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See the analysis of the tie between Junior 0 vs La Equidad 0 at the Metropolitano de Techo | Colombian Soccer | Betplay League

Junior from Barranquilla traveled to the Colombian capital to face La Equidad at the Estadio Metropolitano de Techo. With the need to return to victory as a visitor, Juan Cruz Real sent his best arsenal to the field without the possibility of having Fernando Uribe due to a personal situation, when he was expected to return to the squad after taking time off with permission from the club to keep an eye on his mom’s health.

The desire was seen at the Estadio Metropolitano de Techo in the Junior de Barranquilla with the debut of Nelson Deossa. The former Estudiantes de La Plata was very anxious every time he took the ball. Little teammate, he wanted to do everything only with his speed, and this played a trick on him in midfield. There was an action in which he was late to play with Luis González and left him offside.

In turn, Junior de Barranquilla lacked shots to the goal defended by Washington Ortega. He had in Fredy Hinestroza, the only shots that complicated the Uruguayan goalkeeper of La Equidad. The changes did not give anything to talk about during the visit, and despite the excitement of the fans when Edwuin Cetré and Fabián Sambueza stopped to enter, they had little prominence on the field.

For FUTBOLRED, the analysis of Junior de Barranquilla’s draw:

Lack of ideas in the midfield trident: Juan Cruz Real lined up a scheme similar to the one that beat Atlético Nacional with three defenders, three brand midfielders, two wide openers and two forwards. They lacked importance in the center of the field, and began to resort to changes of front on the wings in search of expanding the field of play, but without much reaching the rival goal. The approach became very repetitive in the Barranquilla team.

Little hit and shot on goal: Luis ‘Cariaco’ González managed the strings of Junior de Barranquilla. When they couldn’t find the Venezuelan, they began to change their minds, extending the game to the wings. Fredy Hinestroza was the most important, arriving with a shot that Washington Ortega saved in the first half and another that the Uruguayan himself rejected for a corner. Those were the only arrivals under the three sticks of the Atlantic team.

It was filled with yellow cards and infractions: Every time a counterattack from La Equidad came out, Junior from Barranquilla cut off the actions with fouls. Desperation played a trick on the visit that found the only way, that of infraction to stop local advances. La Equidad also hit more than necessary in the match.

The still ball, the only resource: With the surprise factor of the arrival of Nilson Castrillón in each set piece, the threat of Junior de Barranquilla appeared. Former Deportes Tolima appeared at 11 minutes with a header just wide. Then he made a presence in the rival goal, but he was not fine with that direction to the goal either.

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