Flamengo beat Aparecidense and took the lead in Copinha’s 5th group
He overcame Flamengo’s sweat, however left the area in a 2-1 win towards Aparecidense in the second spherical of Group 5 of the São Paulo de Futebol Júnior Cup. In the opening match performed at Estádio Zezinho Magalhães, Rubro-Negro had two targets from Lorran to go away the area victorious. Felipe Vieira scored a aim towards the Goiás group.
As a consequence, the red-blacks go to 4 factors and take the lead along with Floresta-CE. The chameleon, on the different hand, is expelled. Márcio Torres’ group will return to the area on Sunday (9) to face the group from Ceara.
STRONG START RUBRO-NEGRO
More offensively, Flamengo piled up probabilities towards an Aparecidense who was confused in protection. Very concerned, Ryan Luka had three probabilities, however didn’t open the scoring. Petterson then took benefit of the area and completed low, forcing Ramone to stretch for protection.
The group from Goiás rehearsed a response at the intersection of Cauan Bidu, Felipe risked the shot. But the purple and black continued to be stronger on the pitch.
ENCOURAGING LORRAN, FLAMINGO OPENS THE ADVANTAGE
With the freedom to encompass the space, Flamengo started to advance its victory. Petterson sprinted left and crossed. Lorran crammed the foot and crammed the internet of 27. Even in the entrance, Rubro-Negro remained agency and quickly expanded.
After stealing the ball from an opponent, Ryan Luka made a toxic cross. Lorran bumped into the space and despatched the aim firmly in the thirty ninth minute. In Peteta, Rubro-Negroe took benefit of Ryan Luka’s hole and noticed two makes an attempt, however goalkeeper Ramon saved it.
AGAINST THE TARGET ‘PIGIA’ HAS BEEN APPEARING
After the break, the purple and black group tried to take care of the streak. However, they came upon errors and preciousness. More appropriately, they went round the Aparecidense space and tried pictures with Bruno and Diogo.
Until, 13 minutes later, the group achieved its aim. Brunno went all the way down to the left and went as much as the enviornment. Felipe Vieira tried to chop the purple and black defender and lastly despatched it into the aim. Tempers, nonetheless, cooled quickly after. On Flamengo’s counter-attack, Ryan Luka broke free when Dyego shot down the center. The already yellow quantity 8 shirt was despatched off.
A VERY OPEN GAME AND THE EXCELLENCE OF FLAMENGO
The Flamenguists tried to catch their breath and Petterson noticed all the pieces advance, however he ended up in two and was saved by the protection of the Goiana group. However, Aparecidens continued to encompass the space, particularly in the performs on the sides. After Rubro-Negro tried successive crosses, the eleventh shirt had an opportunity once more, however despatched it broad.
Then the third virtually went into two probabilities after a nook. Fred’s deflection hit the ball close to the crossbar. In the subsequent bid, Evertton crammed his foot and Ramon saved. Dyego Alves nonetheless fell to save lots of Brunno’s treacherous kick. The battle turned even fiercer in additions. Alex nonetheless took probabilities from distance and drove near the crossbar.
Flamengo had an opportunity once more with a ball thrown into the field, however Petterson rose late. After a fierce debate, Rubro-Negroa left the area with the victory.
APARECIDENSE-GO 1×2 FLAMINGO
Stadium: Zezinho Magalhães, Jaú (SP)
Date and time: January 5, 2023 at 9:45 p.m
Judge: Pedro Henrique Alves de Paula
Helpers: Gabriel Rodrigues Santos and Juliana Vicentin Esteves
Video Analyst: Alexandre Luis Gonçalves
Yellow playing cards: Cauan Bidu, Dyego (APA)
Red card: Diego (APA)
Goals: Lorraine, 1T27 (0-1), Lorraine, 1T39 (0-2), Felipe Vieira (towards), 2T13 (1-2)
APARECIDENSE (Coach: Rodrigo Lirio)
Ramon; Robinho (Ruan, half time), Azevedo and Marcelo; Gabriel, Lucas Bispo (Fred, 2T/25), Dyego, Felipe (Guilherme Martins, 2T/22) and Cauan Bidu (Brunno, break); Diogo and Zé Henrique (Alex, 2/22).
FLAMENGO (Coach: Marcio Torres)
Dyogo Alves; Felipe Brian, Iago (Felipe Vieira, 10/2T), Darlan and Zé Welinton; Evertton, Jean Carlos (Lucas Bauru, 2T/20), Lorran and Rodriguinho (Felipe Lima, 2T/20); Petterson and Ryan Luka.