a chair and won Argentina's Open in Palermo – 12/16/2018



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The Argentine Polo Field was dressed to get the last of Argentinian Palermo Open, the classic every year in Argentine sports. And this time they were face to face Dolfina, candidate as always and Las Monjitas, the quartet who came to unseat nothing less than Ellerstina.

In addition to a weak beginning, favorite dolphins were obviously small and small Adolfo Cambiaso He took the baton to order his orchestra with his scoring power.

Then Cañuelas team Las Monjitas dominated the final 17-12 to conquer their 12th title in Palermo, sixth in a row. An overwhelming dominance for a legendary quartet in the history of the global poles

La Dolfina was once again champion of Argentinon Abierto de Palermo.
Photo: Matías Callejo / AAP Press

La Dolfina was once again champion of Argentinon Abierto de Palermo.
Photo: Matías Callejo / AAP Press

Las Monjitas knew he had a difficult task in front of him, but he went to court and took the first chucks with 3 to 2. Guillermo Caset – who suffered from a fall on average – was the author of the three goals – two punishments – from Arrow's team Adolfo Cambiaso and Pablo Mac Donough scored goals for Cañuela's Quartet.

Las Monjita's big start continued in the second chaser, at the end of which he continued with 6-3. The case continued to do its own with three goals, a penalty, while for La Dolfina, Cambiaso made a penalty.

Adolfito, with all his talent he did what he wanted in third chicks and with three goals sentenced the parity bondI was 6-6 under a heat that made it difficult to play in Palermo.

And in the fourth quarter He was once again the master and lord of the Master with another three penalty goals for 9-6. The explosion of the heavenly helmet and white made by his in Palermo, his second house.

The difference between three goals remained after fifth chicks (11-8), for Cambiaso added another 2 penalty and Facundo Sola and Caset was drawn for Las Monjitas.

In sixth chess, the difference was that La Dolfina needed to get air and go to win. With a goal from Pablo Mac Donough, another from Cambiaso (penalty) and another from David Stirling, he took five forward (14-9) after Caset's goal for Las Monjitas.

The second quarter left the win by 15-10 after both so many of the teams in both teams: Cambiaso and Caset. And the last chukture was just the last road to the filing of La Dolfina.

Argentine Polo Field again saw La Dolfina as a champion.
Photo: Matías Callejo / AAP Press

Argentine Polo Field again saw La Dolfina as a champion.
Photo: Matías Callejo / AAP Press

Over the past 13 years, La Aguada (2006) and Alegría (2013) managed to avoid the final between La Dolfina and Ellerstina. And this year, Las Monjitas came into the conversation. But Adolfo Cambiaso and company did their business and are again champions in Palermo.

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