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Deportivo Cali, to get rid of the recent Tolima domination

Historically, Deportivo Cali has had an edge of 55 games to 52 games in facing Tolima, but according to some observers, today's squad has an advantage of 56 games.

Author:Daniel Clark
Reviewer:Gabriel Martinez
Apr 20, 2021
Historically, Deportivo Calihas had an edge of 55 games to 52 games in facing Tolima, but according to some observers, today's squad has an advantage of 56 games.
In 2003, everything became different. The locals achieved a victory over Pascual Guerrero in Ibagué, and Cali prevailed 3-2 in the penalty shootout to take the title.
The performances of the previous three years have gone a long way to determining the final match-up between the Ibagué side and their opponents in the CONCACAF Champions League.
If in 38 previous matches, Cali has been victorious in 8, has tied in 12, and has been happy for the remainder, Cali has celebrated for 42 and Tolima for 24. The victory results for both Palmaseca and Murillo Toro confirm this argument, with 17 wins in 34 league games to date.
Without question, this duel arouses tremendous hopes and expectations to know if Rodríguez and Marco Perez can make it possible for the team to break free from Arias'yga's stranglehold on the tournament.

For The South American Cup

  • March 16, 2021:Phase 1: Tolima (Luis Miranda, Sergio Mosquera, Jáminton Campaz) 3-0 Cali
  • April 6, 2021:Phase 1: Cali 0-0 Tolima

For League

  • 21 March 2021:Cali 0-0 Tolima
  • October 31, 2020:Cali (Jesús Arrieta) 1-2 Tolima (Danovis Banguero, Ánderson Plata)
  • October 3, 2019:Tolima (Jorge Ramos, Alex Castro, Julián Quiñones, Jáminton Campaz, 2) 5-2 Cali (Andrés Colorado, Carlos Rodríguez)
  • March 28:Tolima 0-1 Cali (José Sand)
  • June 5, 2019:Cali (Féiver Mercado) 1-2 Tolima (Marco Pérez, 2)
  • May 13, 2019:Tolima (Marco Pérez) 1-1 Cali ( Carlos Rodríguez)
  • February 14, 2019:Cali (Féiver Mercado, Juan I. Dinenno) 2-1 Tolima (Luis 'Cariaco' González)
  • September 23, 2018:Cali 0-1 Tolima (Marco Pérez)
  • September 24, 2017:Cali (Miguel Murillo) 1-2 Tolima (Marco Pérez, Santiago Montoya).
  • April 15, 2017:Tolima (Cleider Alzate, Marco Pérez) 2-2 Cali (Nicolás Albarracín, Miguel Murillo)

For Colombia Cup

  • October 16, 2019:Semifinal: Tolima (Richard Renteria) 1-1 Cali (Christian Rivera)
  • 25 September 2019:Cali (Richard Renteria and Rafael Tapia) 2-1 Tolima (Larry Vásquez)
  • August 31, 2016:Tolima (Armando Vargas, Víctor Aquino) 2-0 Cali
  • August 24, 2016:Cali (Nicolás Benedetti at 67 minutes, Máyer Candelo) 2-0 Tolima
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Daniel Clark

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