England’s crushing 3-2 victory against Uruguay in the match played on date 2 of group E of the FIFA – Sub 20 World Cup – Argentina 2023 tournament. The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Franco González (3′ 2T) and Matías Abaldo (53′ 2T). While the away goals were scored by Bashir Humphreys (21′ 1T), Alfie Devine (48′ 1T) and Darko Gyabi (49′ 2T).
A highlight of the match was Darko Gyabi’s goal in the 49th minute of the second half. After a cross from Alex Scott at the wheel, he was able to finish off from the big area, managing to score in the rival goal.
Uruguay could not discount because Anderson Duarte hit the post 98 minutes into the second half.
The figure of the meeting was Bashir Humphreys. The England defender was important as he scored 1 goal and cleared 2 dangerous balls.
Another of the key footballers at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium was Alfie Devine. The England striker scored 1 goal.
With some infractions and constant pauses, the match played between both teams was lived. There were several cautioned: Mateo Joseph, Alex Scott, Alan Matturro and Matthew Cox.
Uruguay coach Marcelo Broli arranged a 4-5-1 formation on the field with Randall Rodriguez in goal; Mateo Ponte, Sebastián Boselli, Facundo González and Alan Matturro on the defensive line; Fabricio Diaz, Sergio García, Luciano Rodríguez, Franco González and Matías Abaldo in the middle; and Andrés Ferrari in attack.
For their part, those led by Ian Foster planted themselves with a 3-4-3 strategy with Matthew Cox under the three sticks; Jarell Quansah, Ronnie Edwards and Bashir Humphreys on defense; Daniel Oyegoke, Darko Gyabi, Alex Scott and Harvey Vale at midfield; and Alfie Devine, Dane Scarlett and Mateo Joseph up front.
The match at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium was led by referee Marco Ortiz Nava.
For the next date, Uruguay will visit Tunisia. On the other hand, England will visit Iraq.
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