What happens to a Corinthians team that, despite not losing in ten matches, has drawn in its last five, three of them at New Coimica Stadium? This is the answer that will be sought internally as of Tuesday, when the cast returns to CT Joaquim Grava.
Managers haven’t given interview yet the bad score against Always Ready-BOL Reserves and the poor performance and score against América-MG. On the other hand, at the same time, fans flooded social networks with the most diverse theories about low income.
rotation? physical part? Technical fall of athletes? A broken relationship between Vitor Pereira and his team? Too many tactical changes? trustless? Discount fit? Lack of good options in the bank? There was no shortage of diagnoses on social media.
Regardless of the reason for the fall aside, the Corinthians fan feels indignation and resentment after the team failed to beat the Bolivian reserve at home – despite the chances created – and was practically worse than América-MG in 90 minutes.
A different feeling than that which directed Corinthians in the previous three draws, when there was an understanding regarding a draw with Internacional (at Beira Rio), Boca Juniors (at Bombonera) and even against Sao Paulo at home, although in the first half, it was Worth keeping taboo.
Diwan will run at CT Joaquim Grava for four days. On Friday, the delegation travels to Goiania, where the team will face Atletico on Saturday, for Brazil. It will be an opportunity to increase immunity but, of course, to break the tie sequence that annoys Phil so much.
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