The Strongest dominated Grêmio with a 2-0 score in an electrifying match

The Strongest dominated Grêmio with a 2-0 score in an electrifying match

T. Strongest performed better and beat Grêmio 2-0 in the Miraflores colossus. The first goal was scored by midfielder Luciano Ursino 15 minutes into the first half, followed by Enrique Triverio’s score in the 27th minute of the second half that secured The Strongest’s victory.

A highlight of the match was Enrique Triverio’s goal in the 27th minute of the second half. After a pass from Joel Amoroso, the forward was able to get the ball out with a header and managed to score on Agustín Marchesín’s right post.

Luciano Ursino’s prominence established him as the best player of the match. The Strongest midfielder scored 1 goal, made 33 correct passes, recovered 2 balls and looked for the opponent’s goal with 7 shots.

Another of the key footballers in the Miraflores colossus was Guillermo Viscarra. The Strongest’s goalkeeper had a great performance against Grêmio because he saved 5 shots and made 10 correct passes.

With some infractions and constant pauses, the game was played between both teams. There were 3 reprimands: Daniel Rojas, Luciano Ursino and Pablo Lavallén.

T. Strongest’s coach, Pablo Lavallén, arranged a 4-3-3 formation on the field with Guillermo Viscarra in goal; Daniel Rojas, Adrián Jusino, Maximiliano Caire and Daniel Lino on the defensive line; Luciano Ursino, Diego Wayar and Michael Ortega in the middle; and Jaime Arrascaita, Enrique Triverio and Rodrigo Ramallo in attack.

For their part, those led by Renato Portaluppi stood with a 4-3-3 strategy with Agustín Marchesín between the three sticks; Fábio, Natã, Gustavo Martins and Wesley Costa in defense; Dodi, Nathan Fernandes and Nathan in the midfield; and Everton Galdino, João Pedro Galvão and Du Queiroz up front.

The match at the Miraflores colossus was directed by referee Juan Benítez.

For the next date, T. Strongest will visit Estudiantes. On the other hand, Grêmio will receive Huachipato.

T. Strongest added its first 3 points and was the leader of Group C, while Grêmio remains in last position with no unit.

Changes to The Strongest
  • 45′ 2T – Daniel Rojas Céspedes left for Darío Javier Aimar Álvarez
  • 62′ 2T – Michael Javier Ortega Dieppa left for Victor Manuel Cuellar Salazar
  • 63′ 2T – Rodrigo Luis Ramallo Cornejo left for Emanuel Joel Amoroso, Nata Felipe de Amorim Santos for Bruno Fortuna Cheron and Wesley da Costa Silva for José Guilherme de Lima Costa
  • 79′ 2T – Jaime Darío Arrascaita Iriondo left for Gabriel Agustín Sotomayor Cardozo
Changes in Grêmio
  • 75′ 2T – Nathan Ribeiro Fernandes left for Riquelme Freitas dos Santos and Everton Galdino Moreira for Lucas Agustín Besozzi
  • 86′ 2T – Bruno Fortuna Cheron left for Ronald Cardoso Falkoski and Enrique Luis Triverio for Bruno Miranda Villagómez

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