São Paulo eliminated Palmeiras on penalties and advanced to the quarter-finals of the Copa do Brasil.

São Paulo eliminated Palmeiras on penalties and advanced to the quarter-finals of the Copa do Brasil.

NAVADENEWS - São Paulo eliminated Palmeiras on penalties and advanced to the quarter-finals of the Copa do Brasil.- São Paulo beat Palmeiras on penalties and confirmed, tonight (14), qualifying for the quarter-finals of the Copa do Brasil. Tricolor lost 2-1 in normal time, at Allianz Parque, and the decision had to be on penalties due to a 1-0 win in the first leg. In that collection, Rogério Ceni's side took a 4-3 lead. Abel Ferreira's side started the game in great fashion by going 2 to 0, with just 12 minutes left, with goals from Piquerez and Raphael Veiga. Tricolor compared the roles in the second half, seeing Veiga squander a spot-kick and, soon after, use the penalty in his favour.

The duel continued into a penalty shoot-out and the first two hitters ran aground: Veiga, again, and Luciano, who hit him in time. On the fifth penalty, Wesley finished on Jandrei, while Igor Gomes converted and classified the Tricolor. The best: Marcos Rocha It overturned all the strategies that Rogério Ceni had prepared for the decision. As a third-back on the right, with Gustavo Scarpa playing right-back in line 5, Marcos Rocha has the ability to protect Patrick individually – signaled so well that he left at halftime. The worst: Patrick The Scorer managed São Paulo's victory in the early leg.

Palmeiras' chronology begins at an enormous speed, startled by the crowd. In the 9th minute, he compared the roles: Gabriel Veron reached the bottom and crossed low into the center of the box, where Piquerez looked alone and struck hard to open the scoring.

3 minutes later, in the 12th minute of the first half, Patrick forgot a pass in midfield and Palmeiras went fast with Dudu. The 7 shirt went forward, sharing with the defense and creating Raphael Veiga, free and in the zone. Verdão's most successful scorer took it with class from Jandrei and made it 0. São Paulo returned with Luciano taking over Patrick and balancing the game. However, it was Palmeiras who had the chance to end the match with a penalty that was caught by VAR in the hands of Calleri inside the box. In that attack, Raphael Veiga hit Jandrei's goal. 3 minutes after that, Vuaden returned to VAR, this time to score a success.


Organized to offend São Paulo Just before the game started, while the São Paulo players were warming up on the pitch, some of the Palmeiras fans sang a prejudice against the Tricolor players "Car squad..., gay places are in the closet". Only the organized alviverde fans sang, which lasted less than a minute.

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