December 9, 2021

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Santos hit the roof in Canada

Santos coach Eric Rodriguez said before facing Canada’s Forge in the second leg of the Confederations Cup, “We have to play a brilliant game.

“We can’t go back to defend the 3-1 advantage of the first leg, so it seems to me that the option of looking for a goal can serve us the most,” he added.

In the end, Santos was defeated, lost 3-0 and gave the Canadians a passport to the semifinals.

The party presented the most accurate events.

Santos gave the initiative to Forge in the first half, which is difficult to explain as a tactical mistake or success of his coach.

The Quabils team did not stop the bus under the law defended by Kevin Ruiz, but it was clearly stopped on the court 5-4-1, showing more interest in defending the advantage of the first leg. Series in support of him.

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Then we saw five rows in defense and four midfielders of the smaller brand: Bardella, Oswaldo and two Lopez: Douglas and Brian. In crime, Japan East only.

Suppose Dan Eric’s approach had a certain logic. Start the game with a two-goal advantage and wait for events.

But that tactical dream begins to crumble in the 28th minute with a goal from Panamanian Omar Brownie.

Santos is at the expense of getting another goal. Unfortunately, Javon wastes the clear opportunity to score without joining Christopher Menisse, who has been waiting for service with the networks at his disposal.

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But in the first 20 minutes of the second half, Santos, advancing in the rows, showed that he could shake the opponent’s strings, leveling Paredella past the offensive zone. After a long and magical service from the East it got to Bardella, but he finished the law. This is the goal that can give the guapilinos classification.

Immediately, Forge finished the game, Molham Papouli’s score was 66, and the big question was what would have happened if Santos had attacked from the 46th minute and not from the 1st minute.

Costa Rican Joshua Navarro put Cherry at the Canadian cake with a score of 3-0 at 82.

Did Eric Rodriguez give the rival the first half?

From 46 to 65 minutes for good football provided by Santos, the answer is yes.

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