Academia Puerto Cabello faced Sao Paulo of Brazil on Tuesday in the fourth game of the team corresponding to the Copa Sudamericana. The bad news for the Venezuelans is that they were outclassed with a final score of 2-0..
This commitment, corresponding to the group phase of the competition organized by Conmebol, represented the end of the aspirations for the Carabobo team to advance within the tournament.
The Rio de Janeiro team came out with a great intensity of play that was reflected in the 28th minute with the first goal of the game thanks to a powerful shot from Wellington Rato from a free kick.
The rest of the game continued with a strong give and take from both teams, especially due to Puerto Cabello's attempt to claim victory.
The game was defined in minute 90+4 thanks to another powerful shot by Alisson Euler de Freitas that occurred in the middle of a counterattack to end Academia's actions.
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Academia Puerto Cabello still has to play two more games next June against Club Tigre in Argentina and Deportes Tolima in Colombia.
For its part, Sao Paulo has so far accumulated three victories and a draw that places them in first place in Group D with a total of 10 points.