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Colombia beat Venezuela, Brazil and Uruguay in a goalless draw

Colombia beat Venezuela, Brazil and Uruguay in a goalless draw

Colombia beat Venezuela 4-2, while Brazil and Uruguay fought to a goalless draw on the second day of the 2013 U-15 Sudamericano in Bolivia.

Colombia got goals from Edwin Cetre and Edward Bolaños. Venezuela got theirs from Anthony Trujillo and Yhange Herrera.

The match that opened Group B play was held at the Gilberto Parada stadium in Montero.

VENEZUELA

1. Wuiker Fariñez, 17. Diego Hidalgo, 8. Yhange Herrera, 18. Victor Rivero, 14. Sergio Sulvaran, 7. Edson Tortolero, 10. Daniel Saggiomo, 9. Marco Farizato, 11. Ronaldo Chacón, 2. José Acosta and 3 Cristopher Camilli. COACH. Ceferino

YELLOW CARDS: 8. Yhange Herrera, 14. Sergio Sulvaran, 9. Marco Farizato

CHANGES: 19. Starling Yendio x 7 (52’), 5. Anthony Trujillo x10 (68’) and 13. Víctor Arias x 11 (72’)

GOALS: 5. Anthony Trujillo 70’, 8. Yhange Herrera 80’ tp

COLOMBIA

12. Luis Garcia, 2. Juan Posada, 5. Stiven Vesque, 14. Jhon Lucumi, 4. Hugo Daza, 8. David Pérez, 10 Jhon Aramayo, 6. Jesús Marimon, 21. Ronaldo Ariza, 18. Edwin Cetre and 9. Edward Bolaños. COACH. Jorge Serna.

YELLOW CARDS: Edward Bolaños 49’, 21. Ronaldo Ariza, 10 Jhon Aramayo.

CHANGES: 17. Andres Mosquera x 8 (52’), 3. Jefferson Valdeblanquez x 2 (53’) and 13. Juan Rengifo (81’)

GOALS: Edwin Cetre 13’ y 67’ and Edward Bolaños 25’ and 68’

REFEREES: Central Guery Vargas (Bol.); Assistant 1: Javier Bustillo (Bol.); Assistant 2:. Victor Raez (Per); 4th official: Miguel Santivañez (Per).

Brazil and Uruguay

Brazil and Uruguay fought to a scoreless draw.

In their next game, Uruguay faces Chile, while Brazil plays Venezuela.

BRAZIL

1.Julian Chade, 3. Gustavo Rissi, 4. Jose Marcos Alvez, 5. Riuler Oliveira, 6.Caique da Silva, 7. Matheus Pereira, 8. Lincoln Santos, 9. Carcelo Souza, 10. Mateus Vidal, 11. Evander Silva and 15. Anderson Carvalho. COACH:  Caio Zanardi

YELLOW CARDS: 3. Gustavo Rissi 56’, 4. Jose Marcos Alvez 67’, 5. Riuler Oliveira 88’

CHANGES: 2. Gustavo Javier x 8, 17. Mauro Junior  x 11 and 20. Vinicius Lima x 10

URUGUAY

1.Victor Mazza, 2. Francisco Ibáñez, 3. Joaquin Varela, 4. Maximiliano Silvera, 5. Roberto Fernandez, 6. Santiago Perez, 7. Ignacio Neira, 9.Diego Rossi, 10. Federico Valverde, 11 Santiago Ramirez and 16. Mathias de los Santos. COACH. Alejandro Garay

YELLOW CARDS:  6. Santiago Perez 54’

CHANGES: 19. Nicolas Schiapacasse x10, 17. Fernando Olivera x 11 and 14. Marcelo Sarachi x 7

REFEREES: Central: Pablo Diaz (Arg); Assistant 1: Ezequiel Brailovsky (Arg); Assistant 2: Eduardo Cardozo (Par); 4th Official: Mario Diaz (Par).

 

 

Data provided by Mr Javier Silvia and Rene D. Rivero Méndez of the Bolivian Football Federation.