CONMEBOL Libertadores

Strongest vs Grêmio 2024 CONMEBOL Libertadores, Group Stage

  • 16': Luciano Ursino
  • 73': Enrique Triverio
FT
2 - 0

Introduction

The Strongest are hosting Grêmio at Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz, Bolivia, starting on . The match is a part of the CONMEBOL Libertadores.

Match Commentary

  • 0': First Half begins.
  • 16': Goal! The Strongest 1, Grêmio 0. Luciano Ursino (The Strongest) header from the centre of the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Daniel Lino with a cross.
  • 17': Daniel Rojas (The Strongest) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 45': Substitution, The Strongest. Darío Aimar replaces Daniel Rojas.
  • 63': Substitution, The Strongest. Víctor Cuellar replaces Michael Ortega.
  • 63': Substitution, The Strongest. Joel Amoroso replaces Rodrigo Ramallo.
  • 63': Substitution, Grêmio. Bruno Cheron replaces Nathan.
  • 64': Substitution, Grêmio. Zé Guilherme replaces Wesley.
  • 73': Goal! The Strongest 2, Grêmio 0. Enrique Triverio (The Strongest) header from very close range to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Joel Amoroso with a cross following a set piece situation.
  • 75': Substitution, Grêmio. Lucas Besozzi replaces Everton Galdino.
  • 76': Substitution, Grêmio. Riquelme Freitas replaces Nathan Fernandes.
  • 80': Substitution, The Strongest. Gabriel Sotomayor replaces Jaime Arrascaita.
  • 87': Substitution, Grêmio. Ronald replaces Bruno Cheron because of an injury.
  • 88': Substitution, The Strongest. Bruno Miranda replaces Enrique Triverio.

Game Information

Competition: CONMEBOL Libertadores

Venue: Estadio Hernando Siles
Location: La Paz, Bolivia
Attendance: 10,782

CONMEBOL Libertadores Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+2 Huachipato 2 4 0
0 Estudiantes de La Plata 3 4 1
+1 The Strongest 2 3 1
-3 Grêmio 3 3 2
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Statistics

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7 Fouls 10
0 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
0 Offsides 1
4 Corner Kicks 5
2 Saves 5
46.6 Possession 53.4
10 SHOTS 15
5 ON GOAL 4
0.5 On Target % 0.3
0 Penalty Goals 0
0 Penalty Kicks Taken 0
333 Accurate Passes 378
399 Passes 454
0.8 Pass Completion % 0.8
4 Accurate Crosses 8
11 Crosses 19
0.4 Cross % 0.4
53 Long Balls 47
27 Accurate Long Balls 22
0.5 Long Balls % 0.5
2 Blocked Shots 3
3 Effective Tackles 13
6 Tackles 18
0.5 Tackle % 0.7
7 Interceptions 9
12 Effective Clearances 15
12 Clearances 15

Line-Ups

STR The Strongest (4-3-3)

No. Name
13 Guillermo Viscarra (GK)
15 Maximiliano Caire
5 Adriano Jusino
35 Daniel Lino
2 Daniel Rojas Yellow Card
14 Diego Wayar
10 Michael Ortega
8 Luciano Ursino
11 Enrique Triverio
18 Rodrigo Ramallo
30 Jaime Arrascaita

GRE Grêmio (4-2-3-1)

No. Name
1 Agustín Marchesín (GK)
53 Gustavo Martins
36 Nata
51 Wesley Da Costa Silva
2 Fabio
14 Nathan
37 Du Queiroz
17 Douglas Moreira
11 João Pedro
32 Nathan Ribeiro Fernandes
13 Everton

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