The Dominican Republic risks its life against Brazil in the U-20 World Cup

The Dominican soccer team will face Brazil this Wednesday, May 24, in what will be their second appearance at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Argentina 2023. The match is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. (Dominican time). at the Malvinas Argentinas Stadium in the city of Mendoza.

Both teams come from losing in their first game of the group stage.

Sedofútbol goes without complexes against the canarinha and will seek to compete in the duel that corresponds to the second date of group D.

“After the analysis of the first game we have taken precautions to face Brazil, we are going to delve into the offensive aspects, we must be patient with the ball and try to relate. We know the need they have and they will surely come looking for us, they will pressure us and not let us play our game, we must have a balance both in attack and defense”, said DT Walter Benítez.

Guillermo Ronaldo De Peña expressed as he passed through the mixed zone this Tuesday that “we are very motivated despite the fact that we did not do well in the first game, but we have a good group and team. We have a good attitude, we are no less than anyone and we go with humility to look for our result”.

Forward Yunior Peralta also spoke to journalists before starting the last training session before the game against the South Americans.

“We are motivated because we are playing a World Cup for the first time, in the first game we lacked a bonus and we are going to give that bonus against Brazil. It will be a difficult rival, but we are also going with everything and it will be a very nice game for us and for our country, it will be a historic day”.

The medical staff reported that goalkeeper Xavier Valdez is without problems after the blow he received on the nasal septum against the Nigerians, although he trained preventively this Tuesday with a mask.

For his part, midfielder Yordy Álvarez, who was beaten in the first match, trained separately on Monday, but in official practice for the game against Brazil he was working without problems and is available to the coaching staff.

Goalkeeper Omry Bello had problems with one of his knees in training this Tuesday and must undergo medical studies to determine the severity of the injury.

The game can be enjoyed on open television throughout the country by CDN Deportes.

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