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Palmeiras and San Lorenzo tied without goals

Palmeiras and San Lorenzo tied without goals

Palmeiras and Ciclón failed to open the scoring in the match corresponding to date 6 of group F, played this Thursday at the Allianz Parque stadium.

Palmeiras had greater possession of the ball during the match (71% on average) but it was not reflected on the scoreboard and only managed to tie against San Lorenzo.

The figure of the meeting was Facundo Altamirano. The San Lorenzo goalkeeper had a great performance against Palmeiras because he saved 4 shots.

Gustavo Gómez was also a crucial figure in defense during the match. The Palmeiras defender was important because he recovered 4 balls and cleared 3 dangerous balls.

It was a game with many fouls and numerous interruptions. There were several reprimands: Alexis Cuello, Richard Rios, Jhohan Romaña and Malcom Braida.

Palmeiras coach, Abel Ferreira, arranged a 4-5-1 formation on the field with Weverton in goal; Marcos Rocha, Gustavo Gómez, Murilo Cerqueira and Joaquín Piquerez on the defensive line; Richard Rios, Aníbal Moreno, Luis Guilherme, Raphael Veiga and Estêvão in the middle; and Endrick in attack.

For their part, those led by Leandro Romagnoli stood with a 5-4-1 strategy with Facundo Altamirano between the three sticks; Agustín Giay, Gonzalo Luján, Jhohan Romaña, Gastón Campi and Malcom Braida in defense; Iván Leguizamón, Elián Irala, Eric Remedi and Alexis Cuello in the midfield; and Adam Bareiro up front.

The referee designated for the match was Felipe González Alveal.

Both teams advance to the next stage. Palmeiras leads Group F with 14 points and San Lorenzo came in second place with 8 points.

Changes in Palmeiras
  • 61′ 2T – Estêvão Willian Almeida de Oliveira Gonçalves left for Ronielson da Silva Barbosa
  • 62′ 2T – Raphael Cavalcante Veiga left for José Manuel Alberto López
  • 69′ 2T – Endrick Felipe Moreira de Sousa left for Rômulo Azevedo Simão
  • 79′ 2T – Aníbal Ismael Moreno left for Mayke Rocha de Oliveira
  • 80′ 2T – Gustavo Raúl Gómez Portillo came out for Gabriel Vinicius Menino
Changes in San Lorenzo
  • 86′ 2T – Alexis Ricardo Cuello left for Ezequiel Osvaldo Cerutti
  • 90′ 2T – Adam Fernando Bareiro Gamarra came out for Diego Fernando Herazo Moreno
  • 93′ 2T – Iván Ezequiel Leguizamón left for Francisco Perruzzi

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