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Samuel Sosa drew another piece of art with his prestigious left hand



January 21, 2019, 21:00
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Updated January 21, 2019 23:56

It seems that the routine of the extraordinary has become everyday for Samuel Sosa, who, with Vinotino's shirt, came back to make a free-of-charge artwork, shaking the competing networks of "a Juan Juan Arango."

The striker of Talleres de Córdoba was responsible for the pleasure of the public on Monday evening at the El Teniente stadium, located in the city of Rancagua, Chile, where the South American U-20 Championship is played.

On that occasion, Sosa appeared in the added time to make a deduction from Venezuela's commitment to Brazil, in which Canarinha won 2-1 with two goals from Rodrygo.

From the TV show you could predict what might happen. As if he were a cowboy of the Old West, the carabine, with his eyes, pulled out his prestigious left leg, and his shot pierced the Amazon barrier, and the ball was inside the Amazon's arch.

This is the second "holy cry" that Sosa introduces to the quote. The first was in the debut, against Colombia, also with a stopped ball. He remembered so much what he did against Uruguay in the U-20 World Cup semifinals, which took place in South Korea two years ago when Venezuela was the world champion.

La Vinotinto, who opened his home team, approached the equalizing action in the last breath, but was not given the celebration because the goalkeeper Phelipe closed the curtain with a great rescue.

"I liked the opportunity to react that we had five minutes to go in search of the goal, and in any other game the team would break," said coach Rafael Dudamel at a press conference.

Despite the defeat led by Dudamel remain at the top in Group A with six points out of nine. His next challenge will be next Wednesday against Bolivia in order to qualify for the final hexagonal.


Yes it

Vinotinto was better than Brazil in the statistics: he kicked more times to a goal (four in three), finished more passes (417 for 408), had a better mastery of the ball (52%), made fewer fouls for 14) and get fewer cards (two for three)

With four draws and five losses, Bolivia is the only team Venezuela has failed to beat in any South American category, according to @MarioSanchez_SC


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