Uruguay and Venezuela tied 1-1 on Tuesday for the Hexagon final at the South American U-20 Championship in Chile, sealed a result that reflects the great parity of the tournament led by Ecuador.
In a hot game, with several fights inside the pitch, Venezuelan captain Christian Macun scored 9 minutes to open the score, and Nicolas Acevedo, 76, marked a draw.
Rafael Dumamel's "Chamomiles" once again played as local residents in Rancagua, thanks to the large Venezuelan migration that arrived in Chile to escape from the crisis in his country.
The rainy center over the Uruguayan space enabled Captain Macun, a defender of Juventus from Italy, who used the desired opening of the table.
Those led by Fabian Koito clenched their teeth and tried to recover, but lacked ideas and there was firmness in the Venezuelan game that left the break with a victory in his pocket.
In addition, Venezuela has kept control of the meeting and has arrived on several occasions on the area defended by Renzo Rodriguez.
But Celeste, who defended the title won two years ago in Ecuador, appeared Nicolas Shpipakase, and the attack flashed.
With the included tube, forward entered the area and took a powerful shot that drew sighs at the stands of the stadium at El Teniente de Rancagua.
The best Uruguay moment in the match continued at half-time to Pablo Garcia, who came up high.
The Caribbean responded armed in defense and did not give up the attack, and Rammel Ibarra was defined through the bar.
Nearly half an hour, meetings and a yellow party increased the duel temperature that the Uruguayans managed to tie in the center on the right side of the Akévedo network.
Fabian Koito's "gurators" were confirmed in the result and were encouraged to seek more action in the rival area.
The door to Uruguay and Venezuela joins equality with no goals sealed by Brazil and Colombia in the first hour.
Between both sides, Ecuador won the light of the tournament and beat Argentina 2-1 to be on the top of the table.
The tournament provides four places for the World Cup in Poland (May 23-June 15) and three places for the Pan American Games in Lima (July 26 – August 11).