The Brazilian national team can qualify for the football competition in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics next summer after its victory at dawn on Monday, over its traditional rivals Argentina 3-0.
The Brazilian national team managed to qualify for the football competition in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics next summer after its victory at dawn on Monday, its traditional rivals Argentina 3-0 in the last confrontations of South American qualifiers for teams under 23 years.
The first half ended with “Celisao” leading with two goals through Paulinho and Matthews Konya in the 13th and 30th minutes, respectively.
In the second half, Konya, the Hertha Berlin striker, continued the glittering series, adding his second and third personal goals to his country in the 55th minute.
With its first victory in the qualifiers, Brazil raised its score to 5 points, in second place, behind Argentina, who topped the list with six points, to qualify the two teams to the Olympics.
While Uruguay achieved an honorary victory over hosts Colombia 3-1, raising its score to 4 points in third place.