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What time does Liga de Quito vs. Fluminense and what channel broadcasts Recopa Sudamericana

Liga de Quito and Fluminense will meet again for the second leg final of the Recopa Sudamericana. In the initial match, the ‘albos’ won by the minimum (1-0); However, the ‘Flu’ is confident of being able to reverse the series at the Maracaná Stadium, Rio de Janeiro. Below, we share all the details so you don’t miss this great game.

WHAT TIME DOES THE LEAGUE PLAY VS. FLUMINENSE

The Quito League match vs. Fluminense will take place on Thursday, February 29 at 7:30 p.m. Ecuador time. Next, check the schedules according to each country:

6:30 p.m. – Mexico

7:30 p.m. – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia

8:30 p.m. – Venezuela, Bolivia, United States (Miami)

9:30 p.m. – Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Brazil

WHERE TO WATCH LEAGUE VS. FLUMINENSE FOR SOUTH AMERICAN RECUP

The grand final of the second leg of the Recopa Sudamericana between Liga de Quito and Fluminense can be seen on television through ESPN and ESPN2; In addition, you will have the option via streaming, to do this you must download and subscribe to Star Plus.

The channel that broadcasts on television is ESPN 2, but it is not the only alternative. Liga de Quito or LDU against Fluminense can also be watched by streaming on Star Plus.

Liga de Quito beat Brazilian Fluminense 1-0 this Thursday in the first leg of the Recopa Sudamericana, the competition that pits the winners of the 2023 Sudamericana and Libertadores cups against each other.

When the match seemed over in the Ecuadorian capital, Paraguayan Alex Arce gave the white team the victory in the 90th minute with a goal that generated controversy and led to the VAR being reviewed due to suspicion of an offside position.

A cross and a touch from Arce put the League team ahead in the series, breathing a sigh of relief at the slight advantage with which they will play the revenge.

The duel that will define the Cup Winners’ Cup champion will be played on February 29 at the Maracaná.

The Ecuadorians, champions of the Copa Sudamericana, came out tooth and nail, but they forgot to sharpen their aim. Their intentions to achieve a good goal difference were diluted with deflected shots from Ezequiel Piovi and Sebastián González, key figures in the first half along with José Quintero.

The lack of definition was not the only problem for the albos, who on this occasion were led by the Argentine Adrián Gabarinni due to the lack of accreditation of their coach, the Spanish Josep Alcácer.

The worst nightmare of the Ecuadorian king of cups came to life in Fábio, the goalkeeper with quick reflexes and hands of steel to stop the rival’s attacks.

The Quito League came close to twenty times in the goal of Fluminense, who intends to win their first Cup Winners’ Cup. The Ecuadorians already won that title in 2009 and 2010.

Source: Elcomercio

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