Racing and Arsenal win away
Racing joined Banfield on six points atop of the Argentinian Apertura thanks to a 2-1 win at Boca Juniors last night.
Lucas Viatri put the hosts ahead after nine minutes, but Claudio Yacob restored parity 12 minutes before the break and Marcos Caceres completed the turnaround four minutes into the second half.
Elsewhere, Newell's Old Boys picked up their first point of the new campaign with a 1-1 draw at Lanus in a match in which both sides were reduced to ten men.
Mauricio Sperdutti secured the visitors a point six minutes before the interval by cancelling out Santiago Salcedo's early opener, but he then became the second player red-carded nine minutes after the break following Marcos Aguirre's dismissal on the stroke of half-time.
Tigre remained without a point after a second straight loss - 2-1 at home to Arsenal. Luciano Leguizamon's early brace put the away team in control, rendering Denis Straqualursi's second-half goal a mere consolation.
Finally, San Lorenzo and Godoy Cruz shared a 2-2 draw, Diego Rivero grabbing an equaliser 12 minutes from time after a David Ramirez double had overturned Cristian Tula's opener.