Operário Ferroviário wins Andraus Brasil and is champion of the FPF Cup 2020
O Railway Worker is the champion of FPF Cup 2020 (Edgard Felipe U-23 Cup). The Ghost of Vila Oficinas won the title after winning the Andraus Brasil this Sunday morning (9) playing at the Germano Krüger Stadium, in Ponta Grossa by the score of 1 to 0, goal by Vandinho. In the first game at the EcoStádio Janguito Malucelli, in Curitiba, the result was 1 to 1.
With the conquest, the Operator also guarantees a place in the Brazilian Championship from Serie D 2017 representing the State of Paraná together with PSTC Procopense and JMalucelli.
The commitment to professional competition for both teams takes place in the first half of 2017 when Operário and Andraus will dispute the Second Division Paranaense Championship.
Worker dominates, but scoreboard is zero
In the first minute of the game, I was startled by the fans from the city who attended GK. The archer Simão did poorly with the goalkeeper and almost Andraus took the opportunity to go to the goal. However, the Phantom quickly recovered by demonstrating greater game volume and creating opportunities. Looking for plays from the sides, Alvinegro arrived well in the 10th minute with Murilo's attempt, he crossed into the area the ball hit the back and it was easy for Ravel's defense. In the next minute, another arrival, pass from Willian Daltro in the area to Vandinho, who ended up with Capixaba cutting. Cheering and players scolding for a penalty kick.
The match continued with anxiety and nervousness, the Phantom had dominion and Andraus tried to counterattack. At 23 ’, Gigante da Pedreira arrived with Maringá who crossed from the right, trying Jefferson Assis, but Alisson took it to the corner. The Operário, on the other hand, shook the nets on 25 minutes, but the referee signaled an impediment. Alvinegro still almost scored with Dione in two attempts with archer Ravel doing very well in two defenses in a row avoiding the goal.
Coach Edson Neguinho made the first substitution before the 30 ’, drew Capixaba, who after a series of fouls, ended up yellow and placed Bruno Lucas.
At 39 ’Dione’s individual speed run, he risked from the edge of the area, but the ball went to the right of Ravel’s goal. The duel between Dione and Ravel, followed, and at 41 'again the archer disarmed the attacker avoiding the goal. At 43 ’, Marcos Jesus took the free kick well, giving goalkeeper Simão a job.
The end of the first half was goalless, with the Phantom dominating the actions, sinning in the submission or stopping in Ravel's good defenses.
With many emotions, Operário takes the cup
For the second stage, the teams returned with the same players, and the game continued with movement by Alvinegro and at 4 minutes, after a good replacement by goalkeeper Simão, who arrived on the left, Dione crossed high, and Vandinho, head over, put it to the bottom of the nets. 1 to 0 Worker.
With the goal, the Ghost continued to dominate, and with more tranquility, managed to work the ball. And at 18 ’, he missed a great chance to expand. Dione crossed for Jean Carlo who tried to dribble goalkeeper Ravel, but was unable to adjust to the conclusion and went out with the ball from the bottom line.
Andraus tried to draw, and at 24 ’Jefferson Assis was getting free in the area, but before the finish, the defense cut the danger. In the 32nd minute, the visiting team got one less after Bruno Lucas received the second yellow card. In the 36th minute, a dangerous foul for Andraus, the penalty was eventually taken for a corner kick, the Pedreira Giant had another chance, but after insistence in the area, the referee signaled a lack of attack.
In the final minutes Andraus came out on top of the Operário, who no longer had the dominance of the match as in the first stage. Coach Edson Neguinho was sent off after complaining about a move that would be a penalty for his team. Even with all the pressure and with 5 minutes of extra time, Andraus was unable to reverse and the victory went to Alvinegro de Vila Oficinas, champion of the FPF U-23 Cup 2020.
RAILWAY OPERARY 1 X 0 ANDRAUS BRAZIL
Factory worker: Simon; Luiz Grando, Dipão (Leandro), Alisson and Acácio; Willian Daltro, Thalles, Dione (Fernando) and Jean Carlo; Murilo (Everton) and Vandinho.
Technical: Gerson Gusmão.
Andraus: Ravel; Capixaba (Bruno Lucas), Charles, Krisman and Maringá; Marcos Jesus, Rafinha (Hudson), Flávio and Morais; Jefferson Assis e Barbosa (Emerson).
Technical: Edson Neguinho.
Local: Germano Krüger Stadium, in Ponta Grossa (PR).
Date / Time: 10/09/2016, at 11:05 am.
Referee: Leonardo Sígari Zanon (PR).
Assistants: Luiz Henrique de Souza Santos Renesto (PR) and Jefferson Cleiton Piva da Silva (PR).
Audience / Income: 2,552 paying / 2,879 total / R $ 47,770.00
Yellow Cards: Thalles, Alisson (Factory worker). Capixaba, Charles, Flavio, Bruno Lucas, Krisman (Andraus).
Red Cards: Bruno Lucas (Andraus).
Goals: Vandinho at 4 'of the 2nd half for Operário Ferroviário.
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