The next opportunity that Ceará will have to get its first victory as a visitor in the current edition of the Brazilian Championship will appear next Thursday (14) when the team will visit São Paulo, at Morumbi, at 19:00 (GMT).
So far, the team currently led by coach Tiago Nunes has scored only six points of the 33 played so far in the competition away from Arena Castelão. In other words, the Porangabuçu club has a record of six draws and five defeats.
In addition to overcoming the retrospective of the current campaign in Brasileirão, Vozão will also need to counteract the historical retrospective when facing the São Paulo team as a visitor, since the total balance is only one victory and one draw in 11 matches.
The only time Ceará defeated São Paulo was in the first leg of the last 16 of the 2015 Copa do Brasil. Playing for Morumbi, the team then directed by Marcelo Cabo scored 2-1 with two goals scored by Rafael Costa with Alexandre Duck making the opponent’s goal. However, the advantage was not enough for the classification as, on the way back, Alvinegro lost in the capital of Ceará by 3-0.
This week’s match is also important considering the classification as it is about two teams that attend a region dangerously close to the relegation zone. While Vozão has 19 units in 14th place, his opponent has only one point more and is immediately ahead in the table.
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