Peñarol celebrated in Alberto Suppici for match 3 of the tournament. The locals scored the only goal of the game 47 minutes into the first half, through Pablo Ceppelini, from a penalty.
Bryan Olivera crashed a shot into the post and missed the opportunity to increase the difference in the 57th minute of the second half.
The figure of the meeting was Pablo Ceppelini. The midfielder from Peñarol stood out against Ñublense as he scored 1 goal and kicked 2 times on goal.
Another of the key players in Alberto Suppici was Agustín Alvarez Martínez. The Peñarol striker kicked the goal 5 times against Ñublense.
It was a closely contested match with fouls from both sides. There were several cautioned: Pablo Ceppelini, Giovanni Campusano, Iván Rozas, Agustín Da Silveira and Damian Musto.
Peñarol’s coach, José Larriera Dibarboure, arranged a 4-5-1 formation on the field with Jonathan Lima in goal; Luciano Fernández, Matías González, Agustín Da Silveira and Jairo O´Neill in the defensive line; Rodrigo Saravia, Agustín Álvarez Wallace, Ignacio Laquintana, Pablo Ceppelini and Facundo Torres in the middle; and Agustín Álvarez Martínez in the attack.
For their part, those led by Jaime García stood with a 4-3-3 strategy with Hernán Muñoz under the three sticks; Bernardo Cerezo, Nozomi Kimura, Nicolás Vargas and Giovanni Campusano in defense; Iván Rozas, Branco Provoste and Manuel Rivera in midfield; and Mathías Pinto, Alexander Aravena and Fernando Cordero up front.
The referee appointed for the match was Pablo Giménez.
Peñarol went to Tournament 2 – Summer Uruguay – Semifinals of Friendly Clubs 2022 and ended the dream of Ñublense.
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