This Wednesday, in key 2 of CONMEBOL – Copa Libertadores 2023, Fluminense celebrated at the Beira-Rio against Inter. The goal of the match for the local team was scored by Gabriel Mercado (9′ 1T). While the away goals were scored by John Kennedy (35′ 2T) and Germán Cano (41′ 2T).
A highlight of the match was Germán Cano’s goal in the 41st minute of the second half. After receiving a cross from John Kennedy, the forward shot at the goal from the large area and beat the rival goalkeeper, who could do nothing.
Internacional shot many more times at the goal than its rival (17 shots) but it was not enough to turn the result around and was left without the victory.
The figure of the meeting was Germán Cano. The Fluminense forward scored 1 goal, kicked the goal 3 times against Internacional and gave 11 correct passes.
Another of the key footballers at Beira-Rio was John Kennedy. The Fluminense forward scored 1 goal, kicked the goal twice against Internacional and gave 4 correct passes.
It was a closely contested match with fouls on both sides. There were 2 reprimands: Mattheus Martinelli and Bruno Henrique.
Inter’s coach, Eduardo Coudet, had a 4-4-2 formation on the field with Sergio Rochet in goal; Hugo Mallo, Gabriel Mercado, Vitão and Renê on the defensive line; Alan Patrick, Charles Aránguiz, Johnny Cardoso and Maurício in the middle; and Enner Valencia and Wanderson in attack.
For their part, those led by Fernando Diniz Silva stood with a 4-5-1 strategy with Fábio between the three sticks; Guga, Nino, Felipe Melo and Marcelo in defense; Alexsander, André Trindade, Jhon Arias, Paulo Ganso and Keno in the midfield; and Germán Cano up front.
The referee designated for the match was Jesús Valenzuela Sáez.
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