Copinha: São Paulo beats São Caetano 2-1

Copinha: São Paulo beats São Caetano 2-1

São Paulo closed the group stage of Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior with three wins in three matches, after defeating São Caetano 2-1, this Tuesday (11) at Anacleto Campanella stadium, in São Caetano do Sul ( SP).Copinha: São Paulo beats São Caetano 2-1

After finishing the starting phase in the lead of Group 21 in the first position, Tricolor do Morumbi will face São Bernardo, second place in Group 22, in the knockout stage.

But, despite the final victory going to São Paulo, São Caetano opened the scoring just before the break, with a headed goal by Guilherme Tavares after Arthur’s free kick. However, in the final stage, the Morumbi team turned the score around thanks to goals from Caio, after assists from Talles Wander.

Vasco 100%

Another team that won by 2 to 1 to guarantee 100% success in the first phase of Copinha was Vasco. Cruzmaltino beat SKA Brasil in Santana do Paranaíba and guaranteed 100% success in the first phase and first place in Group 24.

Playing with an alternative team, Vasco came out behind, after a goal from Gabryel in the first half. However, the team from São Januário turned around in the final stage with goals from Marlon Gomes and Figueiredo.

Other Tuesday results:

Palms 0 x 3 Retro
Real Brasilia 2 x 1 Capivarian
Iape 2 x 0 Botafogo-SP
Bragantino-PA 0 x 2 São Bernardo
Assu 1 x 5 Real Ariquemes
Serranense-MG 1 x 4 Inter de Limeira
National 1 x 3 Coritiba
Lizard-SE 3 x 1 Rio Claro
Desportivo Brasil 3 x 2 Goiás
Paulista 0 x 1 Ceará
Ibrachina 2 x 0 Nautical
Palm trees 1 x 1 Água Santa
Cruise 3 x 0 Itapirense
Aster Brazil 0 x 0 Sao Bento
CSE 0 x 4 Perilima
SKA Brazil 1 x 2 Vasco
Saint Bernard 1 x 4 London
West 3 x 3 Flamengo



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