Tournament scoring leader, Facundo Obregon scored his first goal of the game in the fourth chukker on a penalty two conversion, but the remainder of the chukker was in Patagones’ favor, controlling open play.
As time was expiring in the fourth chukker, Benjamin Avendano completed a run to goal to push Patagones’ lead to three, with La Indiana’s inability to generate offense from the field keeping them behind on the scoreboard. The outcome was left to be decided on the penalty line as Patagones found themselves in foul trouble for the first time in the game. Converting consecutive penalty attempts, Obregon cut the deficit to two, but fighting their own indiscipline, La Indiana conceded two penalty goals of their own, leaving Patagones with a commanding 8-5 lead and just one chukker between them and the Ylvisaker Cup title. Toccalino’s fifth penalty conversion seemed to all but seal the victory for Patagones, but La Indiana was unwilling to quit, producing a relentless attack that pressured the Patagones defense. Romero’s second goal was quickly followed by two penalty conversions from Obregon, exciting the spectators on hand, as La Indiana pulled within one goal for the first time since the second chukker. The comeback fell a goal short as Patagones survived the late flurry of goals from La Indiana to capture the 9-8 victory and the 2020 Ylvisaker Cup.
Santiago Wulff claimed MVP honors, while Best Playing Pony was awarded to Benjamin Avendano’s “Conejo”.