For key 8 of CONMEBOL – Copa Libertadores 2023, the match played this Thursday ended 2-1 in favor of the Blues. The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Leonardo Castro (16′ 2T) and Daniel Cataño (23′ 2T). While the visitor’s goal was scored by Ismael Díaz (37′ 1T, from a penalty).
Daniel Cataño had a great performance. The Millonarios midfielder scored 1 goal, made 35 correct passes and was encouraged to kick 5 times.
Larry Vásquez also had a good performance. The Millonarios midfielder made 105 correct passes and stole 7 balls.
It was a duel that was stopped, due to the high accumulation of infractions within the field. There were a large number of reprimands: Franklin Guerra, Gregori Anangonó, Santiago Zamora, Andrés Llinás, Facundo Martínez, Larry Vásquez and Oscar Vanegas. Franklin Guerra was sent off after receiving his second yellow, in the 43rd minute of the first half.
The DT of Millonarios, Alberto Gamero, presented a 4-5-1 tactical arrangement with Álvaro Montero in goal; Elvis Perlaza, Andrés Llinás, Juan Pablo Vargas and Omar Bertel on the defensive line; Daniel Giraldo, Larry Vásquez, Oscar Cortés, David Mackalister and Daniel Cataño in the middle; and Leonardo Castro in the attack.
For their part, Daniel Neculman’s team came out with a 4-3-3 tactical arrangement with Darwin Cuero under the three sticks; Gregori Anangonó, Tomás Oneto, Franklin Guerra and Layan Loor in defense; Santiago Zamora, Kevin Minda and Facundo Martínez in midfield; and Aron Rodríguez, Cristian Colmán and Ismael Díaz up front.
Facundo Tello Figueroa was the referee chosen for the match at Campín.
With this victory, the Blues left U.Católica out of the tournament and entered the Third Phase of CONMEBOL – Copa Libertadores 2023.
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