An incredible turn from Venezuela

Supported for a good number of fans one more time, Chile started the match in a very impressive way scoring two goals in the first four minutes, by #11 Patricio Saavedra and #10 Bastian Velasquez, making the Chileans extremely excited. But Venezuela did not get impacted, and got to balance the match, creating many opportunities to score, what happened by its captain #10 Jose Luis Quintana, at the 25th minute.
Venezuela came back to the second half decided to get the tie, what happened at the 38th minute, by #9 Jessi Yari, finishing a very good counter-attack. The Chileans had no how to prevent the turn from the Venezuelans, what happened in the 51st minute, scored by #4 Anthony Rea. At the very end, in a penalty kick, #10 Jose Luis Quintana gave final numbers to the score of the match.

Venezuela
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
8
FT3 RFD 20
36'
31'
10
FT2 C
74'
25', 61' (p)
69'
4
FT3 R
43'
51'
31'
5
FT2 RFD 20
10'
64'
9
FT2 RFD 20
50'
38'
24'
64'
12
FT2 RFD 20
0'
13
FT2 C
10'
64'
Head coach: Gustavo Pulido
Chile
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
7
FT2 C
74'
44'
10
FT2 C
74'
4'
12
FT1 C
74'
67'
14
FT2 RFD 20
44'
39'
Head coach: Sonny Riquelme