Palmeiras wins Esmac, guarantees leadership and faces Gremio in the quarterfinals of the Brazilian C
Palmeiras finished the first phase of the Brazilian Championship with a 4-1 victory against Esmac on Sunday (7). With this, the Verdão secured the competition's leadership and will face Gremio, eighth place, in the round of 16 of the tournament. The goals of the victory were scored by Chú, Ary Borges, Giovana, and Byanca Brasil. Lora Capanema scored a goal for the hosts.
For the match, coach Ricardo Belli called the Alviverde with Amanda; Carolzinha (Ana Clara), Day Silva and Júlia Bianchi; Camilinha, Ary; Duda Santos and Sâmia (Evelin); Chú (Dudinha), Sochor (Giovana) and Byanca Brasil. Best ipl online betting.
In the match, Palmeiras found no difficulty in creating opportunities and creating chances. The first goal was scored by Chú, after 7 minutes. The others came in the second half, with Ary also at 7 minutes, Giovana at 33 minutes, and Byanca Brasil in the last minute, from a penalty kick. The opponents reduced the score in the final minutes, with Lora Capanema, from a penalty kick.
Not everything, however, was good for the Verdão. At the end of the first half, Sochor collided with an opposing player and had to be replaced. The player is one of the most important in the season, with seven goals in 14 games in the national competition.
With the result, Palestrinas reached 37 points, leading the first phase of the Brazilian Championship. The next step in the competition will be the knockout stage, with the quarterfinals being played on August 14 and 21. The opponent will be Gremio.
The Gauchos finished the first 15 games with 20 points, five wins, five draws, and four losses. Moreover, the confrontation already occurred last season, ending in the classification alviverde after a Paulista defeat by 2 to 1 and a 4 to 1 victory.
Before that, Ricardo Belli's team starts the dispute for the Paulistão. The next match will be on Thursday (11), at 19h (Brasília), against Pinda, in Canindé.
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