Copa Libertadores: Talleres lost in Brazil, but still advanced to the round of 16

Copa Libertadores: Talleres lost in Brazil, but still advanced to the round of 16

Workshops lost 2 to 0 against Saint Paul as a visitor and came in second place in Group B of the Libertadores Cupsince the Brazilians were their direct rival in the fight for leadership in qualifying for the round of 16.

With the goals from Lucas Moura – from a penalty – and Luciano, Talleres was surpassed in the table by goal difference despite the fact that both teams finished with 13 points: San Pablo finished with +7, while T was left with +4. In addition, Miguel Navarro will miss the first round of 16 match due to an expulsion.

Very close to the end of the match, with a dominant local team, Valentín Depietri made a reckless mistake by knocking down Rodrigo Nestor in the left sector of the area and referee Jhon Ospina awarded a penalty for the Brazilians.

Goalkeeper Guido Herrera stopped the penalty from Moura in the first instance, but Ospina decided to repeat it considering that the Córdoba player had gone ahead in his save. On the second opportunity, Moura did not fail and made it 1 to 0.

Towards the end of the match, which had San Pablo with the advantage at all times, Luciano received a ball far from the area but scored from that distance to make it 2-0 at 90 minutes: the shot went over Herrera, who was ahead of the arch.

Already in the last part of the match, Navarro entered the Brazilian game and knocked down Michel Araújo with a blow, and referee Ospina showed him the red card that will sideline him, at least, from the first leg of the round of 16.

Synthesis of Saint Paul vs. Workshops for the Copa Libertadores

Source: Ambito

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