Tite has 2 starters with wear and changes are planned for the Libertadores debut

Tite has 2 starters with wear and changes are planned for the Libertadores debut
Tite has 2 starters with wear and changes are planned for the Libertadores debut
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Flamengo

The match between Millonarios x Flamengo is scheduled for 7pm (Brasília time) this Tuesday (2), valid for the 1st round of Group E of the Libertadores

Per Alexsander Vieira

Updated on 04/01/2024 – 18:05hs BRT

Per Alexsander Vieira

Updated on 04/01/2024 – 18:05hs BRT

Flamengo x Millonarios for Libertadores

O Flamengo He has already arrived in Colombia for his debut in the Libertadores, on Tuesday (2), against Millionarios. The team begins the fight for eternal glory this week, looking to become the first Brazilian club to become four-time champions.

© Thiago Ribeiro/AGIFTite may have 2 absences at Flamengo for the debut of the Libertadores da América – Photo: Thiago Ribeiro/AGIF

On the one hand, Millonarios rested almost all of their starters before facing Flamengo in the Libertadores. There was a concern on the part of the Colombians to arrive 100% physically for the confrontation.

The goalkeeper and defender were the only starters who played in the 2-1 victory against Fortaleza-COL. On the other hand, Tite also preferred to send his best to face Nova Iguaçu and it took its toll.

According to information from journalist Venê Casagrande, on his YouTube channel, Fabrício Bruno and De La Cruz are showing wear and tear and could start on the bench on Tuesday (2), against Millonarios. Léo Ortiz and Igor Jesus emerge as candidates.

Altitude and cast shooting

The clash is scheduled for next Tuesday (2), at the El Campín Stadium, located at an altitude of over 2,600 meters. Tite spoke about the possibility of saving money in the Carioca final precisely because of the local conditions.

“No. I learned in life that the next step is always the most important. If I look at a second situation, it is the first possibility of a setback”, said the coach shortly after the victory.

The red and black delegation left at around 2:30 pm (Brasília time) from Galeão International Airport, in Rio de Janeiro. After a 6h20 flight, Flamengo arrived in the Colombian city, landing at 8:50 pm (Brasília time), 6:50 pm (local time). Players will stay at the Hilton Hotel, located in Bogotá. Palestino (CHI) and Bolívar (BOL) complete group E.

Flameguistas’ opinions about Nico and Fabrício Bruno

Alexsander Vieira is a journalist who has been covering sports such as football for around four years, with an emphasis on Brazilian and South American football. He specializes in covering São Paulo Futebol Clube. Graduated in journalism from Faculdade das Américas in 2019, he is pursuing a postgraduate degree in Sports Journalism from Faculdade Cruzeiro do Sul. Currently at Bolavip Brasil, he has worked for renowned media outlets such as Terra, Estadão, TV Climatempo and Record TV.

The article is in Portuguese

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