Belgrano's unbeaten run came to an end at the hands of Godoy Cruz. Although it was expected to be an exciting and open match, both teams lacked quality and played a dull encounter. In fact, had Olave not faltered, the match should have been a goalless draw. The opening 10 minutes were the best of the match and both teams traded good scoring chances. After that initial period, Belgrano gave away posession but Godoy Cruz did not have any ideas. Nevertheless, it was Godoy Cruz which always seemed closer to scoring although their efforts limited to crosses and long-range shots. More worringly, Belgrano didn't have a single shot at goal. The second half promised more since both teams were bent on the attack. But the breakthrough for Godoy Cruz would come from a seemingly easy cross. Olave clashed with Gutierrez on the edge of the box, gave the ball away and Cappa placed the ball into the net with the goal at his mercy. Although Godoy Cruz had not shown much, they had looked more active. Ferraro sent Gigli and Bustos in but they didn't have much of the ball. Belgrano felt the absence of their main playmaker, Juan Casado, and they went down to an unimpressive opponent. Despite the defeat, there weren't signs of any slump in form. It was just an off-key performance.