It’s Libertadores Life Report Day! After winning 2-1 at El Campin in Bogotain Colombia, Fluminense They face Millonarios, on Tuesday evening, in the second leg of the second stage of Pré-Libertadores – remember that there is no longer a goal (scored away from home) that qualifies as a tiebreaker. With flu effect with equalizer advantage, the ball rolls at 21:30 (Brasilia time) in São Janorio – Click here to continue.
a Fluminense Arrived loaded with nine consecutive wins for the game – Something I haven’t done in official matches since 1941. The team is having a great moment: it is the leader of the Carioca Championship and comes after a 2-0 win over Vasco – playing with a team that has been seen as an alternative so far. After winning the first game 2-1 at the height of El Campín, Abel Braga is evenly ahead on the scoreboard. If the club is defeated by a goal difference, the place is decided by a penalty shootout. According to the classification, the flu will have the support of the masses, Who sold tickets two days ago.
Even with the 2-1 defeat at home, coach Alberto Gameiro didn’t want to feel weak or give up points. In the press conferences that followed the match, the coach highlighted the performance of his team, which played with less than one in most of the confrontation in El Campin, and even caused difficulties for the Abel Braga team. According to the captain, even if he is far from his fields, he hopes that Millonarios will seek to play and act under pressure to get the classification – as happened at the start of the match, before Sosa was sent off.
Looking back: The two teams have faced each other three times in history, twice in friendly tournaments held in Bogotá in the 1960s, and once last week. a Fluminense Win all 3 matches and achieve 100% match success.
Fluminense Coach: Abel Braga
Without being able to count on Fred, who suffered a thigh injury in the match in Bogotá, as expected, Abel would send forward Kano for the match. The coach’s only doubt regarding the team that faced Millonarios in Colombia is on the right side. Caligari, who started the match, felt muscle discomfort in his thigh during the match and avoided Vasco. He’s going to fencing in São Januaro, but it’s still not sure if he’ll start playing. If he is unable to act, then Samuel Xavier should be the start.
Possible starting lineup: Fabio; Nino, Felipe Melo, and David Brazz; Caligari (Samuel Xavier), Andre Iago and Chris Silva; Louise Henrique and Willian Begood and Kano.
Possible lineup for Fluminense – Photo: ge
- Who is out: Fred (groin injury), Luan Freitas (right knee), JFK (right foot), Marlon (right knee), and David Duarte (left thigh).
Melonarios – Coach: Alberto Gameiro
Coach Alberto Gameiro saved the first team in the final match of the Colombian championship on Saturday. The travel owners have even been to Brazil before on a chartered flight. The first part of the team landed in Rio de Janeiro in the early hours of Sunday morning – substitutes late in the morning. On Tuesday’s match, the Colombian national team will not be able to count on Sosa, who scored the goal in the Bogota match. The player has been sent off and the team will miss it.
Possible starting lineup: Álvaro Montero; Roman, Lynas, Vargas, and Bertil; Vega, Vasquez, Daniel Ruiz, Macalister Silva, and Richard Seles; Hirazu.
Possible lineup for Melonarius – Photo: ge
- Who is out: Sousa, sent off in the first game.
- Rule: Fernando Rapallini (Argentina)
- Helper 1: Juan Plati (Argentina)
- Helper 2: Diego Bonfa (Argentina)
NB: In the Libertadores, there is only VAR from the round of 16 onwards.
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