Grêmio 1-1 Palmeiras – repeated movie

After a terrible first half, Palmeiras and Grêmio were destined to have a goalless draw, but Raphael Veiga opened the scorecard with a beautiful one-time shot in the 71st minute and it looked like that would be the sole goal of the game. However, in stoppage time, Grêmio found the equalizer after a corner kick and the draw let Palmeiras with 18 points, three behind the leaders Atlético Mineiro.

Line-up
Weverton; Marcos Rocha, Felipe Melo, Gustavo Gómez and Viña; Gabriel Menino (Bruno Henrique), Ramires (Wesley) and Danilo; Raphael Veiga (Vitor Hugo), Rony (Verón) and Willian (Luiz Adriano).

Gabriel Menino, Felipe Melo and Viña received yellow cards.

Green Light
Palmeiras remains the only team unbeaten in the Brazilian League, with four victories and six draws in ten matches.

Yellow Light
After a good game against Bolívar, Rony repeated the same mistakes of previous exhibitions and has already spent the credits he had won with supporters.

Red Light
Another game that Palmeiras concede the equalizer in the dying minutes. The history is always the same: the team fails to increase the lead and to keep the ball in the attack, then, in the last minutes, an inattention of the defense creates the opportunity the opponent was waiting for spoil the rest of the day for palmeirenses.

Next Challenge
Palmeiras’ last stop of the South America Tour is at Asunción, where Guarany awaits for the 4th round of the Libertadores Cup. A victory against the Paraguayans guarantees a spot for the Big Green at the knockout stage for the fourth consecutive year.

Scoppia che la vittoria è nostra!

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by Augusto Anteghini Oazi

*Here at Anything Palmeiras, we love football. We love Palmeiras. We are always keen to see Palmeiras play, and keen to write about it for you. But we’re against the return of football in a country that still hasn’t controlled the coronavirus pandemic. We express our deepest sympathy to the families whose loved ones have been taken by the disease.  

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