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Grêmio 3×2 Flamengo and 29th round


Grêmio staged a comeback victory against Flamengo at the Arena and returned to winning ways in the Brazilian Championship after four games. The Rubro-Negro suffered their first defeat under Tite’s leadership.

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Grêmio 3×2 Flamengo

With just 1 minute of play, Everton Cebolinha stole the ball from João Pedro on the left flank, passed it to Arrascaeta, who struck it low and hard. Gerson was there to finish near the small area but sent it wide.

At the 14th minute, Arrascaeta took a long-range free-kick. The Uruguayan struck it fiercely, low, and Gabriel Grando made a corner save in the bottom corner.

Flamengo opened the scoring at 41 minutes. Everton Cebolinha showcased a brilliant solo performance, eluding Geromel, winning a duel against Villasanti, and leaving Kannemann and Grando on the ground with a beautiful cut. After finding the back of the net, Cebolinha refrained from celebrating due to his previous stint with Imortal.

In the 2nd half, at the 11th minute, Arrascaeta delivered a corner, and Pablo rose to head it, but Grando parried it to the corner.


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Grêmio comeback began at the 30th minute. Bruno Henrique made a midfield pass error, and Villasanti regained possession. Ferreira combined with the Paraguayan and, one-on-one with Rossi, displayed skill to place the ball into the top corner.

Grêmio scored their second goal at the 35th minute. André Henrique received the ball on the right and passed it to Cristaldo. The Argentine won it, and the ball fell to Nathan Fernandes, who struck it into the right corner, turning the game around.

Grêmio encerra sequência negativa no Brasileirão com show de guris

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At the 40th minute, in just 10 minutes, Imortal scored their third goal. Reinaldo took a throw-in, Villasanti headed it to André, marking his second assist in the game. The youngster struck it first-time, the ball hit the crossbar, and went in.


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At the 42nd minute, Flamengo pulled one back. Éverton Ribeiro delivered a free-kick into the box, and Luiz Araújo headed it into the corner to reduce the deficit.

With the victory, Grêmio put an end to a 4-game winless streak in the championship, while Flamengo lost their 5-game unbeaten run in the Brasileirão.

Bragantino 1×2 Atlético-MG

Galo beat Bragantino at Nabizão and reached the G6. Hulk and Igor Gomes opened the scoring, while Talisson scored for Massa Bruta.

Athletico-PR 3×2 América-MG

Furacão beat América at the Ligga Arena. The visitors opened the scoring with Mastriani, but Athletico turned it around with Erick, Pablo and Vitor Bueno. Finally, Coelho cashed in on Martínez.

Fluminense 5×3 Goiás

In an electrifying game in Volta Redonda, Fluminense beat Goiás 5-3. Esmeraldino opened 2-0 with Allano and Matheus Babi, Flu scored 5 goals, with 1 goal from Felipe Melo, 2 from Arias and 2 from Keno. Finally, Goiás pulled one back with a beautiful goal from Palacios.

Cruzeiro 3×0 Bahia

In direct confrontation, Cruzeiro easily beat Bahia and distanced themselves from the relegation zone. The goals were scored by Kanu (own goal), Marlon and Bruno Rodrigues.

Palmeiras 5×0 São Paulo

Palmeiras ran over São Paulo at Allianz Parque and scored the 2nd biggest defeat of the match. Breno Lopes and Piquerez scored 2 goals, Marcos Rocha scored the other.

Cuiabá 0x1 Corinthians

Corinthians won an important victory against Cuiabá at Arena Pantanal. The only goal of the match was scored by Romero.

Vasco 1×2 Internacional

Inter beat Vasco in São Januário, breathes more calmly and sinks Cruz-Maltino into the relegation zone.

Santos 2×1 Coritiba

In a game marked by poor refereeing, Santos beat Coritiba at Vila Belmiro by 2-1. Joaquim opened the scoring, Robson equalized with a much-questioned penalty and Marcos Leonardo scored the winning goal for Santos.

Table Brasileirão

Classificação da 29ª rodada da Série A

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Written by Henry Miller.

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