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Eric Faria does not forgive Flamengo's performance and activates "Honest Mode": "It looks like a grill team"

Eric Faria does not forgive Flamengo’s performance and activates “Honest Mode”: “It looks like a grill team”


The journalist confirmed that the performance of the Carioca team at certain moments of the match was much lower than expected

Photo: Reproduction / SporTV - Eric Faria blasts a Flamengo performance at the Copa de Brazil
Photo: Reproduction / SporTV – Eric Faria blasts a Flamengo performance at the Copa de Brazil

Playing at home, for the second leg of the third stage of the Brazilian Football Cup flamingo They beat Altos from Piaui 2-0 with goals from Gabriel Barbosa and young Victor Hugo. With a positive result, lovable Qualified for the round of 16 of the competition.

However, despite the good result, not everyone agreed with the performance. The Rio de Janeiro team advanced to the next stage in the national championship, but the performance of the team led by coach Paulo Sousa was disputed. Both at the start of the match and at the end of the confrontation, Fla’s performance was a matter of contention.

Through a post on social networks, the journalist Eric Faria He gave his opinion of Flamengo’s performance at the end of the match against Piaui. “The end of the Flamingo game feels like a barbecue team. Seriously. It’s kind of surreal.”.

“Give Flamengo zero on goal. Zero. The lack of creativity in attack was impressive. 65/70 percent of possession and the Altos goalkeeper didn’t want to save it.”Eric continued, noting that Robro Negro Carioca’s performance in the first half was not good.

The journalist also highlighted that the youngsters who had the opportunities stood out in the match. “In a confused performance that the fans have every right to complain about… It is worth mentioning the good match of Marcos Paulo and the goal of Victor Hugo. So far, using youth is perhaps the best thing in Paulo Sousa’s work”.

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