1986–87 Argentine Primera División

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Primera División
Season 1986–87
Champions Rosario Central (4° title)
Promoted Dep. Italiano
Racing Club
Rosario Central
Relegated Dep. Italiano
Temperley
1987 Copa Libertadores Rosario Central
Independiente
Top goalscorer Argentina Omar Palma (20 goals)

The 1986–87 Argentine Primera División was the 96° season of top-flight football in Argentina. The season began on July 13, 1986 and ended on May 2, 1987.[1]

League standings[edit]

Pos. Team Pts P W D L F A Dif
1 Rosario Central 49 38 17 15 6 64 45 19
2 Newell's Old Boys 48 38 19 10 9 57 38 19
3 Independiente 47 38 17 13 8 70 47 23
4 Boca Juniors 46 38 18 10 10 62 49 13
5 Racing Club 44 38 16 12 10 50 41 9
6 Ferro Carril Oeste 44 38 13 18 7 40 32 8
7 San Lorenzo 44 38 15 14 9 45 38 7
8 Instituto (C) 41 38 13 15 10 54 46 8
9 Vélez Sársfield 41 38 15 11 12 50 43 7
10 River Plate 39 38 13 13 12 54 49 5
11 Talleres (C) 38 38 11 16 11 45 61 -16
12 Estudiantes LP 37 38 10 17 11 40 45 -5
13 Gimnasia y Esgrima LP 37 38 12 13 13 33 41 -8
14 Deportivo Español 36 38 12 12 14 29 31 -2
15 Racing (C) 33 38 8 17 13 43 56 -13
16 Unión (SF) 31 38 6 19 13 30 38 -8
17 Argentinos Juniors 28 38 5 18 15 45 47 -2
18 Temperley 27 38 7 13 18 28 48 -20
19 Platense 27 38 6 15 17 40 63 -23
20 Dep. Italiano 23 38 6 11 21 29 59 -30

Top scorers[edit]

Player Club Goals
1 Omar Palma Rosario Central 20
2 Jorge Comas Boca Juniors 19
3 Franco Navarro Independiente 18

Relegation[edit]

Liguilla Pre-Libertadores[edit]

Quarter finals

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Banfield Independiente 1-0 0-2 1-2
Belgrano Newell's Old Boys 0-0 0-2 0-2
Deportivo Armenio Boca Juniors 2-4 0-2 2-6
Racing Club Ferro Carril Oeste 0-0 1-2 1-2

Semi-finals

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Ferro Carril Oeste Independiente 0-1 0-0 0-1
Newell's Old Boys Boca Juniors 0-1 2-5 2-6

Final

Home (1st leg) Home (2nd leg) 1st Leg 2nd leg Aggregate
Independiente Boca Juniors 2-2 2-1 4-3

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Argentina 1986–87 by Javier Roimiser at RSSSF.com