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Santos plays poorly and draws with Juventus at Villa Belmeiro

Santos plays poorly and draws with Juventus at Villa Belmeiro

In an ugly match, Santos had no inspiration and only drew 0-0 with Juventus on Saturday, in a match valid for the third round of the Brazilian championship. As a result, Peixe temporarily took ninth place in the rating, gaining four points.

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In the next round, on Thursday, Santos will return to the field to face Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro.

the game

Santos had a hard time making plays in the first half. The only dangerous step for Pixi came in the 44th minute from a cross pass by defender Luiz Felipe, striker Caio Jorge was ahead of goalkeeper Marcelo Carne, but he wore a header.

In the first half, coach Fernando Deniz replaced defender Luis Philippe with striker Marcos Leonardo. Defensive midfielder Alisson started out as a defender, but Santos uncritically continued trying to beat the good scores set by Juventud.

Santos only threatened a free kick from striker Marinho, in the 35th minute, but the ball passed over Marcelo Carne’s goal.

data sheet
Sanctifies 0 X 0 guys
Sweetened
: Vila Belmiro, Santos (SP)
date and time: 12/6/2021 – 19 hours
RuleAlexandre Vargas Tavares de Jesus
helpersRodrigo Figueiredo Enrique Correa and Thiago Henrique Neto Correa Farinha
WhereBy: Rodrigo Nunes de Sa
public / income: gates closed
yellow cards: Jean Motta, Luan Perez (SAN), Elton Castillo (JUV)

Santos: John, Barra (Madson, at 35 min/sec), Louise Philippe (Marcos Leonardo, in the first half), Louan Perez and Felipe Jonathan; Alison, Jean Motta and Gabriel Berani; Marinho, Caio Jorge and Marcos Guilherme. Artistic: Fernando Deniz

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Youth: Marcelo Carne, Michel Macedo, Vitor Mendes, Rafael Forster and Alison; Elton, Castillo and Chico (Fernando Pacheco, at 33min/2ºT); Capixaba (Bruninho, at 46 minutes/2ºT), Wesley (Matheus Jesus, at 50 minutes/2ºT) and Marcus Vinicius. Technical: Marquinhos Santos