Kim Eun-Joong Ho faces Uruguay in final…Israel 1-0

(Xinhua) – Uruguay defeated Israel to reach the final of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) U-20 World Cup.

Andersson Duarte scored the winning goal for Uruguay as they defeated Israel 1-0 in the FIFA U-20 World Cup semifinals at La Plata Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Monday (Sept. 9).

Uruguay lined up in a 4-3-3. Randall Rodriguez was in goal, with Damian Garcia, Sebastian Boselli, Facundo Gonzalez, and Alan Maturo in defense. Rodrigo Chagas, Ignacio Sosa, and Fabricio Diaz formed the midfield, while Juan de los Santos, Andersson Duarte, and Franco Gonzalez combined in the attack.

Israel countered with a 4-2-3-1. Tomer Zapati donned the goalkeeping gloves, while Roy Ribeiro, Or Israeloff, Stef Ramkin, and Eli Feingold formed the defense. El Yam Kansepolski and Eli Medmun were in the midfield, while Hamza Shibli, Tei Abed, and Anan Kalayi were in the second line. Dor Tourjeman started up front.

The game was tightly contested. Israel dominated possession and controlled the game, while Uruguay was aggressive in taking shots and looking to score.

Uruguay had the first real shot on goal in the 20th minute off a corner kick. A great overhead kick came out, but it was headed straight at the goalkeeper. Israel also had a shot on target after breaking down the left flank, but it was blocked by Randall Rodriguez.

Uruguay had a crucial chance when Duarte found himself one-on-one but was denied by Zapata. Duarte continued to trouble Israel. He nearly 메이저사이트 won a penalty kick when he was brought down in the box, and he threatened the Israeli goal with an exquisite turn and shot.

However, no goals were scored and the first half ended 0-0.

After hitting the post in the fifth minute of the second half, Duarte continued to pound away at the goal and finally opened the scoring in the 17th minute. Maturo’s mid-range shot bounced off the post and the onrushing Duarte slotted home.

Israel had a one-on-one opportunity in the final minute of the match when Omer Senior, a late substitute, used his pace to break through, but was denied by the keeper at the last second.

Duarte scored the winner to send Uruguay to their third final in as many tournaments, knocking out Israel, who had been a surprise favorite throughout the tournament.

As the first team to reach the final, Uruguay will play the winner of South Korea-Italy for their first title at 6 a.m. on Nov. 12 at the same venue.

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