(VIDEO) Coquimbo was in something else

(VIDEO) Coquimbo was in something else
(VIDEO) Coquimbo was in something else

Playing with a mix of starters and substitutes, the “pirates” dominated Bragantino, who came to score and could only tie in the final minute.

By ANDRÉS ALBURQUERQUE F. / Photo: AGENCIES

The way things were in the group, the Brazilians had to score to have real options to qualify directly for the round of 16. That’s why they came to Chile and they said it openlywith that mix of pride and security common for footballers from that country.

Coquimbo, eliminated from the next phase due to an accumulation of errors and petty results, did not appear with headlines. And, despite that, she was more than his rival, He went ahead with a great goal from Andrés Chávez and he was about to win. It was what he deserved, and What could he have gotten if he had gotten it right? some of the wasted chances in the second stage.

Especially in a lonely front entrance Jorge Henríquez (57′), who deflected in an incredible way. Or in another of Benjamin Chandiawhen he clock was ticking over 81 minutes. The Brazilians tried, but they could not approach in danger. The clearest thing was a shot from distance that touched a vertical. But of neat play, little and nothing.

Bragantino, despite everything, found equality in an isolated play, by Cabrera’s hand before Lincoln’s shot. The 90+3′ were played, and five minutes later Helinho scored with class to make the final 1-1.

With this result, the group was left in the hands of Racing, which beat Sport Luqueño 3-0 and added 15 points. Bragantino, with 13, will have to play in the previous round of 16. And Coquimbo (5) and Luqueño (1) were eliminated beforehand.

DETAILS

South American Cup. Group H.

Stadium: Francisco Sánchez Rumoroso, from Coquimbo.

Referee: Álex Cajas (Ecuador).

Coquimbo Kingdom (1): D. Sánchez; D. Escobar, E. Hernández, B. Cabrera and J. Cornejo; F. Salinas, D. Glaby, S. Galani; J. Henriquez; A. Azócar and A. Chávez. DT: Fernando Diaz. Changes: 67′, C. Barrera for Salinas and B. Chandía for Azócar; 69′, A. Camargo for Galani; 78′, N. Johansen for Chávez and Luciano Cabral for Henríquez.

Bragantino (1): Cleiton; Nathan Mendes, Eduardo Santos, Luan Cândido, Guilherme Lopes; Matheus Fernandes, Lucas Evangelista, Jadsom and Henry Mosquera; Thiago Borbas and Vitinho. DT: Pedro Caixinha. Changes: 46′, Lucas Cunha for Lopes, Lincoln for Vitinho and Eric Ramires for Fernandes; 67′, Helinho for Jadsom; 75′, Vinicius Mendonça for Mendes.

Goals: 41′, Andrés Chávez (CU); 90+8′, Helinho, penalty (B).

Yellow cards: Galani, Cornejo, Cabrera and Hernández (CU); Santos, Evangelista, Borbas and Helinho (B).

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