After beating Paraguay 3-0, Colombia regained confidence in the team and, by the way, took a breather as they scored again, a shortcoming for which they were criticized by the fans, who recognize their effort on the pitch but demand more forcefully.
The coach Héctor Cárdenas has said that against Ecuador he hopes to continue on the scoring path that the team showed on Friday.
Ecuador, the country that won the last South American of the category, played in Chile four years ago, lost with its team on the first two dates of the final phase.
A circumstance that makes ‘la Tri’ even more dangerous, according to Cárdenas.
The game will be played today at 8 p.m. at the El Campín stadium and closes the third day of the final hexagon.
In the other matches of the day, the under-20 teams of Brazil and Uruguay will be aiming for victory at the expense of those of Paraguay and Venezuela, on the third date of the South American’s final hexagon, to anticipate their qualification for this year’s category World Cup in Indonesia.
The South American Sub’20 Championship provides four places for the World Cup in Indonesia, which takes place from May 20 to June 11.
‘La Verdeamarela’, who is running with a perfect score thanks to his two wins in a row in the final phase, has his entire squad ready for Paraguay in the El Campín stadium.
Uruguay, which also has six points like Brazil, is led by Venezuela on this day, which ironically missed a goal despite attacking play and pressure. He also reaches the third day with an integer.
Source: El heraldo
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