The Panamanian forward Ronaldo Dinolis returned the joy to the Club Deportivo Universitario of Panama, of the Argentine Gustavo Onaindia, who defeated Santa Gema 2-4 on Sunday, at the close of the fifth date of the Closing Tournament 2019 of the Panamanian Soccer League (LPF).
Dinolis, former Santos Guápiles of Costa Rican soccer, was the figure of the match by scoring two goals of good feature, so that the University team returned to the path of triumph, after two falls in a row, in days three and four, respectively.
Dinolis goals came at minute 30 of the first half and 49 minutes in the second half.
The other goals were work of Sergio Moreno (19 ') by penalty and Omar Hinestroza (91').
The Santa Gema discount came through Abdul Louis and Kennetg Chase, both from the penalty point.
With the victory, the Onaindia reach nine points and are sixth, while Santa Gema, led by the former soccer team of Panama Mario Anthony "Chalate" Torres, are last without scoring points.
After five dates completed, Sporting San Miguelito of Colombian coach Jair Palacios remains at the top, undefeated with 13 points, and last Saturday gave a 0-1 on the Alliance.
The "academics", who sign their best start in the last four seasons, achieved the victory thanks to a goal from Jairo Jiménez.
The San Francisco of the Colombian Gonzalo Soto, with a goal of penalty of Jhamal Rodríguez, extended the agony of the "lions" placinos, that this time fell 0-1.
With this defeat, the placinos are eighth with four units, the only victory of the Colombian Javier Álvarez was on the first date without playing, while the "monastery" is fifth with 9 points.
Tauro FC, defending champion of Panamanian soccer, defeated 2-1 Club Atlético Independiente (CAI), who before their trip to play the round of the knockout round of the CONCACAF Champions League against Toronto FC, left their unbeaten position in this match.
For the team of the Uruguayan Saúl Maldonado scored Enrico Small, with a penalty, and Jorge Gutiérrez. The CAI goal came from Miguel Saavedra.
Maldonado after the game praised the work of Venezuelan coach Francisco Perlo, who fielded 10 different players to those who played midweek in the CONCACAF tournament, and warned that his squad is coming for more in the championship.
In the beginning of this fifth day, the Árabe Unido of Colón dispatched 2-0 the Costa del Este.
The goals of the Panamanian World Cup players Abdiel Arroyo and Joseph Cox put the colonists in the second place with 11 points, while the defeat of the costeños keeps them in ninth place and a point in their accounting.