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In turn, Flamengo surpasses Atlético MG and remains the leader of the Brazil U-20 team – Flamengo – Flamengo news and games

In turn, Flamengo surpasses Atlético MG and remains the leader of the Brazil U-20 team – Flamengo – Flamengo news and games

Flamengo’s goals were scored by Matiosao, Pedrino and Ryan Luca


If Flamengo’s professional team is having a turbulent time, Rubro-Negro’s under-20 team is still on the rise. On Friday (07), Mais Querido beat Atlético-MG by 3 to 1, in an upset, play away from home. The match, which took place at the Estádio Castor Cifuentes, in Nova Lima-MG, was valid for the sixth round of the Brazilian Class Championship. Fla leads the tournament, while the Miners lost immunity at home.


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Yan opened the scoring for Atlético MG after just five minutes of play. The red and black tie came in the first stage, in the 45th minute, with Mateussau, in a shot from the starting point by the striker. At the end of the duel, Pedrino took advantage of a great display by Peterson to turn the game around, in the 45th minute. Already in the extras, Peterson was again involved decisively, when he suffered a penalty kick converted by Ryan Luca.

For the showdown, coach Mario Jorge had “reinforcements” from four athletes who are part of Vitor Pereira’s squad, but are still old enough to play in the under-20s: defender Clayton, defensive midfielder Igor Jesus, attacking midfielder Werton and striker Mateusau. . Other names capable of playing in the tournament, such as Victor Hugo, Matheus França and Matheus Gonçalves continued in the main group to prepare for the Campeonato Carioca Final, on Sunday (07), against Fluminensein the Maracanã.

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With the result of the Minas Gerais match, Flamengo achieved its fifth consecutive victory. The only defeat occurred in the debut of Corinthians. In the sequence, Fla FluminenseBotafogo, Bragantino, Ceará and now Atlético-MG. The Brazilian Championship is divided into two groups of ten teams, and the top four in each group qualify for the quarter-finals.

Flamengo’s next match in the tournament will be next Wednesday (12) against Internacional, led by Robro Negro, at 3 pm (Brasilia time). The duel’s location has not been confirmed by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), but Mingo was playing in the competition in Javea.