Was it an obligation to win the last two games? It can be considered that it is. After all, the team faced the two worst teams in the table. Cruzeiro did its part and got six decisive points in order to be closer to a classification in the semifinals.
He also resumed confidence with the triumphs due to the instability shown in the first six games of the State. The team showed evolution in some aspects. More organized in the defense-offense transition and quite dangerous on the right side. Especially in the first half.
Celebration of the cruise in front of Coimba – Photo: ALESSANDRA TORRES / AGIF – PHOTOGRAPHY AGENCY / AGIF – PHOTOGRAPHY AGENCY / ESTADÃO CONTENT
Bruno José is a player who cannot leave the team at this time. It offers danger to the defense in the plays worked with Matheus Barbosa and Cáceres and has a good finish. The goal is missing to complete this good run as a starter.
In the second half, Cruzeiro found more difficulties in the first 20 minutes. He gained improvement with the arrival of Rômulo to the team and also Felipe Augusto. He took advantage of the departure of Coimbra for the attack and scored the second goal at the end of the match. One way to be aware is: Rafael Sobis can be used further back, as it was in the second stage?
It is a situation to be studied, since Marcinho and Claudinho are still not working. Felipe Conceição is trying to find ways for this new Cruise. It is closer to finding on the right than on the left.
On the left-hand side, the team still needs to get right on the side – Matheus Pereira has been yielding little, as well as Alan Ruschel – and also with Airton, who has not yet presented the good football of the beginning of Cruzeiro.
The important thing is that the Cruzeiro fan comes to the classic with Atlético-MG, who is favorite for the match, with a little more hope that it is possible to get a good result. The paths are being signaled. Just persist and continue to track them safely and confidently.
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