¿A qué hora juega y qué canal televisa Colombia vs. Paraguay hoy? TV y streaming online del partido del Sudamericano Sub 20 2023Tras perder en la primera jornada de la fase final del Sudamericano Sub 20, Colombia intentará levantarse ante Paraguay en el Estadio El Campín de Bogotá. En su primer juego de la segunda etapa del torneo los locales cayeron 1-0 contra Uruguay. Se ubican en el quinto puesto de la tabla de seis selecciones. Los primeros cuatro equipos se clasifican para el Mundial Sub 20 2023 a disputarse en Indonesia, mientras que los tres primeros ingresarán a los Juegos Panamericanos 2023. Paraguay también está en busca de sus primeros tres puntos de la fase final.
Uruguay, Brazil among those standing out so far at South American U20 ChampionshipsFeb 5, 2023Tim VickerySouth America correspondent As the South American Under-20 Championships moves into its final week in Colombia, it seems clear that the competition has suffered a change since the last version. The 2021 tournament was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and while Ecuador were continental champions in 2019, that's unlikely to happen again this time.
It's not necessarily due to Ecuador going backwards, but because they have become a victim of their own success. As a consequence of their 2019 achievements -- they finished third in that year's Under-20 World Cup -- their talents, in particular those produced by the remarkable club, Independiente del Valle, are now on the radar of European clubs. More have therefore moved abroad.
Right winger Oscar Cortes has also done well: his running with the ball has been both powerful and elusive, and his splendid goal against Paraguay on Friday was perhaps the most important Colombia have scored in the tournament so far. Speaking of Paraguay, they appear to have unearthed another rugged, combative centre-back in Gilberto Flores, who also offers a threat from set pieces in the opposing penalty area. Ecuador have an interesting target man centre forward in Justin Cuero, and a collection of tricky wingers in Yaimor Medina, Alan Minda and Jose Klinger.
What makes him especially interesting in his position. In recent times, Brazil have produced reams of wide forwards, but few who operate through the centre. The appearance, then, of a central striker who is robust, mobile and with a rich technical repertoire is good news indeed. Recent Chelsea signing Andre Santos has done exceptionally well as a midfield powerhouse who can play out from the back, compete in the middle and break forward to score goals. His former Vasco da Gama teammate Marlon Gomes is a midfielder with a fine eye for a pass; to make a Chelsea comparison, there's something of Mason Mount about him. Another central midfielder who has caught the eye is Colombia captain Gustavo Puerta, who can prompt his team with dynamism from deep and posses