São Luiz celebrated at the stadium on October 19 for date 7 of the tournament. The locals scored the only goal of the match 46 minutes into the second half, through Paulinho Santos. After receiving a pass from Capa, the midfielder hit an impossible header for the goalkeeper.
After receiving a pass from Capa, the midfielder hit an impossible header for the goalkeeper.
Matheuzinho Fogaça crashed a shot into the post 43 minutes into the first half and drowned out the cry of goal from all his fans.
The figure of the meeting was Paulinho Santos. The midfielder from São Luiz stood out against Caxias as he scored 1 goal and kicked 3 times on goal.
On the other hand, Rodrigo Milanez was key. The São Luiz defender was important because he cleared 4 dangerous balls.
At the beginning of the first half, São Luiz midfielder Jean Dias made a fool of Davi Lopes, midfielder from Caxias, with a stupendous shot.
It was a match full of infractions, with a high dose of rough play and full of interruptions. There was a large number of yellow cards: Matheuzinho Fogaça, Márcio Goiano, Diogo Sodré, João Vieira, Davi Lopes and Marcelo.
São Luiz’s coach, Paulo Henrique Marques, arranged a 4-5-1 formation on the field with Renan Rocha in goal; Lucas Carvalho, João Marcus, Willian Goiano and Márcio Goiano in the defensive line; Régis Silva, Paulinho Santos, Jean Dias, João Vieira and Juba in the middle; and Ariel on the attack.
For their part, those led by Rogerio Zimermann stood with a 4-5-1 strategy with Marcelo Pitol under the three sticks; Marcelo, Rafael Dumas, Thiago Sales and Rennan Siqueira in defense; Amaral, Davi Lopes, Matheuzinho Fogaça, Diogo Sodré and França in midfield; and Batista up front.
The designated referee for the match was Rodrigo Brand da Silva.
São Luiz will visit Grêmio on the next day, while Caxias will host Novo Hamburgo at the Centenário stadium.
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