Well it looks like a nil-nil draw for San Lorenzo at the weekend means that the big man is still stuck on two goals so far this season, although from what I can tell from google translate he played well and I think this means he should have had a penalty? -
"In the first half, San Lorenzo abused the pitch and Denis Stracqualursi centers and did not take the time, despite the referee Pablo Lunati did not collect a clear criminal Diego Braghieri over former Tiger front."
Our Denis being a former Tigre frontman could be what he's referring to here.
Anyway, for those of you who like things like Engrish.com - here's the full report:
San Lorenzo de Almagro deserved the win against Arsenal in the New Gasometer, but could not break the 0-0 and had to settle for a meager point.
Though pause and lacked precision, Ricardo Caruso Lombardi team generated the best chances of scoring the game , especially in the second half, which was played largely in the area defended by Cristian Campestrini.
Arsenal took a point, which finally constituted to break the streak of four straight losses that dragged until this meeting.
In the first half, San Lorenzo abused the pitch and Denis Stracqualursi centers and did not take the time, despite the referee Pablo Lunati did not collect a clear criminal Diego Braghieri over former Tiger front.
In complement, San Lorenzo was more than Arsenal and followed complicating the sides.
But the minutes passed and the local's chances were increasing, but could not break parity for lack of skill in front of goal.
Enzo Kalinski almost breaks the zero with shot that went just left of the post Campestrini.
In the final minutes, despair dominated San Lorenzo, he did not know how to win, before an Arsenal who took refuge and held the tie.