Internacional defeated Fortaleza, today (19), at the Beira Rio stadium with a goal in stoppage time. The match valid for the 21st round of the Brazilian championship had the visiting team the most obvious chances, a red card for each side, but in the end a good shot was made for Heitor and Yuri Alberto. The duo created the play, after the winger, and Edenelson made it 1-0.
Renzo Saravia and David were sent off, after a fight and a stampede in the second half.
The score makes Inter up to 29 points and enter the fight for a place in the G6 of Brazil. The Rio Grande do Sul team closes on Sunday with focus on Corinthians vs America-MG and Fluminense vs Cuiaba matches to finish the round atop the table.
In the next round, he receives Internacional Bahia and visits Fortaleza Sport. Both matches will be played on Sunday (26).
Who has worked well: Lucas Lima
Camisa 25 distributed short and long passes, participated in Fortaleza’s great chances in the match and was one of the players who played the most ball during the match. He left in the middle of the second half.
Who Was Wrong: Patrick
Shirt 88 had difficulties assisting in the attack. In defense, wiggle. Throughout the game he missed short passes. The final stage of the match was tied.
Daniel shines in the back and Hector is smart
The Internacional goalkeeper made at least three great saves during the match. In one attempt, it included two consecutive interventions. His performance allowed Rio Grande do Sul to continue without conceding goals. And in the end, the right winger formed at the base of Beira Rio showed his wit by quickly attacking Yuri Alberto to serve Edenilson, in a move that ended with the ball in the net.
Inter takes time to “enter” the game
Inter took a long time to fit the mark and even longer to create something. The first shot on goal came at only 38 of the first half. Until then, Diego Aguirre’s side had more possession of the ball and struggled to get creative in attack. Duo Rodrigo Lindoso and Rodrigo Dourado were undone multiple times to help Edenilson start the moves. It was a little bit anyway.
In the second half, after another poor start, Inter improved. Boschilia added more creativity by entering Mauricio’s job. Rio Grande do Sul created at least two chances. With 10 on the field, Diego Aguirre made more changes and Internacional continued to level up. However, in the end there was a good shot from the attack to take advantage of the opponent’s exposed defense.
Fortaleza explores sides and dominates
Vojvoda kept the routine, built well on both sides and used the matrix with three defenders to create many difficulties for Inter. Just a minute later, Henríquez lost a great opportunity inside the area. Ederson had the chance again before the break.
On the way back to the second half, the performance remained the same. Robson had two chances inside the area and in one of them, Moses took control of the line. There was still a chance with Yago Pikachu before Ceará’s team lowered the pressure in attack.
International 1 x 0 power
Date and time: 09/19/2021 (Sunday), 11:00 a.m. (Brasilia time)
Location: Beira-Rio Stadium, in Porto Alegre (RS)
Referee: Edina Alves Batista (SP)
Assistants: Newsa Ines Pac (SP) and Leila Nayara Moreira da Cruz (Defender)
Video technology: Rodrigo Garrizo Ferreira do Amaral (SP)
Yellow cards: Bruno Méndez, Moisés (INT); Marcelo Benevennotto (for)
Red cards: Saravia (INT); David (for)
Goal: Edenelson, 48 minutes into the second half (international)
International: Daniel; Saravia, Bruno Mendes, Cuesta and Moises (Paulo Victor); Rodrigo Dorado, Rodrigo Lindoso (Guerrero), Edenelson, Mauricio (Boschilia) and Patrick (Heitor); Yuri Albert
Artistic: Diego Aguirre
Castle: Philip Alves; Daniel Geddes, Marcelo Benevennotto, Tite; Iago Pikachu (Ronald), Ederson, Matthews Jossa, Lucas Lima (Depetri) and Lucas Krispim (Edinho); Robson (Wellington Paulista) and Angelo Henriquez (David)
Artistic: Juan Pablo Vojvoda
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