Bolívar beat Palestino with two goals from Francisco da Costa

Bolívar beat Palestino with two goals from Francisco da Costa

Forward Francisco da Costa shone in the match on date 6 of group E, ensuring the victory for Bolívar against Palestino with a 3-1 score. The goals of the match for the local team were scored by Francisco da Costa (1′ 2T and 41′ 2T) and José Bizama (34′ 1T, against). While the away goal was scored by Felipe Chamorro (22′ 2T).

In the 22nd minute of the second stage, Felipe Chamorro lifted Palestino’s spirits and won all the applause. Fernando Cornejo handled the ball with a center and the midfielder defined it with a strong shot from the large area.

Francisco da Costa’s performance positioned him as the most outstanding player of the match. The Bolívar forward showed his best level by scoring 2 goals, shooting 5 times into the opponent’s goal and making 10 correct passes.

Carlos Lampe was another of the outstanding players. The Bolívar goalkeeper showed his quality by containing 6 shots and making 19 correct passes.

Several infractions in the middle of the field forced the pace of the game to be cut. There were 3 reprimands: Nicolás Linares, Jesús Sagredo and Cristián Suárez.

Bolívar’s strategist, Flavio Robatto, stopped the starting eleven with a 4-3-3 formation with Carlos Lampe in goal; Yomar Rocha, Renzo Orihuela, Jesús Sagredo and José Sagredo on the defensive line; Leonel Justiniano, Fernando Saucedo and Ramiro Vaca in the middle; and Henry Vaca, Francisco da Costa and Carmelo Algarañaz in attack.

For their part, those chosen by Pablo Sánchez took the field with a 4-4-2 formation with César Rigamonti between the three sticks; José Bizama, Iván Román, Cristián Suárez and Benjamín Rojas in defense; Fernando Cornejo, Nicolás Linares, Ariel Martínez and Misael Dávila in midfield; and Bryan Carrasco and Michael Fuentes up front.

Andrés Merlos was appointed as the main referee of the match at the El Coloso stadium in Miraflores.

Bolívar, already classified for the Round of 16, occupies first place with 13 points. For his part, Palestino says goodbye to the tournament after finishing in last place.

Changes in Bolívar
  • 45′ 2T – Henry Vaca Urquisa left for Lucas Leónidas Chávez Cruz
  • 79′ 2T – Carmelo Algarañaz Áñez left for Jhon Cristian Velásquez
  • 84′ 2T – Yomar René Rocha Rodríguez left for Erwin Mario Saavedra Flores
  • 89′ 2T – Ramiro Vaca Ponce left for Miguel Ángel Villarroel Tardio
  • 90′ 2T – Fernando Javier Saucedo Pereyra came out for Jairo Quinteros Sierra
Changes in Palestine
  • 54′ 2T – Michael Andrés Fuentes Vadulli left for Jonathan Oscar Benítez and Bryan Paul Carrasco Santos for Felipe Sebastián Chamorro Aspe
  • 62′ 2T – Misael Aldair Dávila Carvajal left for Pablo Agustín Palacio and Ariel Elías Martínez Arce for Joe Axel Abrigo Navarro
  • 71′ 2T – Fernando Nicolás Cornejo Miranda left for Brayan Alfonso Véjar Utreras

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