Corinthians achieved their second victory in Paulistao last Tuesday night, By defeating Guaraní 2-1, in turn, at Neo Química Arena. Alvinegro’s equalizing scorer, Roger Guedes, commented on the work difference between current coach Fernando Lazaro and former coach Vitor Pereira.
“The tactical part will always make a difference, I don’t think any coach is the same as the other, only when he is from the same school. But with Fernando we have an extra freedom, it’s not a criticism of Vitor, nothing like that, it’s his way of working. I’m very happy Fernando gives me freedom, so I hope to continue helping the team achieve goals and winsThe striker analyzed in an interview in the mixed area of the Alvingro stadium.
Timão’s No. 10 has had a great start to the seasonbeing the top scorer of CorinthiansHe has scored three goals in four matches so far. In addition to, Guedes led with three important offensive statisticsamong all the players in this year’s Campeonato Paulista, has become one of the key players in the competition.
Last night, the striker scored the equalizing goal for Alvengra, right in the stoppage time of the first stage, after receiving a good assist from Renato Augusto. With the goal scored, Timão was able to return more calmly to the final stage and managed to turn the match around in the first minutes of the second half, with a goal scored by Fabio Santos, after a header deflected by Yuri Alberto.
It should be noted that, in the Paulista’s championship debut, the number 10 commented on the better environment that Alvingra’s team had had this season. The player was damaged last year by Vitor Pereira, former coach of Corinthians.
Now, Timão has all week to prepare for Sunday’s derby against Sao Paulo. Majestoso will take place in Morumbi, 6:30pm, valid for the fifth round of the 2023 Paulista Championship.
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