1-0: Paranaense’s victory makes them co-leader

The Athletico Paranaense beat the Bolivian 1-0 this Thursday The Strongest and with the victory reached the first position of Group B of the Libertadores Cup, next to the Paraguayan Libertad. The goal of the team from the city of Curitiba, which has 4 points in the two games played so far, was scored from a penalty by Uruguayan David Terans.

The “Furacao” (hurricane) equalized on the first day 0-0 in their visit to Venezuelan Caracas, while The Strongest gave up a 1-1 tie in La Paz against Libertad, which the day before, in their second match, they beat in Asunción 2-1 to Caracas.

Under the command of Fabio Carille, who was hired a day earlier after the departure of Alberto Valentim and only accompanied one team training session, Paranaense sought to impose conditions from the start, but found a rival well planted in defense.

The homeowners always looked for the exit on the right side of the Colombian winger Luis Orejuela, the shots of the Ecuadorian Bryan García and the sharp attacking plays of the Argentine creative Tomás Cuello and the attackers Terans and Pablo.

Agustín Canobbio (Paranaense) disputes a ball with Juan Aponte

Agustín Canobbio (Paranaense) disputes a ball with Juan Aponte

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The goal came after visiting defender Saúl Torres brought down Vitinho, who had just entered, in the area in the 62nd minute, and Argentine referee Darío Herrera sanctioned the penalty in favor of Paranaense. The penalty was converted by Terans in the 64th minute.

After the goal, the coach of the Bolivian team, the Argentine Cristian Díaz, made some variations, in which he put his large South American foreign legion into action, but without bringing danger to the local goal defended by Bento.

Next Tuesday, Paranaense, current champion of the South American Cup, will visit Libertad and a day later The Strongest will host Caracas.



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