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James changes the match, and Colombia wins over Spain and breaks the historical taboo

James changes the match, and Colombia wins over Spain and breaks the historical taboo

The match also featured players playing in Brazilian football. While John Arias, from Fluminense, participated with Colombia, James Rodriguez, from Sao Paulo, Richard Rios, from Palmeiras, and Borre, from Internacional, came on in the second half.

Now Colombia returns to the field next Tuesday (26) and faces Romania. The ball starts at 4:30pm (Brasilia time). Spain will face Brazil on the same day, but an hour later, at 5:30 p.m.

How was the game?

A little passion! As expected, Spain dominated the ball in the first phase and once again struggled to finish the match. Oyarzabal was the one who tried to score the goal the most. Colombia relied on the speed of Luis Diaz, but it collided with the good Spanish defence.

James Rodriguez changed the game! At the end of the first half, the Sao Paulo midfielder entered the field and led Colombia's progress. In the 11th minute, he finished the ball from a long distance and almost scored a beautiful goal. At the age of 15, he sent Luis Diaz, who cleared the goal line and crossed for Muñoz to score with a direct shot.

Shouts of “Ole!” With the majority in the stands, Colombia took advantage of the crowd's actions and put their opponents on the penalty spot. In search of an equaliser, Spain tried to press through the talent of Lamine Yamal, but were unable to avoid defeat.

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