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The Venezuelan team started with a great victory against New Zealand

The Venezuelan team started with a great victory against New Zealand

Team Venezuela, with one goal David Martinez And a twin Leannehan Romero In the second half, he made his debut in a solid win against the U-17 World Cup this Sunday New ZealandHe didn’t know how to deal with the Latin Americans’ speedy attack.

The first minute of the game took place on the field Jalak Harupat is from Bandung, Indonesia. They were highly contested and had a high technical level, with both teams creating many chances in search of goal.

The first clear chance came in the 14th minute with Venezuela’s Juan Arango, who fired a powerful shot over the New Zealand crossbar. Shortly after, it was time for New Zealand to open the scoring with Dotman, but Sanchez’s quick reaction and stop prevented the ‘Kiwi’ from scoring.

The Venezuelan side began to dominate the event after the first twenty minutes, with captain David Martinez at their best and goalkeeper Matt Ford giving no rest.

Precisely Martinez scored in the 29th minuteBy putting the ball in the goal without the goalkeeper after a huge mistake by the New Zealand defence.

In the second half, Venezuela returned with the same attacking strategy and multiplied their approaches in the match area in search of a second goal that remained elusive until the final stretch of the match.

After Another monumental failure from the Kiwi defenceMidfielder Leannehan Romero stole the ball in the middle of the field and put it into the back of the net in the 87th minute.

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In overtime, Romero scored his second goalExtending the lead on the scoreboard, it sealed a comfortable win for Venezuela.

Next game for Venezuela It’s against Mexico on Wednesday, November 15, while New Zealand face Germany on the same day.


3. Venezuela: Jorge Sanchez; Yiandro Raap (m.84, Pablo Ibarra), Rai Hidalgo, Angel Borgo, Luis Balbo; Jose Correa, Giovanni Sequeira (m.77, Miguel Vegas), David Martinez (m.46, Leanhan Romero), Juan Arango (m.84, Junior Colina), Nicola Profetta; Lucciano Reinoso (d.61, Alejandro Cichero).

Trainer: Ricardo Valino.

0. New Zealand: Matt Ford; Anton Isago (d.62, Gabriel Sloan-Rodriguez), Dylan Gardiner, Nicholas Murphy; Marley Leuluai (m.83, Jesper Lewis), Noah Dupont, Nathan Walker, Anaru Cassidy (m.62, Luke Mitchell); Matt Tatman de Villiers (m.83, Athan Thompson), Adam Watson, Luke Subic (m.62, Stipe Ugich).

Trainer: Martin Bullock.

Objectives: 1-0: m.29, David Martinez. 2-0: m.87, Leannehan Romero. 3-0: m.90+7, Leannehan Romero.

Referee: Ibrahim Mudas is from Libya. He cautioned New Zealanders Anaru Cassidy (22m) and Dylan Gardiner (66m).

Incidents: The match related to the first day of the group stage of Group F of the U-17 World Cup was held at Jalak Harubat Stadium in Bandung, Indonesia in front of 2,932 spectators.

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