The Video arbitration had a notorious incidence, having correctly annulled two goals of the Brazilian team and kept zeros on the scoreboard.
The teams of Brazil and Venezuela tied at zero last Tuesday, June the 18th, with the VAR as the main figure of the race having correctly annulled two goals for the Canarinha.
In the second round of the group stage of Group A, Brazil and Venezuela drew goalless on Tuesday at the Fonte Nova Arena in the city of Salvador de Bahia, in a vibrant and emotional game, in which the VAR favored the Vinotinto again (they had already canceled two goals to Peru in the first game).
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The Brazilian coach Tité fielded a team with which he has been playing his previous commitments. The initial 11 of the verdeamarela were proposed as follows: 1 Alisson; 2 Thiago Silva, 4 Marquinhos, 6 Filipe Luís, 13 Dani Alves; 11 Philippe Coutinho, 5 Casemiro, 8 Arthur, 20 Roberto Firmino; 7 David Neres, 21 Richarlison.
For its part, the Vinotinto used a 4-4-2 with: 1 Wuilker Fariñez; 2 Mikel Villanueva, 3 Yordan Osorio, 5 Júnior Moreno, 20 Ronald Hernández; 16 Roberto Rosales, 8 Tomás Rincón, 6 Yangel Herrera, 7 Darwin Machis, 15 Jhon Murillo; 23 Salomon Rondón.
The heart and performance from the “llaneros” contained the good football presented by the locals. Brazil did not run with luck, because the central judge, Julio Bascuñán, drowned two shouts of goal to all the Brazilian fans, with assistance of the judge, Roberto Toba, in charge of the VAR.
After this result, Brazil totals 4 points in the tournament and leader of the group, followed by Peru. On the next date, the Brazilian team will have to face their similar from Peru at the Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo on Saturday, June 22 at 4:00 pm local time.
Venezuela, on the other hand, accumulated two points and is third in Group A, a firm candidate to get into the next round. Its next game will be against Bolivia on June 22 at 4:00 pm local time at Estadio Mineirao in the city of Belo Horizonte.