Argentina and Russia equal 1 to 1 to 5 minutes from the end, in the Futsal World Cup


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Argentina and Russia equal 1 to 1 to 5 minutes from the end, in the Futsal World Cup

For the round of 16 of the Futsal World Cup Lithuania 2021, Argentina beat Paraguay 6-1 in Vilna. And now in fourth, it faces Russia, in the city of Kaunas, reissuing the final Colombia 2016, where the South American team ended up being crowned champion.

Brazil waits in the semis, after beating Morocco 1-0, in the first turn.

Argentina seemed to have understood the message that the first half left them against Paraguay and searched with great intensity from the beginning.

It took about four minutes for Russia to come out of the siege and manage to disturb Nico Sarmiento with two shots from long distance, which the Betis aquero solved in a great way.

Averaging the first half, Argentina’s proposal forced Russia to appeal to fouls and the European team went into penalty with its fifth foul. However, the Russian team took care in the hand-to-hand, withdrew a few meters in defense and avoided leaving Argentina the execution of a double penalty.

And so the first half went, with the result nailed 0 to 0.

At the start of the second half, absolute parity was maintained in the game.

After four minutes, captain Leando Cuzzolino opened the game with a precise execution of a free kick.

After the goal, Lucuix’s team settled back a few meters, hoping that Russia would go to look for him with their stars Robinho (between Sarmiento and the stick they avoided a goal from a direct free kick), Eder Lima and Chishkala.

This is how the figure of his last men Pablo Taborda and Damián Stazzone, of his goalkeeper Nico Sarmiento and everything that Titi Borruto did to keep the ball away from his goal grew.

With 6 minutes remaining, Argentina committed its fifth foul and was penalized until the end of the match.

With 5 minutes to go, Artem Antoshkim slipped into the area and deflected the ball to establish a 1 to 1 equality. The play was reviewed in the VAR and the referees gave it valid for the tie at 1.

This is how the quarterfinal pairings were

Brazil 1 – Morocco 0

Argentina – Russia

Monday 27, in Vilnius

Spain – Portugal (11.30)

Iran – Kazakhstan (14.00)

This is how the round of 16 pairings were

Wednesday September 22

Russia 3 – Vietnam 2

Venezuela 2 – Morocco 3

Thursday September 23

Kazakhstan 7 – Thailand 0

Argentina 6 – Paraguay 1

Brazil 4- Japan 2

Friday September 24

Uzbekistan – Iran, 11.30am in Vilnius

Portugal 4- Serbia, 3

Spain 5- Czech Republic, 2

Results

Group A

Kazakhstan 6-1 Costa Rica

Lithuania 1-2 Venezuela

Costa Rica 0 – Venezuela 1

Lithuania 0 – Kazakhstan 3

Egypt 1 – Uzbekistan 2

Venezuela 1 – Kazakhstan 1

B Group

Russia 9- Egypt 0

Uzbekistan 4- Guatemala 5

Egypt 6 – Guatemala 3

Uzbekistan 2 – Russia 4

Guatemala 1 -Russia 4

Costa Rica 6 – Lithuania 2

Group C

Morocco 6-Solomon Islands 0

Portugal 4-Thailand 1

Solomon Islands 0 – Portugal 7

Thailand 1- Morocco 1

Solomon Islands 4 – Thailand 9

Portugal 3 – Morocco 3

Group D

Brazil 9- Vietnam 1

Czech Republic 5- Panama 1

Panama 2- Vietnam 3

Brazil 4 – Czech Republic 0

Czech Republic 1 – Vietnam 1

Brazil 5 – Panama 1

Group E

Angola 4- Japan 8

Spain 4- Paraguay 0

Spain 4 – Japan 2

Paraguay 4 – Angola 1

Japan 1- Paraguay 2

Spain 4 – Angola 1

Group F

Iran 3-Serbia 2

Argentina 11- United States 0

Iran 4 – United States 2

Argentina 4 – Serbia 2

United States 0 – Serbia 7

Argentina 2 – Iran 1


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