The Chilean U23 team achieved their second online triumph in the Pre-Olympic Tournament of Colombia, climbing to the top of Group A, after beating their similar Venezuela in the city of Armenia 1-0.A commitment with little brilliance was experienced in the Centennial Stadium. The combined that Bernardo Redín directs did not present an absolute dominance, but thanks to an acceptable second lapse and the extra man he had in the final stretch of the brega allowed him to take new three points. Meanwhile, the ‘vinotinto’ premiered in the contest when he was released on the first day, where Chile premiered with a clear 3-0 victory over Ecuador.In the first period was better the plain slab, which with the speed of his bands passed zozobras to the ‘Roja’. A shot by José Rivas in the 10th minute, where the ball passed by Carabalí’s bow, was the clearest. For its part, Chile did not arrive frequently and only warned at 18′ with a header misexecuted by Nicolás Díaz when he was completely alone in the area. Already in the complement, the national team was better seen in the grammewithen with the incomes of Angelo Araos and Matías Caballeri. However, Venezuela alerted him to the entrance with a header in the small area of Yeferson Soteldo that found the great reaction of the archer Omar Carabalí.One of the incidents that would end up marking the match was the expulsion at 64 minutes by double warning of the defender Venezuelan Jholvis Acevedo.The key moment of the brega in Armenia would reach 82′. Angelo Araos received a great center of Sebastián Cabrera in the penalty spot, and in the face of a bad exit from the meta Cristopher Varela, the steering wheel only had to deflect it for the ball to get into the goal. Second victory of the ‘Red’ in the Pre-Olympic, which allows him to be one step away from the qualifier to the final home run that will look for the two seats for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.For the third day of Group A, the Rein team will be measured on Friday 24 from 20 :30 hours to Argentina at the Estadio ‘Hernán Ramírez Villegas’ in Pereira.