Flamengo returns to face Maringá-PR on April 26th
The Maringa Public Relations Club was established in 2010, and defeated Flamengo 2-0, last Thursday (13), in the first leg of the third stage of the Brazilian Cup. The return takes place on April 26 and qualifies for qualification in the Round of 16 of the National Knockout Round. Already thinking about the decisive duel, the coach of the team from Paraná, Jorge Castillo, was surprised to reveal his intention to measure forces with Robro-Negro at the Maracanã.
– You first have to understand how Sampaoli’s assembly will be for us to assemble our strategy. Anyone else in my position would say in all caps: “I’m closed because I don’t want to compromise on a goal.” But we have a game model and players to fulfill this role, our team is physical -, He said.
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In addition, in an interview with Jovem Pan Esportes, Maringá coach revealed the game scheme he will use: “Let’s follow the model. We played 4-3-3 with the high line, we played Flamengo and Atlético Paranaense this way. It’s our game model.” I finish.
By beating Flamengo 2-0, they could lose out on goal difference to Marenga, who, however, would be seeded into the Round of 16 of the Copa do Brasil. The second leg is scheduled for April 26, in the Maracanã, at 21:30 (Brasilia time).
But before that, Flamengo still had two commitments. On Wednesday (19), they will face Nublense (Che), in the second round of the group stage in the Libertadores. The ball rolls at 21:30 (Brasilian time), in the Maracanã. Shortly after, on Sunday (23), he visited Rubro Negro Internacional, in Beira-Rio, at 11 am (Brasilian time), in a match valid for Brasileirao.
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