A goal against Peñarol, within the Top 10 of the Sudamericana

A goal against Peñarol, within the Top 10 of the Sudamericana
A goal against Peñarol, within the Top 10 of the Sudamericana

ESPN.comNov 21, 2023, 16:25Reading: 2 min.

CONMEBOL published what were the ten best goals of the CONMEBOL Sudamericana 2023among which is the goal of a Uruguayan against Penarol for the group stage.

Agustín Sant’Anna’s goal against Peñarol, among the best 10 of the year in CONMEBOL Sudamericana.EPA

Is about Agustín Sant’Annawho on the fourth of May for the third date of the Group F He finished sensationally with his left foot to open the scoring in the 39th minute in the match that Defensa y Justicia would end up winning 4 to 1.

That night at the Norberto Tomaghello Stadium, Manya suffered its third consecutive defeat in the competition; They then lost the next three games in the group stage and closed a historic and disappointing performance by finishing last in Group F without having scored any points.

Those who also made up this Top 10 goals are Matías Sepúlveda, Audax Italiano player who finished and converted from behind midfield against Blooming in Bolivia, Juninho Capixaba (Red Bull Bragantino soccer player who scored an Olympic goal against Tacuary), Lisandro Alzugaray (great left-footed goal for Liga de Quito in the final against Bragantino), and Miller Bolaños (subtle finish for Emelec against Huracán in Argentina).

Ezequiel Piovi (great goal for Liga de Quito in the semifinal against Defensa y Justicia), Gustavinho (from Red Bull Bragantino), Hugo (goal for Botafogo against Guaraní), Jairo Vélez (free kick goal for César Vallejo against Magallanes) and Jhojan Julio (Quito League player who, after beating three rivals and a good finish, scored against Sao Paulo in the Quarterfinals) complete this list of best goals.

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