Inter beats Santos and regains second place in the Brasileirão

Inter beats Santos and regains second place in the Brasileirão

Inter beat Santos 1-0 at the Beira-Rio stadium, in Porto Alegre, in the opening of the 29th round of the Brazilian Championship this Saturday afternoon (1st).Inter beats Santos and regains second place in the Brasileirão

The goal of the team from Rio Grande do Sul was scored by the Uruguayan Carlos de Pena in the 23rd minute of the opening stage. With the three points conquered, Colorado won again after the midweek stumble against Bragantino and returned to the runner-up of the tournament with 53 points (seven behind leaders Palmeiras, who face Botafogo away from home next Monday-Friday). fair). Meanwhile, Peixe occupies only 10th place with 37 points. In the next round, Inter visit Flamengo at Maracanã on Wednesday (5). Santos returns to the field on the same day to receive Atlético Mineiro in Vila Belmiro.

The return of the Porto Alegre team to 2nd place was confirmed after Fluminense’s defeat by Atlético Mineiro by 2-0 at Mineirão. Galo’s two goals were scored by forward Hulk. The first at 40 minutes of the initial stage and the second, at 19 minutes of the final stage. After that match, Tricolor carioca dropped to 3rd, with 51 points and Atlético remains in 6th, but now with 43 points. The team from Rio de Janeiro will face Atlético Goianiense away from home on Wednesday (5th). And Atlético Mineiro will visit Santos, also on Wednesday.

This Saturday afternoon (1st), América Mineiro beat Ceará 2-1 at the Castelão stadium for the 29th round. The visitors’ goals were from Juninho, at 24 minutes of the first stage, and Felipe Azevedo, at 22 minutes of the final stage. The hosts of the house discounted with Vina in the 48th minute of the second half. The result put Coelho de Belo Horizonte very close to the G6, the group that will compete in the 2023 Libertadores. Now, the team is 8th (with 42 points), 2 of the G6. Meanwhile, Ceará is just one point away from the relegation zone. Vozão is 16th with 31 points. In the next round, Ceará will host Goiás on Wednesday (5th) and América, São Paulo, on Thursday (6th).

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