Leader Palmeiras beat Mineiro and cling to the top

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Leader Palmeiras beat Mineiro and cling to the top

Palmeiras, with a lone goal from defender Murilo, beat Atlético Mineiro 0-1 at home on Wednesday and maintained a nine-point lead in the Brazilian Football League.

At the end of the twenty-eighth day of the Brazilian Championship Series A, the team from São Paulo, led by the Portuguese Abel Ferreira, reached 60 points, nine more than Fluminense, who scored on the date.

With the defeat, Mineiro, the last champion of the League, continues without getting off the ground in seventh position, with 40 points.

The ‘Flu’, now with 51 integers, won 4-0 at the Maracana stadium against Juventude, with goals from Samuel Xavier, Michel Araujo, Colombian Jhon Arias and Argentine striker Germán Ezequel Cano, tournament scorer.

In other matches, Sao Paulo (37 points) defeated Avaí de Florianópolis (28) 4-0 on Sunday, in a game brought on by their trip to Argentina to play the final of the South American Cup against Ecuadorian Independiente del Valley.

On Tuesday, Santos (37 units) beat Athletico Paranaense (44) 2-0, led by coach Luiz Felipe Scolari and Copa Libertadores finalist.

This Wednesday, Corinthians (47 points) beat Atlético Goianiense 2-1 (22); Fortaleza (34) beat Flamengo (45) 3-2 -the other finalist in the Libertadores- and Coritiba (31) won 1-0 against Ceará (31).

Cuiabá (30 units) beat America 1-0 (31); Internacional (50), third in the table, surrendered to a 0-0 draw with Bragantino and Goiás (37) lost 0-1 at Botafogo (37).

Source: La Verdad

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