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Gremio players wear masks in protest against playing amid coronavirus outbreak

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Players from Brazilian club Gremio took to the field wearing masks on Sunday in protest at having to play a football match as fears over coronavirus grow.

Led by manager Renato Portaluppi, the players walked out of the tunnel to face Sao Luiz and lined up before the game wearing white masks over their faces.

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Gremio won the Gaucho state championship match 3-2 in front of empty stands at the Gremio...

Eight sent off as Gremio and Internacional get heated in Porto Alegre derby

Gremio and Internacional lost their heads at the end of the game.

After two rounds of group games, the Copa Libertadores, South America's Champions League, has been forced to shut down in an attempt to stall the spread of the coronavirus.

And a few hours after the announcement was made, the tournament went to its temporary pause with a bang. The Porto Alegre derby in the south of Brazil between Gremio and Internacional was played for the 424th time -- and the first in the Libertadores. It all proved a bit much.

Toward the end of the match there were almost 15...

Copa Libertadores: Flamengo gamble ahead of Gremio; River Plate faves over Boca

The final of last year's Copa Libertadores caught the attention with its chaos and controversy -- fan violence meant that the decisive second leg between Buenos Aires rivals River Plate and Boca Juniors was switched to Madrid.

This year's version may hit the headlines for more palatable reasons. This week will sort out the finalists of what is proving the most intriguing Libertadores for years -- the result of a blend between the old and the new.

The old is represented by River and Boca, whose rivalry...