Game opened sixth round of the Brazilian Championship.  (Photo: Lucas Emanuel/AGIF)

Rubro-Negro was in 14th place in the table, while Vozão is in 17th

Game opened sixth round of the Brazilian Championship. (Photo: Lucas Emanuel/AGIF)

Ceará and Flamengo drew 2-2, this Saturday (14), at Arena Castelão, in Fortaleza, for the opening of the sixth round of the Brazilian Championship. With the result, Vozão appears in 17th place in the table, with four points. Rubro-Negro is in 14th place, with six points.

Flamengo opened the scoring after six minutes of the first half. Willian Arão took advantage of Arrascaeta’s corner kick and headed for the back of the net. Vozão almost equalized at 21, when Zé Roberto kicked from the edge of the area and Hugo palmed.

Four minutes later, at 25, Alvinegro equalized. Mendoza invaded the area and kicked off goalkeeper Hugo. Before the break, at 37, Mengão scored the second. This time from a free kick, Arrascaeta served Arão, who headed for the back of the goal again.

Flamengo returned to the second half in search of the third goal. At four minutes, Pablo headed hard and stamped Ceará’s crossbar. Vozão started to pressure Fla at the end of the game.

At 35, Iuri headed in the corner of the goal, Hugo defended and Matheuzinho saved over the line. At 45, Alvinegro tied. Nino Paraíba took a classy free-kick and covered up Hugo to seal the tie at Arena Castelão.

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