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U-23 levels: See the moves in Group A and Group B along with the results of the matches on the first date of the pre-2024 South American Olympic Games in Venezuela. Peru is one of the leaders beating Chile.

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Matches and Results Date 1 Group B

  • Peru vs Chile: 1-0 in favor of Peru.
  • Argentina vs Paraguay: The result was 1-1.

Diego Romero-led Peru beat Chile on the opening day of Group B in the under-23 edition of the Pacific Classic. Francesco Flores scored in the 67th minute for the team coached by 'Cemo' del Solar. .

Chile had great chances in Valencia but they didn't hit the target and when they did they collided with goalkeeper Romero. “It's the result of the whole team's effort,” the goalkeeper celebrated.

Matias Lontop was sent off in the 86th minute for a double caution, leaving the Peruvian side down to ten men.

Monday is a free date. Group A resumes next Tuesday with Brazil's first match against Bolivia and Peru-Venezuela. B was reactivated on Wednesday with Paraguay-Uruguay and Peru-Argentina pledges.

The top two in each bracket will advance to the finals of this under-23 tournament, which will offer two spots at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Table of U-23 Pre-Olympic 2024 Positions

Group A Schedule:

  • Ecuador
  • Venezuela
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Colombia
Country PJ G E B GF G.C DG points
1. Ecuador 1 1 0 3 0 3 3
2. Venezuela 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 1
3. Bolivia 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 1
4. Brazil 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. Colombia 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 0

Group B table

  • Peru
  • Argentina
  • Paraguay
  • Uruguay
  • Chile
Country PJ G E B GF G.C DG points
1. Peru 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3
2. Argentina 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
3. Paraguay 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
4. Uruguay 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. Chile 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0
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Luciano Kondo's goal prevented Argentina from beating Paraguay on Sunday and the two teams drew 1-1 in their opening match in Group B of the South American Olympic qualifiers.

The 22-year-old forward for Argentinos Juniors headed home a dangerous cross from Santiago Castro in the 90th minute. It seemed just in time for Javier Mascherano's U-23 side to get off to a late start at the Misael Delgado Stadium in the Venezuelan city when Lionel Messi's teammate Diego Gomez at Inter Miami converted a 67th-minute penalty. From Valencia.

“The result was unfair because we couldn't convert the chances we had,” he told Kondou on the official TV signal. “At least, something to recover, we're not starting to lose.” “I stick with the attitude of the players who go to find the game (…). To start with a defeat in this kind of competition is a big problem,” celebrated Mascherano in a press conference.

Matches and Results Date 1 Group A

  • Ecuador vs Colombia: 3-0 in favor of Ecuador.
  • Venezuela vs Bolivia: The result was 3-3.

Ecuador cruised to a 3-0 win over Colombia thanks to a double from Yaimer Medina. Pre-Olympics The South Americans, who have two places at stake in Paris-2024, were held to a 3-3 draw by hosts Venezuela while Bolivia.

Rio-2016 and Tokyo-2020 mainstay and Olympic champions Brazil on the first day of their independence, Group A was launched. His trainer, Ramon Menezes, and his jewels, Endric and John Kennedy, watch their future rivals from the Brigido Iriarte Stadium in Caracas.

Independiente del Valle's 19-year-old Medina capitalized on Pedro White's filtered pass to score the U-23's first goal of the tournament in the 71st minute. Christopher Zambrano extended the lead in the 86th. Medina finally got the scoreboard moving in the 88th with a beautiful lob past goalkeeper Sebastian Guerrera.

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Although it was tough, Ecuador capitalized on their early numerical superiority as Gabi left-back, Zilmar Fourie, was sent off for a double caution in the 24th minute.

“The important thing is the confidence of the players. Their success and qualification. The elimination pushed Colombia further back, but the motivation to find the match was there from the start,” Tri coach Miguel Bravo celebrated in front of the press.

According to the coach, one thing that needs improvement is “being good on the last pass”. “It hurts to start this way, but we're going to get through it. I'm sure of it,” said Colombia coach Hector Cardenas.

In the second hour, a long-range shot from Gabriel Willam ended Venezuela's opening rout, handing Bolivia an agonizing draw. Willam scored in the 90+6th minute. “We made defensive mistakes and we paid dearly for it,” lamented local coach Argentina Ricardo Valino.

La Vinodinto had a 3-1 lead on the scoreboard when midfielder Madias Lacava scored in the 37th minute, striker Jovani Bolivar in the 42nd minute and left back Renne Rivas in the 63rd minute before the visitors took the lead with a shot. Half distance from Jose Briseno in 31.

Lucas Chavez scored in the 82nd minute to open the way for a Highland reaction and silence some of the stands who showed a big banner with Venezuela in their 2016 World Cup qualifier: “Man, I have hope. Bolivian Carlos Seijas was sent off in the 88th minute.

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