Photo | Funded by @LPB_COL | LA PATRIA Colombia will play an all-or-nothing game this Wednesday against the United States.
In the last four days, Colombia went from their joy with Mexico to shock losses to Great Britain, and this Tuesday they experienced the horror of a 5-0 defeat without objection against Canada, from which they pledged a large part. his head to advance to the quarterfinals of the World Classic.
Canada knew how to silence the Columbian batters, who could not contain their rebellion at Chase Field in Phoenix, AZ, because of a walk that would change the history of the game that went up in the top of the fourth inning.
The students of Jolbert Cabrera plummeted to fifth place in Group C standing with a balance of one deficit and two losses (1-2), similar to Great Britain, which started the fourth day today in fourth place.
The Ninth team of the Three Lions will later complete their presentation in the group stage against Mexico, which turns out to be third in the standings with a win and victory (1-1).
Canada, which suffered a hard correction from the United States last night, losing 12-1 last night, got up, pushed back and turned the tide today with a solid victory and leaves in second place with a balance of 2-1, similar to the Stars and Stripes team, the leader provider who rested today.
The ninth tricolor jumped onto the grass of Chase Field today with urgent needs, and hours later she was badly injured and with a reserved prognosis.
The Cubs controlled the game until the fourth inning, when Bob Naylor appeared, punishing starter Adrián Almeida with an RBI single that Tyler O’Neill used to make it 0-1.
Still, the offensive intentions of the coffee maker were reduced to an innocent shot by Giovanny Urshela in the first episode.
Colombia’s fifth inning could have been very costly, as catcher Elías Díaz ran away with the ball.
Jolbert Cabrera moved his team of pitchers in search of a comeback, but neither Urshela, Jorge Alfaro nor Jordan Díaz found the “Open Sesame” pitch for the Canucks, who allowed just five hits in the entire game.
To make matters worse, the Colombians only had two runners in the entire game instead of scoring.
In the eighth inning, Canada increased the difference with a run and delivered things out of favor in the ninth. A three-run homer by Dasan Brown and Jared Young came off the bat of Otto López, marking a game-best triple, a home run, two runs for the record and three runs.
Colombia will play an all-or-nothing game against the United States this Wednesday.