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Corinthians in the Round of 16 of the South American Cup

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António Oliveira’s Corinthians guaranteed direct qualification to the round of 16 of the South American Football Cup.The “timão” secured first place in Group F, in a direct game with the Uruguayans from Racing Montevideo, by winning 3-0, with goals from Rodrigo Garro, in the 22nd minute, Yuri Alberto, in the 25th, and Igor Coronado, at 58.

Corinthians in the Round of 16 of the South American Cup.

The Brazilian team finished the group first, with 13 points, followed by Racing, with 11, Argentinos Juniors, with nine, and Nacional, with one.

Bragantino in the Play-offs.

Bragantino, which was very unlikely to guarantee first place in the group, due to the huge goal difference to Racing Club, was unable to finish with a triumph, after drawing 1-1 in the visit to the Chileans of Coquimbo.Pedro Caixinha’s team finished with 13 points, two less than Racing, who won in the last round, and will compete in the play-off to reach the round of 16 of the second CONMEBOL club competition with a third-placed team from the Copa Libertadores.Bragantino was losing until stoppage time, with Chavez scoring for the Chileans, at 41, and Helinho equalizing for the Brazilian team, from a penalty, at 90+8.

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