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Goal feast in OS Barbados

Renaldo Gilkes

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The OS Barbados Youth International Football Tournament once again produced heavy victories for the visiting Brazilian teams Wednesday night.
Under-15 team Atletico Paranaense followed up their 17-0 win over Pro Shottas “B” with an 11-0 victory over Gall Hill.
In the Under-17 age group, America Mineiro defeated Gall Hill 14-0 and in the night cap, Cruizeiro Sporte Clube defeated Division 1 team Silver Sands 4-0 in a game that was reduced to 30 minutes a half.
Leonardo Barboza continued his fine goal scoring form as he registered his second beaver trick in as many matches, scoring in the 20th, 31st, 43rd and 55th minutes.
Marcelo Rosa scored a brace in the 46th and 66th minutes.
Caio Catem got the first goal in as early as the first minute. There were also goals for Roberto Pfuetzenreiter in the tenth minute, Christian Lovizotto, in the 41st, Joao Heinen, in the 53rd and Bruno Lapa, in the 57th minute.
In another Under-15 encounter, Pro Shottas “B” failed to score in their second match of the tournament as they went down 0-6 against the national Under-15 team.  
Attacking midfielder Renee Rouse lead from the front with two goals, scoring in the 35th and 70th minutes. Khalil Gill also scored twice – in the 12th and 59th minutes. Akeel Payne opened the scoring in the ninth minute and Rasheed Clarke scored the other goal in the 59th minute.
America Mineiro made light work of Gall Hill, scoring seven goals in each half.
Two players claimed beaver tricks for the visitors – Felipe Gomes with goals in the tenth, 31st, 33rd and 59th minutes and Renato Da Silva in the 14th, 45th, 47th and 64th minutes.
They were well supported by their teammates as they joined in the goal scoring feast. Hipolito (36th), Gustavo (39th), Cristhian Machado (53rd), China (74th), Parrico (76th), and Brunao Rodrigue (87th) all scored to lead their team to an emphatic victory.
The feature game between Cruzeiro and Silver Sands was reduced to 30 minutes a half due to fatigue of the visitors who have endured a rather hectic schedule since their arrival.
As early as the second minute, Cruzeiro was on the score sheets. A cross from the left found Alisson in the penalty box and he easily slotted it into the bottom right-hand corner.
The second goal came from another good piece of wing play. Cruzeiro overloaded the right and drew the Silver Sands defence, which allowed Vinicius Araujo to pick up a vacant position the box.
His first effort was miscued but he quickly recovered to drill a right-foot shot into the roof of the net.