a Fluminense dominate Corinthians Tonight (26), he won 2-0 at the New Quémica Arena and moved up to fourth in Brazil. German Kano, the tournament’s top scorer, scored two goals and decided the 34th round match.
Fluminense reaches 58 points and regains fourth place, but Corinthians (57 points) could fit in on Saturday (29), when they visit Goias in a late-round match of 32. Tricolor returns to the field on Monday (31), against Ceará.
The result eliminates any chance for Corinthians to be the Brazilian champion. The tournament, by the way, is not decided tonight just because Inter beat Ciara in the comeback, 2-1And the Yes, Palmeiras dreamed of lifting the cup.
Best of the game: Gunner is the scorer
Brazil’s top scorer, German Cano, is always in the right place at the right time. It was the same in the two bids he recorded. Decisive for Fluminense in the game and in the season. Honorable reference to John Arias, who was also important and sought the ball at every point on the field, appeared in several places at once.
Corinthian performance: bad and lacking
It was one of Corinthians’ worst performances under Vitor Pereira. Not only was he oblivious to keeping an eye on Kano, the tournament’s top scorer, but he’s also disorganized and without any alternative. Orphaned by a wounded mosquito and Renato Augusto, he tries nothing, misses a lot and finds no way out. When he tried to score in attack, he let Fluminense escape by flipping the ball and had to run backwards the entire time.
Unsuccessful: Ramiro and Vital in the finals
It will be tough enough with Gustavo Mosquito on the field, and the striker’s injury has left Corinthians with no chance of attacking from either side. Ramiro took his place but, outside of his position, was unable to arrange anything offensively. On the flip side, Mateusz Vital barely took the ball. The team as a whole was much lower than it had been shown in previous matches.
Flu performance: dominate the whole game
Fluminense was a good first half. With more possession of the ball and good control of the match, Fernando Diniz’s strategy worked – and injuries to Corinthians continue to contribute. Even without building many clear scoring opportunities, Tricolor was effective when he arrived, relying on top scorer German Kano. In the second stage, Tricolor continued to dominate in front of the opponent on a bad night. Kano once again took advantage of a great opportunity, and cemented a good match for the Rio de Janeiro team, who deserved to win from start to finish. Highlighting Caligari, who has done well in the left, as well as Arias and Manuel, the key players in their sectors.
He was putting the flu first
The match was well balanced when John Arias single-handedly advanced on the right, hid the ball and hit a corner. The penalty kick was voided at the end of the first half and left in favor of German Cano, who got ahead of Roger Geddes and only needed to push it towards goal.
Corinthians try to score in attack
The goal scored made Corinthians devote more defences. He started defending up front, at Fluminense Square, and managed to steal some balls and was essentially jeopardized by a shot from Renato Augusto that veered off Nino. The visitors disappeared from the attack for fifteen minutes until Caligari attempted a long shot after a corner.
Mosquitoes and Renato Augusto leave injured
The first step of the match ended with an injury to Gustavo Mosquito, who was injured He fell crooked after an argument with the ball in attack and showed a lot of pain in his right knee. He ended up being replaced and missed by Ramiro, as Corinthians couldn’t establish from both sides. Half an hour later, it was Renato Augusto’s turn to put his hand behind his right thigh and was replaced by Giuliano. The final balance of the two hits was a team that was quite combative, but wasn’t very creative until the break—only arriving once, in a steady piece.
More battles than football
The second half started with sharp disagreements, much more than the chances of scoring goals. The move that ignited the match was a mistake by Cano on Cassio, inside the area, followed by the goalkeeper’s hand to the striker’s face. football There were a few, including a goal that Fluminense had disallowed for offside. Overall, Corinth came back from break worse than it had been before.
Cano makes one more and solves the game
Fluminense was already the master of the match when Caligari hit a minute cross at the second post, waiting for Kano to serve first and make the visitors second. This was a mercy coup for Corinthians, who were unable to break out of the opponent’s field at any point in the match. From there until the end, both teams waited for time to pass – however Yago Felipe took third place.
Felipe Melo has been suspended from the bench
After an argument with a Corinthians fan on board, yesterday (25)Felipe Melo came off the bench only in the 38th minute of the second half against Corinthians. The most notable moment – only negative – was when he received a yellow card while still off the field. After Cano and Cassio’s bid, the midfielder complained a lot about the punishment and the reserve goalkeeper for São Paulo, a fact he celebrated at the New Coimica Arena. However, he was suspended and will not be available for Fernando Dinez against Ciara, on Monday (31).
Corinthians 0 × 2 fluorescence
Competition: Brazilian Championship Round 34
date and time: October 26, 2022 at 9:45 pm (Brasilia time)
place: Neo Química Arena, in São Paulo- SP
Rule: Leandro Pedro Voadin (RS)
Auxiliaries: Rafael da Silva Alves (FIFA) and Thiago Augusto Capis Diel (Russia)
Video Assistant Referee: Wagner Rawi (PB)
yellow cards: Ramiro, Wagner (Corinthians); Samuel Xavier, Philippe Mello, Kano (Fluminense)
Objectives: Kano, in the 11th minute of the first half and in the 25th minute of the second half
Corinth: Cassius. Wagner (Giovanni), Gil and Balbuena (Bruno Mendes), and Fabio Santos; de Queiroz, Fausto Vera, and Renato Augusto (Giuliano); Mateus Vital, Gustavo Mosquito (Ramero, later Rooney) and Roger Geddes. Coach: Vitor Pereira.
Fluminence: Fabio, Samuel Xavier, Nino, Manuel & Caligari (Cristiano); Andre and Martinelli (Felipe Melo) and Iago Philippe and Gansu; Arias and Kanu (Nathan). Coach: Fernando Deniz.
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