SAN ANDRÉS ISLAS AND PUTUMAYO SHARE THE LEADERSHIP OF GROUP 2 IN THE U17 MEN’S NATIONAL QUALIFIER


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By:
José Vicente Castillo Romero
Journalist ACORD Bogotá
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With the participation of the teams from Amazonas, Guajira, Putumayo and San Andrés Islas, the qualifying phase corresponding to group 2 of the National Championship began on Monday, April 22, at the sports headquarters of the Colombian Football Federation in the city of Bogotá. Men’s under-17, in which San Andrés Islas and Putumayo share the leadership of the group.

The first date was held under the rain and intense cold. In the early hours, San Andrés Islas, which lost to Guajira 3-0, managed to turn the score around and finally win 4-3.

The first half ended with a 2-0 in favor of the Guajira team, who knew how to take advantage of two mistakes by goalkeeper Juan Carlos Rios, well capitalized by Luis Alejandro Herrera and José Santiago Valiente, at 17 and 21 minutes, to establish a score. against the Sanandresanos with whom they went to rest.

In the complementary stage, despite the islanders’ efforts to score a goal, it was the Guajira team that extended the lead with a third score scored by Kelbis Enrique Montero at 20 minutes.

Despite the difference against them, the San Andrés Islas team did not lower their arms and on the contrary looked for the rival goal to score and reduce it. At minute 29 came the discount through Jhostin Martínez and six minutes later, at minute 35, Iván Correa established the 3-2. Two minutes from the end, Sair Castro made it 3-3 to the delirium of the San Andres residents. When everything seemed to indicate that a tie would be the final result, Richard Macías arrived, in the 6th minute of the added time given by Valentina, the Antioquian referee in charge of dispensing justice, to achieve the fourth and final score with which the match concluded.

Putumayo and Amazonas tied in the second match of the first day. Yefreid Castillo put Putumayo ahead at 45+2 in the first half and Daniel Guardia in the final minute of the second half achieved the tie for the Amazonian team.

On the second date, played on Tuesday, April 23, Amazonas and San Andrés tied at 1 goal with a score by Juan Camilo Inuma, who opened the scoring at minute 37 of the first half for the Amozonenses and by Shaider Mendoza at minute 9 of the second. part for the tie of the San Andresans.

Putumayo beat Guajira 2-1 with goals from Sebastián Yesid Obando and Gabriel Fernando Vallejo. Guajira scored through Kelbis Enrique Montero.

With the results, San Andrés and Putumayo share the lead with 4 units each, followed by Amazonas with 2 points. Guajira is last without points.

On Thursday, on the last date, the two teams that will advance to the semifinal phase will be defined.

RESULTS SECOND DATE TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2024

EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT HOUR
AMAZON 1 SAN ANDRES ISLANDS 1 10:00 AM
PUTUMAYO 2 GUAJIRA 1 12:00 PM

RESULTS FIRST DATE MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2024

EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT HOUR
GUAJIRA 3 SAN ANDRES ISLANDS 4 10:00 AM
PUTUMAYO 1 AMAZON 1 12:00 PM

POSITIONS TABLE

P.J. P.G. PE PP GF GC DG POINTS
1 SAINT ANDREW 2 1 1 0 5 4 1 4
2 PUTUMAYO 2 1 1 0 3 2 1 4
3 AMAZON 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 2
4 GUAJIRA 2 0 0 2 4 6 -2 0

PROGRAMMING THIRD DATE THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2024

EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT HOUR
AMAZON V.S. GUAJIRA 10:00 AM
PUTUMAYO V.S. SAN ANDRES ISLANDS 12:00 PM
 
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