On November 22, the third date of the Indoor Soccer World Cup (sub-15 category) that takes place in Paraguay, faced the teams of Colombia and Pakistan, which ended in a bulky 38-0 win in favor of the South American team.
The majority of goals (31) were scored in the first half, which generated an avalanche of emotions among the young Asians, who were quite hesitant to come out to play the second half of the game. Inclusive, there were breaks requested by the Pakistani coach because his pupils did not want to continue.
However, with decorum they decided to play the game until the last minute and came out amid the support and hugs of the young Colombians.
Similarly, through social networks, competition fans sent messages of support to the minors and urged them to continue training.
“It doesn’t matter guys, we applaud you for continuing to the end”, “despite the defeats I take my hat off to keep going”, “they turned out to be an example of decorum and gallantry” and “we hope to see you better another time”; were some of the comments they received.
It is worth mentioning that Pakistan had already been thrashed in their first two games, because against Argentina they succumbed with a score of 39-2 and the Bolivians scored 41 goals on the first date, without them being able to score any goal. Thus, they were last in their group, with two goals in favor and 118 goals against.
As for the Colombian national team, it is worth mentioning that he was second in series B and they expect a rival for the next round, after having drawn in the first two days against Bolivia (5-5) and Argentina (1-1), which It also makes him one of the favorites, as they always have something to talk about in this type of tournaments.
The delegate of the national squad is Elías Montaño, president of the Quindío Football League.
It is essential to remember that the U-15 Indoor Soccer World Cup will culminate on November 26; while the 13-year-old category World Cup will be held in Catalonia in the next few days and the 17-year-old category will be held in Uruguay alternately.
Thus then, the first two of each series, plus the two best third parties, advance to the quarterfinals; This phase will be completed on Wednesday 24, while the semifinals and final will be on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 November, respectively.
Another team that continues in this tournament at a steady pace is the homeowner: Paraguay, who in their debut was a 20-1 victory over Ecuador, followed by an 8-3 victory at the coast of Uruguay, now they must play against States United. While Brazil, another candidate to win the title for its tradition in indoor football, has managed to beat its three rivals.
Other results of the third round of the U-15 Indoor Soccer World Cup:
Argentina 9 – 2 Bolivia
Brazil 8 – 0 Canada
Mexico 2 – 2 Catalonia
Paraguay 10 – 0 United States
Uruguay 8 – 0 Ecuador