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Lantern in Sol Americana, Corinthians' rival, forty-year-old goalkeeper and Brazilian goalscorer |  Corinth

Lantern in Sol Americana, Corinthians’ rival, forty-year-old goalkeeper and Brazilian goalscorer | Corinth

The next discount from CorinthIn the match that will be played Thursday evening, 9:30 pm (Brasilia time), at the National Stadium, in Lima, for the third round of the group stage, Sport Huancayo is a team that is only 14 years old and has been playing almost every year for South America.

After two games, the team was in the limelight in Group E. It lost the first game 5-1 to Penarol in Uruguay, and faltered against River Plate-Bar, who had been playing at home in the previous round, losing 2 to 1.

Even with little chance of qualifying for the Round of 16, the team dreams of Thursday’s victory over Temau.

– We have to fight, always with our heads raised. After the match against River, defender Victor Balta said, “We came with two defeats, but we couldn’t feel that we were younger than everyone else.”

Ellington, Lilio, in a match for Sport Huancayo, from Peru – Photo: Instagram clone

Honorary goalkeeper, Joel Pinto, is 40 – he turns 41 in June – and has been with the club since 2012, the year he participated in the only club in Libertadores, the same year Corinthians became champion. The year Casio, 33, arrives at the Brazilian club.

Lilio was the author of the two goals for the Peruvian team in South America. Since his arrival at the club, he has scored five goals in nine matches.

Sport Huancayo was beaten by Penarol in the South American Championships – Photo: CONMEBOL

Founded in 2007, the club has participated in the First Division in Peru since 2009. It will be the eighth participation in the South American Championship. The best of them was in 2020, when they ousted Argentinos Juniors from Argentina and Liverpool from Uruguay. In the Round of 16, he fell to Coquimbo Onido of Chile.

– Huancayo fans are growing year after year as a result of qualifying for international tournaments. He did a good campaign last year. The best player is midfielder Marcos Liuya – featured journalist Santiago Garcia, from “Fusion Deportiva”.

Also last year, Huancayo defeated Alianza Lima in the last match of the Clausura Championship Peru and made the decision to drop the club’s traditional stadium. Then, after losing Carlos Stein’s points, the capital club regained its place in the Peruvian elite.

In the Peruvian championship, Huancayo finished third in their class after six matches played. Last Monday, he opened 3-1 against Alianza UDH, but led to a draw in overtime.