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Led by Everton Ribeiro, Flamengo won Talleres (Argentina) and were undefeated in the Libertadores.

Led by Everton Ribeiro, Flamengo won Talleres (Argentina) and were undefeated in the Libertadores.

Acting for the first time in the Maracana in this version of the Copa Libertadores, and flamingo beat Talleres (Argentina) 3-1 this Tuesday, The isolated group H leader remained after two rounds. The presentation highlighted the good performance of the offensive quartet. Thus, Gabigol had to take a penalty, and Everton Ribeiro, twice, to score the goals of the confrontation. Vertoli scored for the Argentines, in a rare opportunity by the end of the first stage.

By defeating the Maracana, Flamengo leads Group H alone with six points. Universidad Católica – who beat Sporting Cristal this Tuesday in Santiago – and Talleres add up to three points and finish second and third in the group, respectively. The third round will take place on April 26 and 28. Watch the clashes and the full classification of the Libertadores!

Quartet dominates the dark black rhythm

Flamengo dominated the match from the start, with the attacking quartet of Everton Ribeiro, Arascaeta, Bruno Henrique and Gabigol threatening. With the good changes in position, Paulo Sousa’s team had no trouble engaging Talleres’ defense. So, in the tenth minute, in an attempt in which BH and Gabi took part, the Uruguayan invaded the area, “hide the ball” and fell to the ground. From the penalty spot, the jersey opened 9 scoring.

If Flamengo weren’t overwhelming, it was the team that offered a safety they haven’t had this season until then. Therefore, with possession of the ball, soon more opportunities arose. Advance on the right, Matteosinho cross of Bruno Henrique, whose header, minutes later, started the number 27 shirt on the left and played in the middle, looking for Arascaeta who did not arrive. At the entrance to the area, Everton Ribeiro made the first shot, low and without a chance for goalkeeper Herrera: 2-0 in the 26th minute.

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Talleris has one chance

In Flamengo’s first match, with the Libertadores, in the Maracana, attention was also focused on Santos, who made his debut at the start of the match. The fact is that the goalkeeper would go for the break without soiling the uniform, but the passivity of the defense of David Luiz, Willian Arau and Rodini offered Talleres easy access and exchange of passes into the area. So, when Girotti touched his heel and Vertoli filled his foot, the number 20 could do nothing.

Another goal and a RED-BLACK party!

Returning to the match after Vertoli’s superb goal, Talleres returned wanting to upset Flamengo in the final stage. Santos, with Girotti’s surrender, saved well after two minutes. Coach Pedro Caichinha made three substitutions, but then saw another good move with the Red and Black attack. Bruno Henrique provided the assist for Everton Ribeiro, who conquered the area and eliminated goalkeeper Herrera. A goal that gave peace to Paulo Sousa’s team.

The second goal of the 7 shirt – which found plenty of freedom in the middle of the field – stopped Talleres’ momentum, who, due to missed opportunities, fell from Flamengo, from being defeated in the final minutes. Pedro got two chances as soon as he got in. In the first, Herrera defended, and the second shot came close to the post and did not prevent the fans from celebrating until after the final whistle.

data sheet
FLAMENGO 3X1 TALLERES (ARG) – Round 1 of Group H in the Libertadores

Date and time: 04/12/2022, 21:30 (Brasilia time)
Sweetened: Maracana in Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
to rule: Jesus Valenzuela (VEN)
Auxiliaries: Lupine Torrealba (Vinn) and Alberto Ponte (Vin)
Income / Audience: 2,427,420.00 BRL / 39,627 Payment / 42,915 Gift

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Objectives: Gabigol (1-0, 10min/1), Everton Ribeiro (2-0, 26min/1), Feroli (2-1, 45min/1), Everton Ribeiro (3-1, 15min/1)

yellow card: Joao Gomez, Felipe Luis, Gabijol and Thiago Maya (FLA); Rafael Perez, Martino and Valois (TAL)
red card: he was not there.

Flamengo (Coach: Paulo Sousa)

Saints. Willian Arau, David Luiz and Filipe Luis (Andreas Pereira, 18 min/sec); Matteosinho (Rodini, 32min/1ºT), Joao Gomez, Thiago Maia (Leo Pereira, 18min/2ºT) and Everton Ribeiro; Arrascaeta, Bruno Henrique (Marinho, 32 ft/2ºT) and Gabigol (Pedro, 32 ft/2ºT)

Talleres (Coach: Pedro Caixinha)

Herrera. Catalan, Benavidez, Rafael Perez and Enzo Diaz (Romero, 37 min/sec); Villagra, I. Méndez and Esquivel (Valoyes, 8’/2ºT); Vertoli (Martino, 8 d/2), Oliva (Santos, 8 d/2) and Girotti.