Ñublense rescued a suffered and final draw 2-2 at home against Huachipato, in a match valid for the 21st date of the National Championship.
Although the chillanejos were the first to make goalkeeper Martín Parra work, the ‘steelworkers’ struck with a goal from Joaquin Gutierrez (33′).
A few minutes later, a quick counterattack from the Talcahuano team allowed the Venezuelan Brayan palmezano (36 ′) increase the advantage of the visit.
The home team reacted and pressed for the discount, but goalkeeper Parra and the lack of precision in front of the goal prevented them from reducing the rival advantage.
In the second half, the host advanced lines in search of the tie, which generated spaces that caused opportunities to score in both areas.
The steel cast had several opportunities to be able to sentence the meeting, but it was Matías Moya (75 ′) the one who in a personal move managed to mark the discount.
However, a second yellow card received by Esteban Carvajal (77 ′) left his team with one less player on the court, just when they were one goal away from tying.
The ‘red devils’ did not lower their arms despite the numerical disadvantage, putting the rival in their zone. Bernardo Cerezo (89 ′) wasted in the end what could have been a draw.
When the visit was already celebrating the victory, a precise pass from Luis Valenzuela left only Nicholas war (91 ′), who with a header marked the final 2-2.
With this result, Ñublense is in tenth place with 26 points. For its part, Huachipato with 21 units is 13th in the table, very close to the direct relegation positions.