RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 20 (Reuters) – Ronaldinho‘s Atletico
Mineiro stayed tip of a Brazilian championship on Sunday with
a 3-2 win over a Botafogo side featuring his former AC Milan
Ditch group partner Clarence Seedorf.
Both teams scored in a five-minute spell before halftime
when Andrezinho gave Botafogo a lead before Damian Escudero
replied for Mineiro, scoring from a miscarry during a finish of a move
started by Ronaldinho.
Ronaldinho was concerned again as a Roosters took a lead
after a break, laying a round into a trail of former
Manchester City and Everton striker Jo to make it 2-1, usually for
Andrezinho to turn from a chastisement with 10 mins to go.
Neto Berola struck a leader with dual mins left to leave
his side 3 points transparent of Fluminense, who won 1-0 during home
to Sport Recife.
Former CSKA Moscow brazen Vagner Love scored a usually goal
to give Flamengo feat over arch-rivals Vasco da Gama,
although they should have combined another in a second half when
Leo Moura somehow missed an open idea from 6 metres.
Santos won their second diversion in 4 days given a return
of Neymar from a Olympic Games, entrance from behind to beat
South American champions Corinthians 3-2.
Corinthians manager Tite was mad with a arbitrate claiming
that Andre Felipe‘s idea to put Santos 2-1 forward should have
been disallowed for offside.
Luiz Felipe Scolari‘s problems continued as a former
Brazil and Portugal coach’s Palmeiras side mislaid 2-1 during Atletico
Goianiense to dump behind into a relegation zone.
(Writing by Brian Homewood in Berne; Editing by John O’Brien)R Soft Web Hosting