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By ESPN Staff
2 days ago

WATCH: Wallyson's delicate curler

Botafogo forward Wallyson showed all his finesse by scoring a delicious curling effort in his side's 2-1 Brasileirao home win over Flamengo in the Classico da Rivalidade.

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By ESPN Staff
5 days ago

Robinho denies rape allegation

Brazil striker Robinho has taken to YouTube to deny allegations he is being investigated for rape.

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
7 days ago

Rogerio Ceni closing in on Ryan Giggs' record for most wins at one club

Goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni scored his 123rd goal in Sao Paulo's 2-1 win over Bahia in the Brasileiro.

Sao Paulo goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni is on the verge of breaking Ryan Giggs' world record for most victories with a single club.

Giggs, who spent 24 seasons as a member of the Manchester United first-team squad, racked up a total of 589 wins with the Red Devils, according to CONMEBOL's official website.

Ceni, 41, has matched that feat with Sao Paulo and is one victory away from making the record his own.

The former Brazil international had the opportunity do so on Wednesday night, yet his side...

Oct 20, 2014

Police detain 6 people after fan death in Brazil

SAO PAULO -- Brazilian police have detained six people after a confrontation that left a 21-year-old football fan dead this weekend, marking the third death involving rival supporter groups in Sao Paulo this year.

Authorities said Monday that the six men will be interrogated to explain their participation in the fighting that took place on a major highway just hours before the Brazilian league game between Palmeiras and Santos on Sunday at the Pacaembu Stadium.

Four people remained hospitalized,...