defenders Pedro Henrique And the Thiago Heleno Defense and attacker order Vitor Rock You need a ball to decide. In the end, the Athlete had won the students 1-0 this Thursday, at Jorge Luis Hershey Stadium, in the second leg of the Libertadores quarter-final.
With classification, hurricane faces Palm trees in the semi-finals. The matches will be played on August 30 (Arena da Baixada) and September 6 (Allianz Parque).
Students against Atletico Pedro Henrique – Photo: Staff Images / CONMEBOL
Pedro Henrique and Thiago HelenoThe Atlético duo really excelled in the first game and knew they needed a perfect match and they practically did it, mainly due to the powerful aerial ball provided by Bencha. Pedro Henrique already established himself early on and avoided two dangerous transmissions, as well as impeccable positioning. On the other hand, Thiago Heleno rose to the nickname “General da Baixada” with many low and high interceptions – the only mistake at the end was when Mendes missed. Grade: 8.0
Khalvin and Fernandinho: As in the first leg, the winger and midfielder played well. Khlevin made the only surrender to Athletica in the first half and put in a great defensive performance, although he wasn’t fierce up front – something that was generic. Fernandinho knew how to use his expertise to control mood and the ball, as well as “run right,” as soccer slang says. Grade: 7.0
Vitor Rock: The 17-year-old striker came in during the second half and couldn’t light the match, but all it took was one ball. Vetinho made a great solo move and crossed the area for Vitor Roc to anticipate the goalkeeper and score. Grade: 8.0
- bento [GOL]: 7.0
- back [LAD]: 7.0
- Pedro Henrique [ZAG]: 8.0
- Thiago Heleno [ZAG]: 8.0
- Abner [LAE]: 7.0
- Hugo Mora [VOL]: 5.5
- Fernandinho [VOL]: 7.0
- (Eric [VOL]: 6.0)
- Alex Santana [MEC]: 6.0
- (David Terrance [MEC]: 6.5)
- kwil [ATA]: 6.0
- (Vetino [ATA]: 7.0)
- Canopio [ATA]: 5.0
- (Romulus [ATA]: 5.0)
- Pablo [ATA]: 5.0
- (Victor Rock [ATA]: 8.0)
a Athlete Back to the field against flamingo On Sunday, at 4 pm, in the Maracana, for the twenty-second round of the Brazilian League. Hurricane ranks fourth with 37 points.
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