South American: Rosario Central welcomes Bragantino in quarter-finals

Rosario Central, Argentina’s only South American Cup survivor, will begin her quarter-final streak against Brazilian Bragantino on Tuesday, with the aim of asserting the location in the Gigante de Arroyito to arrive with an advantage at the key lock. From 7:15 pm and with ESPN television, the Argentine national team will try return to victory after three consecutive defeats in the Professional Football League tournament the dream of being among the top four in the South American tournament.

In the team led by Cristian González, who recently lost 1-0 to Sarmiento de Junín as a visitor, there is joy for two important laps to start the series. DT will have the goalkeeper Jorge “Invoice” Broun and from the front Marco Ruben, who returns to the South American team after going through the Covid-19 photos. The coach will not have striker Lucas Gamba, who suffered a muscle injury, and will be replaced by striker Milton Caraglio, one of the reinforcements.

The Center comes from being ranked as leader in Group A, with 11 units, and eliminate Deportivo Táchira from Venezuela in the round of 16, with which they drew 2-2 in the first leg in San Cristóbal, with goals from Luciano Ferreyra and Alan Marinelli, and won 1-0 in Rosario, with an equalizer and captain Emiliano Vecchio.

Bragantino also ranked first, in group G, with 12 points, and then eliminated Ecuador’s Independiente del Valle, who won 2-0 as a visitor with goals from defender Fabricio Bruno and midfielder Ramíres, and drew 1-1 at home, with a goal by Argentine striker Tomás Cuello. Coach Mauricio Barbieri has not announced the team that will play in the city of Rosario, but it would be similar to what he has been playing for Brasileirão, on whose last date he tied without goals as a visitor to Sport Recife.

The rematch between Bragantino and Central o Tuesday 17th at Nabi Abi Chedid Stadium, from the city of Bragança Paulista.

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