Inter defeated Flamengo in Dorival’s debut and slept in the G4

Dorival Júnior made his debut with a loss managing Flamengo. Today (11), Internacional won 3-1, in Beira-Rio, for the 11th round in Brasileirão, and slept in the G4. Wanderson, twice, and Pedro Henrique scored Inter goals. Andreas Pereira scored the goal for Fla.

Colorado’s win was built on a goal scored just before the first minute of play. It was the gaucho team’s 15th undefeated game, considering all the competitions it contested. Rubro-Negro lost the third consecutive match to Brasileirão.

With 18 points, Inter jumped to third place in the classification, but could leave the G4 with Sunday’s games. Flamengo was 15th with 12 points.

Inter’s next match on Wednesday (15), against Goiás, is away from home. Flamengo hosted Cuiabá, the same day, in Rio de Janeiro.

The run was good: Wanderson scored two and became the top scorer

If Inter are having a hard time getting a center forward, their left winger has solved it. Wanderson scored twice and became the team’s top scorer of the season. “We knew the opponent was tough, but we started with high intensity. We had a good game, but we were efficient. I’m happy to help both goals and I hope to continue like that”, he said. at the end of the first half.

Bad: Everton Ribeiro missed in the middle

Everton Ribeiro missed the pass that led to Inter’s second goal. The ball is lost in a dangerous spot on the field.

Dorival chose old acquaintances to debut

In no time even an exercise, Dorival Jr. opted for the medallion roster on his debut. He highlighted the return of Diego Alves, who can’t be blamed on goals, and bet on David Luiz and Filipe Luís, players who had already lost ground with the arrival of Paul and Ayrton Lucas, respectively. The team played a game full of individual technical flaws and very little inspiration. A slightly better arrangement in the final period, Dorival’s team still tried to react, but lacked the quality to make real possibilities.

Birthday of Mano Menezes

Mano Menezes turned 60 years old. Managing Inter since April, he was responsible for strengthening the team after a poor start to the season with Alexander Medina being reserved. At the Southern club, he has not lost since his debut.

Inter game: early goal and attack

Inter practically started the game winning. In less than a minute, Wanderson had already scored the first goal of the game. With that, Mano Menezes ’team felt safe to act as they wished, defending their goal and exploring the counterattack. Such is the birth of the second goal and a few more chances. Alan Patrick as play organizer and Wanderson’s big night helped the Porto Alegre team.

Flamengo’s game: the offensive start defines the game

By allowing the first goal before the first minute of the game, Flamengo saw their plan crumble early on and saw Inter completely dominate the action in the first half. Without saying anything and being very slow in exchanging passes, Fla are a harmless team and that marks severely an opponent who knows how to take advantage of the many vacancies left by Rubro- Negro. The team got better with the departure of Thiago Maia, who gave way to Marinho. The team practiced pressure, reduced the disadvantage, but lacked the football to leave Beira-Rio with a better result.

Very cold in Porto Alegre

The game is marked by low temperatures. The cold in the capital Rio Grande do Sul, magnified by the proximity of Beira-Rio to Guaíba, is dropping thermometers. The temperature in Porto Alegre during the match was below five degrees, but the thermal sensation was lower.


date: 06/11/2022 (Saturday)
toward: Beira-Rio stadium, in Porto Alegre (RS)
referee: Braulio da Silva Machado (Fifa/SC)
assistants: Alex dos Santos (SC) and Thiaggo Americano Labes (SC)
VAR: Daiane Caroline Muniz dos Santos (Fifa/SP)
Yellow cards: Matheuzinho, Marinho (FLA); Busts, From Feathers, Taison (INT)
goals: Wanderson, from Inter, with 46 seconds left in the game; Wanderson, from Inter, in the 21st minute of the first half; Andreas Pereira, from Flamengo, 12 minutes into the second half; Pedro Henrique, from Inter, in the 46th minute of the second half;

Daniel; Bustos (Moledo), Vitão, Mercado and Renê; Gabriel, Rodrigo Dourado (Johnny), De Pena, Alan Patrick (German) and Wanderson (Taison); David (Pedro Henrique).
Technician: Mano Menezes

Diego Alves; Maheuzinho, Rodrigo Caio, David Luiz and Filipe Luís (Ayrton Lucas); Arão (Pedro), Thiago Maia (Marinho), Andreas and Everton Ribeiro (Diego); Bruno Henrique and Night.
Technician: Dorival Junior

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