Brazil wins 5-1 over Ecuador in Copa América de Futsal debut

Brazil wins 5-1 over Ecuador in Copa América de Futsal debut

The Brazilian team was left on the court this Saturday (29) in their debut against Ecuador in the Copa América de Futsal, in Asunción (Paraguay), with a 5-1 rout in the first round of the group stage. Players Bruno, Pito, João Victor, Daniel and Taffy swung the nets in favor of Brazil, and Montaño scored the goal of honor for the Ecuadorian team. Current champion (2017), Brazil is in search of the 11th title in the competition. Brazil wins 5-1 over Ecuador in Copa América de Futsal debut

The victory raised Brazil to the leadership of the Group 1, which also has Uruguay, Colombia and Chile. The team’s next duel will be against Chile, on Monday (31), at 15:00 (Brasília time).

Brazil, led by coach Marquinhos Xavier, had a devastating first half, opening a 4-0 lead. Bruno was the first to score in the seventh minute, and the team had barely finished celebrating and Pito scored the second for the selection. Then it was João Vitor’s turn to score five minutes from the end of the first half, and there was still time for Daniel to leave his.

After the break, the selection slowed down, and Ecuador took the opportunity to reduce the damage: in the seventh minute, Montaño scored the only goal for the Ecuadorians. At six minutes into the game, Bruno Taffy dropped an indefensible bomb and completed the rout: 5 to 1.



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