The eight casualties of Flamengo to visit Tolima for Libertadores

Massive support of the fans of Flamengo to the team that left for Colombia for the round of 16 of the Copa Libertadores against Deportes Tolima, however, despite the joy and the illusion of playing a good game and responding to their fans, they will not be able to count on key men.

As confirmed by Globo Esporte, the Brazilian club has eight casualties for the first leg. In Flamengo there was a COVID-19 outbreak, the players who tested positive they couldn’t travel, but they hope to be there for the second leg.

COVID-19 outbreak, sanction and injured

In total there are seven positives in the squad, four starting players and three who are alternative. Diego Alves and Matheus Cunha and defenders Rodrigo Caio and Fabrício Bruno, are the players who could not travel. In addition, Flamengo had planned to be replaced by goalkeeper Kaua and midfielders Matheus França and Daniel Cabral.

The Brazilian team will also not be able to count on Joa Gomes, who is sanctioned and Bruno Henrique who was injured and will play again until 2023.

When is Tolima – Flamengo in the round of 16?

A great match is coming for Deportes Tolima. The game will be next Wednesday at Manuel Murillo Toro at 7:30 pm (Colombian time). The first leg will be essential to make a difference for the second leg. The fans are expected to support and fill the stadium again.

The return game will be next Wednesday, July 6 at 7:30 pm at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

Who are the travelers of Flamengo?

archers: Santos, Hugo.

defenses: Matheuzinho, Rodinei, Filipe Luís, Ayrton Lucas, Leo Pereira, Pablo, Gustavo Henrique, David Luiz, Cleiton.

steering wheels: Diego, Thiago Maia, Andreas, Arrascaeta, Lazaro, Vitinho, Everton Ribeiro, Victor Hugo.

strikers: Marino, Pedro and Gabriel.



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