Venezuelan forward Jan Carlos Hurtado was the main protagonist of Redbull Bragantino's 2-1 victory against Fluminense in the third round of the Brazilian Cup.
Unfortunately, the victory was not enough for the Barinese team to access the next stage of the contest, as the aggregate finished 3-2 in favor of Fluminense.
The first goal of the Venezuelan arrived at 67 ′ with an excellent definition of the head after a pumped pass from the diagonal of the area. It was the equalizer for Bragantino, who had started down on the scoreboard with Nene's score a few minutes earlier.
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Shortly before the final whistle, specifically at minute 88, Hurtado reappeared free of marking within the small area and finished off with his right leg. However, his shot was repelled by the rival goalkeeper but the rebound fell directly to his feet and he only had to push it to seal the double and the comeback.
Hurtado registers four goals and one assist in 15 matches played this season for a total of 510 minutes on the court. The record of the 21-year-old striker belongs to the Argentine Boca Juniors, a club to which he will have to return once his loan to the Brazilian team ends.