March 22, 2023

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Inter will make changes to his start in Brazil and Mauricio cites "shortcuts" to surprise Gallo |  international

Inter will make changes to his start in Brazil and Mauricio cites “shortcuts” to surprise Gallo | international

Internacional will see changes to its squad for the first time in Brazil. The coaching staff took advantage of closed training on Saturday to work tactically with the team for the duel against Atlético MG, on Sunday, 4 p.m., in Mineirao. Midfielder Mauricio wants to explore the “shortcuts” that come as a surprise to the current Brazilian champion.

Preparations for the match ended with a training session without the press in attendance at Toca da Raposa, Cruzeiro’s training center, last Saturday afternoon. The coaching staff decided the line-up and strategy to face Atlético-MG.

We planned the match well with the committee, we have very good short cuts to attack and defense in-game. It’s been a week of a lot of travel, but we are focused and have a good rest in this match – said Mauricio.

Inter Milan midfielder – Photo: Riccardo Duarte / Disclosure, Internacional

Changes to face the rooster

ge found Medina trained a different formation and would hardly duplicate the lineup with Mercado on the left side. Midfielder Liziero must act impromptu in the sector.

Tyson and Wesley Moraes, who both suffered from muscle problems in Ecuador, are treated as suspicious. The clinical situation of the attacker worries the most. If the strikers are rejected by the medical department, Carlos de Pena and Alexandre Alemao, respectively, are the most likely to join the squad.

Possible Inter: Daniel. Bustos, Bruno Mendes, Kayek Rocha and Liziero; Gabriel, Johnny, and Edenelson; Mauricio, Tyson (De Pena) and Alexander Alemau (Wesley)

Colorado arrived in Belo Horizonte on Friday after a problem with the plane that was flying from Manta, Ecuador, to the capital, Minas Gerais.

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