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Brasileirão Matchday 12 Roundup

Brasileirão Matchday 12 Roundup
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With one game remaining in matchday 12 of the Brasileirão, Botafogo scored a big win and took a significant lead in the first place, while there were several changes at the top of the table.

In the highlight of the weekend, O Fogo beat Palmeiras 0-1 with a goal scored by the tournament top-scorer, Tiquinho Soares, in the 28th minute after a left-footed shot inside the box. The Verdão could have tied the game in the 82nd minute, but Raphael Veiga missed a penalty.

Luis Castro’s team now has a 7-point lead over second-placed Grêmio, while Palmeiras missed the chance to close the gap and is now in fourth place.

Among the teams fighting to avoid relegation, several big clubs, such as Corinthians and Vasco, continue to suffer, while Santos is slipping further and further down the table and the fans can no longer stand it.

Round 12 – Games

  • Athletico PR 1-0 Corinthians
  •  Fluminense 2-1 Bahia
  •  Fortaleza 2-1 Atlético-MG
  •  Cruzeiro 1-0 São Paulo
  •  Grêmio 5-1 Coritiba
  •  Palmeiras 0-1 Botafogo
  •  América-MG 1-2 Internacional
  •  RB Bragantino 2-0 Goiás
  •  Santos 2-3 Flamengo
  •  Vasco vs. Cuiabá (Monday)

Brasileirão Série A Matchday 12: Grêmio 5-1 Coritiba

When:

Sunday, June 25 at 3:00 pm ET at the Arena do Grêmio

Moneyline odds: 

Gremio -217 

Coritiba +600

Draw Offs

+330

Where can I watch it?

Brasil Play

Grêmio moved up to second place in the tournament after crushing Coritiba 5-1 with goals from Franco Cristaldo, Mathias Villasanti, Bitello, André Henrique, and Luis Suárez, who in recent days had been rumored to be thinking of retiring due to muscular problems or leaving for Inter Miami with Lionel Messi. The Uruguayan striker scored two goals this week in his last two games.

The Porto Alegre team is undefeated at home with 5 wins and 2 draws and is a candidate for the title, while the Coritiba club is last in the tournament and is the only team that has not won a single game in the whole season. With 9 goals scored they are the worst attack in the Brasileirão, while with 26 goals conceded they are the second worst defense.

Brasileirão Série A Matchday 12: Fluminense 2-1 Bahia

When:

Saturday, June 24 at 5:30 pm ET at Estadio de Maracaná

Moneyline odds: 

Fluminense -151

Bahia +420 

Draw Offs

+225

Where can I watch it?

Brasil Play

In a great and hard-fought match, Fluminense rowed against the current and had to overcome double adversity to beat Bahia 2-1 and reach the fifth place. The Flu had a very good first few minutes where goalkeeper Danilo Fernandes had become the star after three great saves.

However, it was the visitors who managed to take the lead after a cross from Kayky that Vinicius Mingotti finished off in the 28th minute. As if that wasn’t enough, 10 minutes later the referee gave captain Nino a yellow card for a foul, but the VAR called for a review and he was finally shown the red card. The Tricolor had a goal against and a man down.

However, in the second half the situation quickly changed at 49 minutes after a serious mistake by the Bahia defense in a clearance that allowed Lelê to head in for 1-1, and then a great play ended in a great goal by Gabriel Pirani, which was shouted twice because, in the first instance, it was disallowed for offside, but then the VAR confirmed that it was enabled for 2-1. Afterward, Eduardo Barros’ team had to suffer but managed to keep the 3 points.

Brasileirão Série A Matchday 12: Santos 2-3 Flamengo

When:

Sunday, June 25 at 9:00 am ET at Estádio Urbano Caldeira

Moneyline odds: 

Santos -107 

Flamengo +240 

Draw Offs

+250

Where can I watch it?

Brasil Play

One of the big matches of the weekend was between Santos and Flamengo, two great teams but with very different realities. The Peixe, who played without the public after the sanction imposed for the riots of their fans, had already 9 games without a win with 4 defeats and 2 eliminations and needed to recover, however, they started badly.

After just 22 minutes, Everton took advantage of a loose ball in the area and made it 0-1 for Fla, but before the end of the first half, Venezuelan Yeferson Soteldo assisted Colombian Stiven Mendoza to tie the score 1-1.

In the second half, Everton Ribeiro put Mengão’ ahead again at 50′, but two minutes later, Uruguay’s Rodrigo Fernández equalized again. They had not finished celebrating when, at 57′, the Chilean Erick Pulgar defined with his right foot a great collective play that would decide the final 2-3 for Flamengo, which climbed to third place with 22 points and the best attack of the tournament (24).

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