This Saturday, through FluTV, Fluminense released a video showing the details of the training for the game against Macaé, next Tuesday, at 21h35. For the match to be held at the Raulino de Oliveira Stadium, in Volta Redonda, the Tricolor reported that the defender Luccas Claro, who was treating discomfort in his left thigh, has recovered and will be able to play in the next round. On the other hand, Matheus Ferraz follow outside.
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A highlight of Tricolor in 2020, Luccas Claro is the only player on the team considered to be a starter who has not yet made his debut in Carioca. Over the seven matches played by Fluminense in the competition, goalkeeper Marcos Felipe is the one who has been playing the longest: since Fla-Flu of the third round.
Already Nino, Yago Felipe and Martinelli, returned in Flu’s victory by 2 to 0, over Boavista, in the fifth round. In the next round, the other team members played their first 90 minutes of the season, in the 3-2 defeat against Volta Redonda.
Matheus Ferraz’s case, however, is different. The defender came to play in three games playing with Frazan in the Tricolor defense. However, at the last minute, he was cut from the game against Boavista due to pain in his right knee. On examination, it was bone edema is detected at the site and, as informed this afternoon by Fluminense, the player continues as an embezzlement for the match against Macaé.
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