RB Bragantino managed to draw the tie at 1 goal at the home of Coquimbo Unidos

RB Bragantino managed to draw the tie at 1 goal at the home of Coquimbo Unidos

No one managed to take advantage at the Coloso del Llano stadium, in the 1-goal tie between Coquimbo U. and RB Bragantino, on date 6 of group H of the CONMEBOL – Copa Sudamericana 2024 tournament.

RB Bragantino’s team started losing with a goal from Andrés Chávez in the 40th minute of the first half, but managed to equalize the score with a goal from the penalty spot with Helinho in the 52nd minute of the second half.

A highlight of the match was Andrés Chávez’s goal in the 40th minute of the first half. The forward scored a great goal into the rival goalkeeper’s net just off the right post, after receiving an assist from Alejandro Azócar.

RB Bragantino midfielder Eric Ramires hit the post in the 57th minute of the second half and missed the chance to tie the game.

RB Bragantino had greater possession of the ball (59%) but was unable to put the balance in its favor and only achieved a draw against Coquimbo Unidos.

Helinho’s prominence established him as the best player of the match. The RB Bragantino striker showed his best level by scoring 1 goal, shooting twice into the opponent’s goal and making 14 correct passes.

Another of the key footballers at the Coloso del Llano stadium was Andrés Chávez. The Coquimbo Unidos striker scored 1 goal, kicked the goal 3 times against RB Bragantino and gave 9 correct passes.

With many fouls, it was an intense match with many interruptions on the court. There were a large number of reprimands: Eduardo Santos, Thiago Borbas, Sebastián Galani, Juan Cornejo, Helinho, Bruno Cabrera and Elvis Hernández.

The coach of Coquimbo U., Fernando Díaz, arranged a 4-5-1 formation on the field with Diego Sánchez in goal; Dylan Escobar, Bruno Cabrera, Elvis Hernández and Juan Cornejo on the defensive line; Sebastián Galani, Dylan Glaby, Francisco Salinas, Jorge Henríquez and Alejandro Azócar in the middle; and Andrés Chávez in the attack.

For their part, those led by Pedro Caixinha stood with a 4-3-3 strategy with Cleiton between the three sticks; Nathan Mendes, Eduardo Santos, Luan Cândido and Guilherme Lopes in defense; Matheus Fernandes, Jadsom and Lucas Evangelista in the midfield; and Henry Mosquera, Thiago Borbas and Vitinho up front.

The match at the Coloso del Llano stadium was directed by referee Alex Cajas Torres.

RB Bragantino finished in 2nd place in Group H with 13 points and moves on to the next stage. While Coquimbo Kingdom says goodbye to the competition by finishing last in this round and adding only 5 points.

Changes in Coquimbo Kingdom
  • 66′ 2T – Francisco Antonio Salinas Concha left for Cristopher Jesús Barrera Vergara, Alejandro Esteban Azócar Machuca for Benjamín Andrés Chandia Miles and Jadsom Meemyas de Oliveira da Silva for Hélio Júnio Nunes de Castro
  • 68′ 2T – Sebastian Paolo Galani Villegas left for Alejandro Maximiliano Camargo Osses
  • 76′ 2T – Jorge Alexis Henríquez Neira left for Luciano Javier Cabral and Andrés Eliseo Chávez for Nicolás Johansen
Changes in RB Bragantino
  • 45′ 2T – Matheus Fernandes Siqueira left for Eric Dos Santos Rodrigues, Vitor Hugo Naum Dos Santos for Lincoln Henrique Oliveira Dos Santos and Guilherme Lopes de Almeida for Lucas de Souza Cunha
  • 74′ 2T – Nathan Gabriel de Souza Mendes came out for Vinicius Mendonca Pereira

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