This Wednesday, the São Paulo was eliminated from the Campeonato Paulista U-20 on penalties by Desportivo Brasil, by 5-3. In a match played in Cotia, regulation time ended with a tie by 1-1, but the visitors won on penalties.
The Tricolor started the match by launching themselves on the attack, using the wingers Vitinho and Caio as speed options. Who opened the scoring, however, was Desportivo Brasil, six minutes into the game.
Thus, São Paulo went on the attack and created good chances, but did not convert them. The visitors almost increased the score, but stopped at Felipe, who made good saves.
The tie came in the second half. On minute 13, Juan took a penalty and tied the game.
On penalties, the Under-20 loses to Desportivo Brasil and leaves Paulista
— São Paulo FC (@SaoPauloFC) November 24, 2021
With substitutions, Tricolor pressed, but lost chances. After 90 minutes, the score 1-1 took the match to penalties. In the collections, Desportivo won 5-3 and guaranteed the spot. With the result, São Paulo bids farewell to the Paulista Sub-20.
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Tricolor returns to the field on Sunday, to dispute the second game of the Brazilian Championship decision, against Internacional. The match will feature the presence of the fans, who will be able to watch the game for free.
São Paulo is now focusing on its next game. Next Sunday, the team enters the field at Morumbi, at 11 am, to face Internacional, for the second game of the final of the Brazilian Under-20 Championship. The presence of the public is free and entry for the fans will be free.
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