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Vitória 1×3 São Paulo and 5th round of the Brasileirão

Vitória Luciano Brasileirão

São Paulo benefited from Vitória’s defender’s expulsion early in the match and won at Barradão.

Due to the intense rains in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, the teams from the region didn’t play, therefore they only had 7 matches in the round.

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Vitória 1×3 São Paulo

São Paulo kept up their good form and won against Vitória away from home with two goals from Luciano.

In the early minutes of the match, Wagner Leonardo elbowed Calleri, and after over 7 minutes and VAR analysis, the referee sent off Vitória’s defender.

With a player advantage practically from the start, São Paulo dominated the match.

At 17 minutes, Rodrigo Nestor skillfully dribbled past Zeca and crossed. The ball reached Igor Vinícius, who shot from close range, but the ball hit PK and went out for a corner.

At 21 minutes, Igor Vinícius crossed and Michel Araújo dangerously headed the ball near the post.

At 39 minutes, Luciano received the ball at the edge of the box, passed it to the middle, and Galoppo shot for a great save by Lucas Arcanjo. On the rebound, Igor Vinícius, unmarked, shot from the small box but hit the post, missing an unbelievable goal.

After relentless pressure, São Paulo opened the scoring at 44 minutes. Igor Vinícius crossed perfectly and Luciano headed it into the net.

In the second half, Vitória equalized the match at 3 minutes. Matheusinho took a corner at the near post, and Willian Oliveira rose alone to head it in. Rafael touched the ball but couldn’t prevent the goal.

Tricolor quickly reacted and took the lead again at 7 minutes. Nestor gave a beautiful pass to Michel Araújo, who passed it to Luciano to shoot low first-time and score.

At 35 minutes, Galoppo received on the right wing, made a beautiful cut past the defender, and passed to young Rodriguinho, who had a great opportunity to score his first professional goal but missed.

São Paulo sealed the match at 38 minutes. Arboleda deflected the corner kick, Calleri almost scored, and the defense cleared it off the line. On the rebound, defender Ferraresi showed the composure of a forward, evaded the marker inside the box, and chipped it into the top corner, giving the final score to the match.

With the win, São Paulo climbed further in the Brasileirão standings, while Vitória remains in the relegation zone.

Vitória 1 x 3 São Paulo: veja gols e melhores momentos pelo Brasileiro - Rádio Itatiaia

Photo: Divulgação/São Paulo

Fluminense 2×2 Atlético-MG

Fluminense and Atlético-MG had a great match in Cariacica, with Vargas shining, as he scored shortly after coming on and later equalized for Galo.

Fluminense opened the scoring at 3 minutes. Marquinhos sprinted down the right with great speed, entered the box, and passed to Cano to tap the ball into the empty net.

At 18 minutes, Paulinho combined with Hulk, faced the goalkeeper, and attempted a chip shot, but Fábio made a good save.

In the 15th minute of the second half, Everson made a terrible mistake in the ball distribution, Alexsander gained possession, and quickly passed to Renato Augusto, who shot past the goalkeeper to extend Fluminense’s lead.

When the game seemed settled, Gabriel Milito brought on Igor Gomes and Vargas. The Chilean needed less than 10 seconds to receive a pass from Igor Gomes, shoot across, and reduce the deficit for Galo.

At 33 minutes, Arana crossed accurately, Vargas anticipated, and headed to level the score in Cariacica.

With the draw, Galo missed the chance to end the round at the top, while Fluminense occupies a dangerous zone in the championship.

Vargas, atacante do Atlético, comemora gol sobre o Fluminense

Photo: Pedro Souza/Atlético

Bragantino 1×1 Flamengo

Bragantino and Flamengo had a balanced game, with good chances for both teams.

At 20 minutes, Luan Cândido fouled De La Cruz, and the referee showed a straight red card, but after VAR review, it was found that there was a foul by the Uruguayan on Pedro Henrique at the beginning of the play, and the expulsion was overturned.

Bragantino opened the scoring at 29 minutes. Gustavinho took a corner, Pedro Henrique rose high and headed into the top corner, leaving Rossi with no chance.

Three minutes into the second half, De La Cruz carried the ball alone from midfield and, face to face with Cleiton, hit the crossbar.

At 6 minutes, Eric Ramires received at the edge of the box, placed his shot stylishly, and hit the crossbar.

At 25 minutes, Gerson launched to Léo Pereira inside the box, who headed towards the middle. Bruno Henrique appeared unmarked and headed from close range, but Cleiton made a fantastic save.

Flamengo equalized at 33 minutes. De La Cruz delivered a beautiful pass to Bruno Henrique, who shot between Cleiton’s legs.

With the draw, both teams occupy similar positions in the Brasileirão, with just 1 point difference, in favor of Bragantino.

Léo Ortiz e Bruno Henrique - Bragantino x Flamengo

Photo: Diogo Reis/AGIF

Corinthians 0x0 Fortaleza

Despite the goalless draw at Neo Química Arena, Corinthians played well but faced an outstanding performance from goalkeeper João Ricardo.

At 14 minutes, Pochettino provided a perfect through ball to Breno Lopes, who missed the target in a one-on-one with Carlos Miguel.

At 23 minutes, Wesley crossed accurately, and Raniele headed from inside the box. Reflexively, João Ricardo made a spectacular save with his arm.

At 33 minutes, Romero took a free-kick with finesse but hit the outside of the net, drawing sighs from the crowd.

Seven minutes into the second half, Garro gave a good pass to Hugo. Inside the box, the full-back shot with his left foot, João Ricardo made the save, and the ball hit the post.

At 9 minutes, Matheuzinho took a corner, Félix Torres headed downwards, and João Ricardo made another great save.

At 34 minutes, Moisés made a great dribble past two markers, entered the box, and attempted to beat the goalkeeper, but Carlos Miguel sent it out for a corner.

Despite the goalless draw, both teams, especially Corinthians, created chances to score. Fortaleza and Corinthians occupy the second half of the table, in 12th and 14th position, respectively.

Matheuzinho sai na cara de João Ricardo, mas não consegue superá-lo

Photo: FABIO MOREIRA PINTO/AGIF/ESTADÃO CONTEÚDO

Athletico-PR 1×0 Vasco

Despite the narrow scoreline, Athletico-PR was vastly superior to Vasco throughout the match, and Hugo Moura’s expulsion early in the first half made the game even more controlled.

At 10 minutes, Zapelli lofted the ball into the area, and Erick headed onto the post.

At 15 minutes, Zapelli would have been one-on-one with the goalkeeper, but was fouled by Hugo Moura, who was promptly sent off. From the free-kick, Pablo hit the crossbar.

Furacão scored the solitary goal of the match at 25 minutes. Gamarra provided a beautiful pass to Esquivel, who crossed, and Erick tapped it into the net.

Twenty minutes into the second half, João Victor made a great individual play and passed to Vegetti to score. However, the Argentine was in an offside position, and the goal was disallowed.

With the win, Athletico-PR took the lead in the Brasileirão, while Vasco remains in the relegation zone.

Erick marcou contra o Vasco, pelo Brasileirão

Photo: Du Caneppele/Pera Photo Press

Botafogo 1×2 Bahia

Bahia surprised and defeated Botafogo at Nilton Santos in a high-level match.

At 7 minutes, Botafogo executed a good combination, and Luiz Henrique scored, but he was in an offside position, and the goal was disallowed.

At 37 minutes, Santiago Arias crossed, Everaldo headed from close range, and John made a miraculous save.

At 42 minutes, Juba took a free-kick, Arias controlled and shot. After VAR review, it was observed that the ball touched Hugo’s hand, and the referee awarded a penalty. Everaldo took it with great quality, into the top corner, opening the scoring for Bahia.

In the first minute of the second half, Botafogo equalized, but the goal was once again disallowed, this time for a marginal offside.

At 18 minutes, Fogão finally leveled the score. Marlon Freitas attempted a shot, but the ball fell to Jeffinho, who volleyed it into the net.

At 40 minutes, Carlos de Pena provided a spectacular pass to Rafael Ratão, who, face to face, calmly dribbled past John and scored.

With the win, Bahia climbed to second place in the Brasileirão, while Botafogo sits just behind in third position.

Everaldo e Caio Alexandre comemoram gol do Bahia sobre o Botafogo no Brasileirão

Photo: THIAGO RIBEIRO/AGIF – AGÊNCIA DE FOTOGRAFIA/ESTADÃO CONTEÚDO

Cuiabá 0x2 Palmeiras

Palmeiras comfortably defeated Cuiabá, who have yet to earn a single point in the championship.

At 6 minutes, Luis Guilherme headed down, and Endrick volleyed, but sent it over the crossbar.

Palmeiras opened the scoring from a set-piece. At 45 minutes, Luis Guilherme shook off his marker and crossed for Lázaro to head in.

Ten minutes into the second half, Fernando Sobral tried from long range and nearly scored, but Weverton made an excellent save.

At 11 minutes, Endrick led a counter-attack, exchanged passes with Luis Guilherme, and found himself one-on-one with Walter, who made the save.

At 23 minutes, Estêvao made a great individual play, was fouled by Denilson inside the box, and the referee awarded a penalty. The youngster took it and struck it with precision into the top corner, sealing the match.

With the defeat, Cuiabá remains at the bottom of the Brasileirão, while Palmeiras sits in 6th place.

Photo: Lance!

 

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Written by Henry Miller.

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