Santos 0 x 3 Fortaleza, for the 38th day of Brasileirão
Fortaleza beat Santos 2-0 this Sunday (13), in Vila Belmiro, in the final spherical of the Brazilian Championship. The dispute for the place continued till the final minute, as São Paulo gained their match and América-MG, who might have handed each groups, drew stage (with the proper to a aim disallowed by VAR at the finish).
The objectives of the match have been scored by Thiago Galhardo and Moisés. Fortaleza has certified for the earlier (*3*), in eighth place in the Brazilian Championship, with 55 factors.
Good possibilities for either side in the first half
Both groups went up from the begin. Thiago Galhardo had the first likelihood, with 7, for Fortaleza, however he stopped in the opponent’s block. The workforce reached the 14 once more, with Hercules as an alternative of the ball, out.
Santos responded with Marcos Leonardo two minutes later. Camacho struck exhausting from exterior the space, deflected the ball and landed at the attacker’s ft, with each likelihood of getting into the web. He hit it half chewed and the ball went near the proper put up.
In want of a rating, Fortaleza arrived with hazard in the subsequent second. Romarinho despatched the ball into the center of the space and Thiago Galhardo managed to achieve it nicely with a header, though it was despatched out.
The first half was open for either side, with Fortaleza having the higher hand.
Directly from Brasileirão
Fortaleza opened the scoring with Galhardo
The second half began extra divided. Santos managed to match Fortaleza’s attacking power, though neither had a lot of an opportunity.
In the twenty first minute, nonetheless, a attempt by Fortaleza labored. After the alternate of passes, Galhardo despatched a header to the again, with no likelihood for João Paulo’s defence.
However, the decide famous a hurdle in the bid. After a couple of minutes of the break, VAR reviewed the supply and overturned the on-field resolution, guaranteeing a aim for the north-eastern workforce.
Santos was not shy. Sandry, at 24, struck nicely, forcing Fernando Miguel to make a very good save. Shortly after, Carabajal was picked up in the penalty space, set his mark and fell, asking for a penalty. The referee ordered the match to proceed.
Moises has entered and has already prolonged the lead
It was virtually Moises’ first contact on the area, and he had already prolonged the result in Fortaleza in the thirty fifth minute. Silvio Romero, who got here in collectively, discovered a millimeter go inside the penalty space. Moisés dominated and hit a shot, taking the ball away from João Paulo.
Fortaleza continued to assault, and Santos additionally tried to use strain.
The match ends, however the query of classification stays
When the referee blew the whistle for the finish of the sport, the Fortaleza gamers remained on the area, nonetheless holding on. The concern was for the match towards América-MG Atlético-GO, which might outline whether or not the workforce from Ceara would go to the (*3*) or not. In the remaining minutes, Meatzar scored a aim, and it could have been sufficient to take them to the continental championship and go away Fortaleza out. Referee Leandro Vuaden, nonetheless, disallowed América-MG’s aim, to the delight of the Ceara workforce gamers who began celebrating in Vila Belimiro.
Santos 0 x 2 Fortaleza
The purpose: The 38th spherical of the Brazilian Championship
Place: Vila Belmiro
Hour: 16:00 (from Brazil)
Yellow playing cards: Zé Welison (FOR), Rodrigo Fernández (SAN), Caio Alexandre (FOR),
pink playing cards:
objectives: Thiago Galhardo (FOR), in the twenty first minute of the 2nd half (0-1); Moisés (FOR), 35′ of the 2nd half (0-2)
Saints: John Paul; Nathan (Tailson), Maicon, Luiz Felipe and Lucas Pires; Rodrigo Fernández, Camacho (Vinicius Balieiro) and Sandry (Ruan); Carabajal (Lucas Barbosa), Angelo and Marcos Leonardo. Coach: Orlando Ribeiro.
Strength: Fernando Miguel; Tinga, Brítez, Titi and Juninho Capixaba; Zé Welison, Caio Alexandre and Hercules (Ronald); Romarinho (Moisés), Pedro Rocha (Lucas Sasha) and Thiago Galhardo (Silvio Romero). Coach: Juan Pablo Vojvoda.