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"Caminho is Léo Baptistão in it";  Curitiba is weak and Santos already knows the "mine" in Copa de Brazil

“Caminho is Léo Baptistão in it”; Curitiba is weak and Santos already knows the “mine” in Copa de Brazil

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Coxa’s defense sector was nonexistent and an old friend of Bixe’s rival could “help” Bixa advance in the knockout cycle.

Photo: Evan Storte/Santos - Leo Baptistao will start against Curitiba in Angelo's absence
Photo: Evan Storte/Santos – Leo Baptistao will start against Curitiba in Angelo’s absence

The fifth round of the Brazilian Championship was held a little while ago in Resacada, in Florianópolis, where Avai beat Curitiba, turning around with a score of 2-1. As a result, Azulau entered the group of four and went to third place, outnumbered only by the leader of Corinth, with 12, and saintswhich also has 10 points in addition to Santa Catarina. And speaking of Peixe, Monday (09)’s duel was significant to Fabian Bustos’ team intentions.

All because Santos, next Thursday (12), will receive Coritiba at Villa Belmeiro in the second leg of the third stage of the Copa del Rey. In the first leg, Coxa beat Coto Pereira 1-0 and now forces Alfinegro to win by two goals to advance to the round of 16. Watching the Coxa vs Avaí match, Peixe fans and segments found “mines” to reverse the flaw suffered by the Paraná people.

colleague Lucas Musseti, Which covers the daily life of Santos in UOL Sports, Experienced pointed egidio, which passed through Palmeiras, Flamingo, Cruzeiro and Fluminense, as a way of trying to destabilize the Paraná people of Villa.

“Egidio took a penalty (in Muriqui) and scored poorly in the origin of the second penalty. The way for Santos is Leo Baptistao in him because Angelo will not be available”, The journalist mentioned in a comment on Twitter a while ago. Curitiba’s No. 6 dropped Muriqui in the area and committed a penalty as the match was scoring 1-0 for the white thighs in Floripa.

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