CONMEBOL Libertadores

Millonarios vs Flamengo 2024 CONMEBOL Libertadores, Group Stage

  • Red Card 61': Larry Vásquez
  • 80': Daniel Ruíz
FT
1 - 1
  • 64': Pedro (P)

Introduction

Millonarios are hosting Flamengo at Nemesio Camacho (El Campin), Bogota, Colombia, starting on . The match is a part of the CONMEBOL Libertadores.

Match Commentary

  • 0': First Half begins.
  • 21': Leonardo Castro (Millonarios) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 45'+3': First Half ends, Millonarios 0, Flamengo 0.
  • 45': Substitution, Flamengo. Allan replaces Igor Jesus.
  • 61': Larry Vásquez (Millonarios) is shown the red card.
  • 64': Goal! Millonarios 0, Flamengo 1. Pedro (Flamengo) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the high centre of the goal.
  • 72': Substitution, Flamengo. Luiz Araújo replaces Pedro.
  • 78': Substitution, Millonarios. Emerson Rodríguez replaces Santiago Giordana.
  • 79': Substitution, Millonarios. Daniel Ruiz replaces Daniel Cataño.
  • 80': Goal! Millonarios 1, Flamengo 1. Daniel Ruiz (Millonarios) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Emerson Rodríguez.
  • 81': Substitution, Flamengo. Ayrton Lucas replaces Matías Viña.
  • 84': Luiz Araújo (Flamengo) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 87': Substitution, Flamengo. Evertton Araújo replaces Guillermo Varela because of an injury.
  • 90': Substitution, Millonarios. Juan Carlos Pereira replaces Leonardo Castro because of an injury.
  • 90'+5': Substitution, Millonarios. Beckham Castro replaces David Silva.

Game Information

Competition: CONMEBOL Libertadores

Venue: Nemesio Camacho (El Campin)
Location: Bogota, Colombia
Attendance: 22,205

CONMEBOL Libertadores Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+5 Bolívar 2 6 0
+2 Flamengo 2 4 0
-1 Millonarios 2 1 1
-6 Palestino 2 0 2
Full Table

Statistics

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8 Fouls 12
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 1
1 Offsides 1
5 Corner Kicks 5
1 Saves 1
53.8 Possession 46.2
9 SHOTS 16
2 ON GOAL 2
0.2 On Target % 0.1
1 Penalty Goals 0
1 Penalty Kicks Taken 0
374 Accurate Passes 304
456 Passes 381
0.8 Pass Completion % 0.8
1 Accurate Crosses 9
10 Crosses 22
0.1 Cross % 0.4
56 Long Balls 60
27 Accurate Long Balls 31
0.5 Long Balls % 0.5
2 Blocked Shots 5
7 Effective Tackles 8
12 Tackles 17
0.6 Tackle % 0.5
7 Interceptions 12
14 Effective Clearances 10
14 Clearances 10

Line-Ups

MIL Millonarios (4-4-2)

No. Name
31 Álvaro Montero (GK)
4 Juan Pablo Vargas
29 Alex Moreno
37 Jhoan Hernández
22 Delvin Alfonzo
8 Daniel Giraldo
5 Larry Vásquez Red Card
14 David Silva
10 Daniel Cataño
32 Santiago Giordana
23 Leonardo Castro Yellow Card

FLA Flamengo (4-2-3-1)

No. Name
1 Agustín Rossi (GK)
23 David Luiz
15 Fabrício Bruno
17 Matías Viña
2 Gullermo Varela
14 Giorgian de Arrascaeta
48 Igor
5 Erick Pulgar
9 Pedro
11 Everton
27 Bruno Henrique

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