12 Oct Colombia v Chile Match Report, 12/10/2019, Friendlies
An associate of Carlos Queiroz’s team has been shown a red card during a heated 0-0 attraction between Colombia and Chile at Alicante.
Colombia and Chile drew 0-0 at a boisterous friendly which saw significant struggles flying between the South American competitions.
The outcome in Alicante represented the scoreline later 90 minutes of June’s Copa America quarter-final, which Chile went on to acquire 5-4 on penalties, and it was apparent neither side wanted to eliminate face in front of a lively audience at Estadio Jose Rico Perez.
In the absence of James Rodriguez and Radamel Falcao, Colombia began with Duvan Zapata up front together with Luis Muriel and Roger Martinez and seemed the more dangerous negative during.
Juan Cuadrado’s 40-lawn spring almost made an early target but he fired in the legs of Claudio Bravo later 16 minutes.
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Colombia dominated the first half but Chile countered dangerously, together with Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sanchez mixing to get a sweeping movement that Barcelona guy Vidal failed to complete.
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Cuadrado went down to arm following a scything challenge from Erick Pulgar from the box soon after half-time but had his claims for a penalty ignored from the referee.
An associate of Carlos Queiroz’s training team was shown a red card following tempers spilled over on that the Colombia seat, along with four yellow cards have been revealed since the second half turned into a scrap.
One minute of caliber from Colombia saw replacement Jefferson Lerma presented with a transparent shooting opportunity from the edge of the box eight minutes from time, but his effort was at a comfortable height for Bravo, who stored to be sure the scoresheet remained sterile in the last whistle.