On Tuesday, Uruguay and Venezuela drew 1: 1 in the final hex of the South American U-20 Championship in Chile, which is the result, reflecting the magnificent parity of the tournament held by Ecuador.
In a hot game with several fights on the field, Venezuelan captain Christian Makun scored nine minutes from the start of the match, and Nicholas Acevedo (76) noted a draw of charrua.
The “chaos” of Rafael Dudamella again played for the local people in Rancagua due to the great Venezuelan migration that arrived in Chile, avoiding the crisis in his country.
The rainy center over the Uruguayan region allowed Captain Makun, the defender of Juventus from Italy, who took advantage of the competition by scoring on opening the scoreboard.
Those who were led by Fabian Coito, gritted their teeth and tried to recuperate, but there were not enough ideas, and in the game the Venezuelans, who won in their pockets, had determination.
In addition, Venezuela maintained control over the collision and several times arrived on the territory protected by Renzo Rodriguez.
But Celeste, who defends the title obtained two years ago in Ecuador, fought, Nicolas Schiapacasse appeared, and the attack was beaming.
With the included pipe, the forward entered the area and made a powerful shot, which sighed in the stands of the El Teniente de Rancagua stadium.
The best Uruguayan moment in the match continued with a half-turn of Pablo Garcia, who came out high.
The Caribbean islands responded by arming themselves in defense and not abandoning the attack, and Rammell Ibarra decided on the crossbar.
About half an hour of the meeting and a group of yellows raised the temperature of the duel, which the Uruguayans managed to tie up after the center on the right, who ran the Acevedo network.
As a result, the guards of Fabian Coito were confirmed, and they were even asked to look for additional actions in the competitive area.
The link between Uruguay and Venezuela combines equality without goals, which sealed Brazil and Colombia in the first hour.
Between both sides, Ecuador took the light in the tournament, beating Argentina 2-1 to be at the top of the standings.
The tournament provides four places for the World Cup in Poland (May 23 – June 15) and three places for the Pan-American Games in Lima (July 26 – August 11).