Huracán made history by qualifying for the first time to the final of an international tournament with a draw 2-2 against River Plate in the second leg semifinal match at the Copa Sudamericana.
Patricio Toranzo (2) and Ramón Abila (26) scored the goals for Huracán, who had to sweat it out until the last minute as Uruguayan Rodrigo Mora (69 and 81) scored for River to draw the match. River finished the match with ten players for the expulsion of Uruguayan midfielder Carlos Sanchez (90).
The 'Globo' sealed the series with a 3-2 aggregate score, as they had won the first leg 1-0 at the Monumental stadium.
In search of its first international title, Huracán will play in the finals against Colombian club Independiente Santa Fe, who in the other semifinal beat Paraguay's Sportivo Luqueño.
Text and photo: AFP