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1999-2000 Argentine Primera División

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1999-2000 Argentine Primera División

Statistics of Primera División Argentina in season 1999/2000.

Overview

The 1999-2000 season in Argentine football saw River Plate win both the league championships.

Torneo Apertura

League Standings

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 River Plate 44 19 13 5 1 42 21 21
2 Rosario Central 43 19 14 1 4 34 18 16
3 Boca Juniors 41 19 12 5 2 36 15 21
4 San Lorenzo 33[1] 19 10 6 3 30 15 15
5 Talleres de Córdoba 31 19 9 4 6 38 31 7
6 Racing Club 30 19 7 9 3 27 22 5
7 Vélez Sársfield 27[1] 19 8 6 5 28 17 11
8 Chacarita Juniors 25 19 6 7 6 38 33 5
9 Independiente 25 19 6 7 6 19 21 -2
10 Estudiantes de La Plata 23 19 6 5 8 29 33 -4
11 Lanús 23 19 7 2 10 23 30 -7
12 Gimnasia de La Plata 21 19 4 9 6 28 28 0
13 Newell's Old Boys 21 19 5 6 8 27 27 0
14 Argentinos Juniors 21 19 4 9 6 20 22 -2
15 Unión de Santa Fe 21 19 5 6 8 24 30 -6
16 Instituto de Córdoba 19[1] 19 5 7 7 23 30 -7
17 Colón de Santa Fe 19 19 5 4 10 20 28 -8
18 Belgrano de Córdoba 17[1] 19 5 5 9 25 37 -12
19 Gimnasia de Jujuy 9 19 2 3 14 17 43 -26
20 Ferro Carril Oeste 9 19 1 6 12 14 44 -30

Top Scorer

Position Player Team Goals
1 Javier Saviola River Plate 15
2 Martín Palermo Boca Juniors 14
3 Juan Antonio Pizzi Rosario Central 12
4 Juan Pablo Ángel River Plate 11

Torneo Clausura

League Standings

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 River Plate 42 19 12 6 1 44 17 27
2 Independiente 36 19 11 3 5 42 25 17
3 Colón de Santa Fe 36 19 11 3 5 27 15 12
4 San Lorenzo 36 19 11 3 5 27 15 12
5 Newell's Old Boys 34 19 10 4 5 32 21 11
6 Vélez Sársfield 34 19 9 7 3 28 18 10
7 Boca Juniors 33[1] 19 10 6 3 38 17 21
8 Unión de Santa Fe 29 19 9 2 8 28 40 -12
9 Gimnasia de La Plata 28 19 8 4 7 28 33 -5
10 Talleres de Córdoba 27 19 7 6 6 21 22 -1
11 Club Atlético Lanús 25[1] 19 8 4 7 32 22 10
12 Instituto de Córdoba 25 19 6 7 6 28 29 -1
13 Rosario Central 23 19 6 5 8 25 26 -1
14 Belgrano de Córdoba 22 19 6 4 9 28 31 -3
15 Chacarita Juniors 20 19 5 5 9 20 30 -10
16 Argentinos Juniors 18 19 4 6 9 21 36 -15
17 Estudiantes de La Plata 16 19 3 7 9 21 30 -9
18 Racing Club 15 19 3 6 10 22 29 -7
19 Gimnasia de Jujuy 10 19 2 4 13 15 34 -19
20 Ferro Carril Oeste 8 19 2 2 15 9 46 -37

Top Scorer

Position Player Team Goals
1 Esteban Fuertes Colón de Santa Fe 17
2 Bruno Marioni Independiente 13
3 Daniel Jiménez Instituto de Córdoba 12
4 Diego Klimowicz Lanús 10

Relegation

Relegation table

Team Average Points Played 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000
Boca Juniors 2.070 236 114 73 89 74
River Plate 1.921 219 114 74 58 86
San Lorenzo 1.684 192 114 62 61 69
Vélez Sársfield 1.623 185 114 78 46 61
Rosario Central 1.593 180 114 57 47 66
Gimnasia de La Plata 1.593 180 114 69 62 49
Independiente 1.474 168 114 56 51 61
Lanús 1.430 163 114 65 50 48
Talleres de Córdoba 1.342 102 76 N/A 44 58
Newell's Old Boys 1.307 149 114 42 52 55
Argentinos Juniors 1.272 145 114 57 49 39
Colón de Santa Fe 1.246 142 114 38 49 55
Racing Club 1.237 141 114 41 55 45
Unión de Santa Fe 1.202 137 114 33 54 50
Chacarita Juniors 1.184 45 38 N/A N/A 45
Estudiantes La Plata 1.167 133 114 49 45 39
Instituto de Córdoba 1.158 44 38 N/A N/A 44
Belgrano de Córdoba 1.092 83 76 N/A 44 39
Gimnasia de Jujuy 1.035 118 114 52 47 19
Ferro Carril Oeste 0.886 101 114 49 35 17

Relegation playoffs

Date Home Away Result
July 20, 2000 Quilmes Belgrano 3-1
July 23, 2000 Belgrano Quilmes 3-1

The teams draw 4-4 therefore Belgrano stay in the Argentine First Division. Quilmes remains in Argentine Nacional B.

Date Home Away Result
20 July 2000 Almagro Instituto 1-0
23 July 2000 Instituto Almagro 1-1

Almagro win 2-1 and are promoted to the Argentine First Division. Instituto are relegated to the Argentine Nacional B.

See also

References

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