The Serie B round has already heated up the beginning of the weekend. Cruzeiro and Gremio entered the field in exciting games. Meanwhile, in Italy, a sad case stopped the sport.
Ball market: The Japanese midfielder is the new signing of the Serie A club
18-year-old midfielder Kosai Okazawa, considered one of the main promises of Japanese football, is the new signing of Red Bull Bragantino. The youngster has been cleared by the CBF’s BID (Daily Informative Bulletin) this Friday (26) and is ready to be able to make his debut in the Toro Loco shirt.
Gremio is defeated at home by Itaano and loses the chance to grab the vice-leadership
Gremio was defeated at home by Itoano 1:0, at the Arena do Gremio, this Friday (26), and lost the opportunity to take the runner-up position in the competition. The match was valid for the 26th round of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B. Thus, Tricolor is in third place with 44 points. The main criticism fell on coach Roger, who heard the fans asking Renato to return to the club.
Cruzeiro beats Nautico and takes the lead in Serie B
In a valid match for the 26th round of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B. Cruzeiro hosted Náutico at the Arena Independência this Friday (26) and won 4-0. Thus, Raposa reaches 57 points in the lead of the competition and has opened a 13 point gap to Bahia, the second leader of Serie B.
Giovanni Padovani, a 27-year-old winger for the Italian team Sanctalezza, was accused of beating to death Alessandra Matteozzi, his 56-year-old ex-girlfriend. He would use a hammer to commit the murder, in addition to hitting with a baseball bat. The Italian police released information to the RepTV channel on the subject and reported the case.
Liverpool are looking for a trade deal between Roberto Firmino and the PSG star
Liverpool have offered PSG a swap between Roberto Firmino and Leandro Paredes to strengthen their squad for the season. But Juventus’ progress in negotiations for the Argentine, in recent hours, could disrupt the Reds’ plans. Although coach Jurgen Klopp wants the Brazilian to stay at Anfield, the English team’s desire is to sell him. The information is from the British newspaper The Mirror.