Flamengo runner-up draws with relegated Sport in Recife

Michael scores for Rubro-Negro and Gustavo scores for Leão northeast

Published in 03/12/2021 - 22:26 By Juliano Justo - Repórter da TV Brasil e da Rádio Nacional - São Paulo

Sport drew 1-1 with Flamengo on Friday night (3) at Arena Pernambuco, in Recife. The match was valid for the 35th round of the Brazilian Championship.

The first goal of the match was scored by Rubro-Negro from Rio. 39 minutes into the opening stage, forward Michael took advantage of a great move by center forward Pedro to send the first goal to the back of the net. Leão's tie came at five in the final stage, when midfielder Gustavo took advantage of the opponent's defense to invade the area and finish in the exit of goalkeeper Hugo.

On minute 10, referee Leandro Vuaden even scored a penalty for Flamengo. But, with the help of the VAR (video arbiter), he ended up going back.

With the vice-championship already defined, the team from Rio de Janeiro reached 71 points. Meanwhile, Sport, already relegated to Serie B, reached 34 points and remained in the penultimate position. Rubro-Negro's next game will be against Santos at Maracanã next Monday (6). Sport will go to Chapecó to pick up the home team on the same day.

Atlético-GO defeats Chapecoense

In a match of the 36th round, Atlético-GO defeated Chapecoense by 1-0 at Arena Condá, in the interior of Santa Catarina, this Friday night (3).

The only goal of the match was scored by left-back Arthur Henrique, who received it inside the area, tried to cross and ended up hitting the ball in the angle of goalkeeper João Paulo.

With these three points, Dragão reached 47, occupying the 11th position and still dreaming of a place in the 2022 Pre-Libertadores. Chapecoense, already relegated as lantern in the Championship, remained with only 16 points and only one victory in the tournament. The next game of the Goiás team will be on Monday (6) against Internacional in Beira-Rio. On the same day Chapecoense receives Sport.

Text translated using artificial intelligence.

Edition: Fábio Lisboa

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