The knockout stage of the Copa Sudamericana is underway in South America, and one Fluminense player just brought the tournament to life.
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In the 92nd minute, Fluminense’s No. 10, Junior Sornoza of Ecuador scored an incredible goal from a corner kick to give the Brazilian hosts a 2-0 win over Uruguay’s Defensor Sporting. With Defensor trailing and looking for a quick counter attack from the corner kick, Sornoza eyed Defensor’s Guillermo Reyes off his line, waiting for a ball into the middle of the box.
Sornoza picked out the far corner and the rest is history. Never chance, Copa Sudamericana (and Copa Libertadores).