Group A-leaders Real Garcilaso have continued their poor run of form in the Peruvian Primera Division, going down 2-1 at lowly Pacifico.
Pacifico's Mauro Cantoro delighted the home fans as he gave his side a shock lead on 67 minutes before Jaime Huerta looked to have salvaged a point for Garcilaso five minutes from time.
But there was further drama as Cantoro completed his brace from the penalty spot in the 92nd minute to ensure Garcilaso have only been victorious in one of their last seven matches.
After being runaway leaders for most of the Peruvian league campaign, Garcilaso have had their lead in Group A whittled down to only two points, with last year's champions Sporting Cristal hot on their tail.
Cristal could have gone top with a win over Melgar but were held to a 0-0 draw and could rue the opportunity later in the season.
Juan Aurich has won five of their last six games after a 5-0 thrashing of Leon de Huanuco.
Despite being out of contention for domestic honours, Aurich were propelled by doubles from Roberto Ovelar and Roberto Merino, with the sending off of Huanuco's Carlos Solis in the 59th minute helping contribute to the home side's victory.
Cesar Vallejo kept their slim title hopes alive with a 3-0 win over Alianza Lima.
The victory elevated Vallejo to third position, five points behind second-placed Cristal.
In other matches, Victor Rossel scored a hat-trick as Union Comercio defeated Sport Huancayo 3-1, Cienciano overcame Universidad San Martin 1-0 and UTC Cajamarca clinched victory against Inti Gas by a solitary goal.
The match between Universitario and Jose Galvez was postponed.
|10||M. Cantoro||67' 90+2'|
|Coach: C. Gonzáles|
for G. Carty 46'
for A. Mendoza 64'
for A. Bazalar 64'
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