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Without conceding a goal for 7 games for Corinthians, Cássio equals 2014 record – 05/11/2022

Corinthians beat Portuguesa-RJ 2 x 0 this Wednesday (11), at Neo Química Arena, and secured their classification for the round of 16 of the Copa do Brasil without great difficulty. In the victory, goalkeeper Cássio started as a starter, but ended up substituted in the 37th minute of the first half, with thigh pain, by the reserve Ivan.

Without being leaked again, Cássio reached his seventh straight game without conceding a goal for Corinthians and reached his record streak of 2014, when he also went 7 games without being leaked. The current streak exceeds the streaks of 2015 (6 games) and 2020 (5 games) without conceding a goal.

Current sequence of Cássio without games without taking for Corinthians in 2022:
13/4 – Corinthians 1 x 0 Deportivo Cali-COL (Libertadores)
4/16 – Corinthians 3 x 0 Avaí (Brasileirão)
26/4 – Corinthians 2 x 0 Boca Juniors-ARG (Libertadores)
1/5 – Corinthians 1 x 0 Fortaleza (Brasileirão)
4/5 – Deportivo Cali-COL 0 x 0 Corinthians (Libertadores)
8/5 – Red Bull Bragantino 0 x 0 Corinthians (Brasileirão)
5/11 – Corinthians 2 x 0 Portuguesa-RJ (Brazil Cup)

In this current sequence, Cássio accumulates 601 minutes without conceding a goal. His last was in the 1st round of the Brasileirão, with a penalty, from Botafogo, at 21 minutes of the 2nd half. In 2014, Cássio also went 7 games without being leaked and accumulated a total of 721 without conceding a goal (not counting the extra time). After conceding a goal in the classic against São Paulo in the 35th minute of the 2nd half, by Rodrigo Caio, Cássio was leaked again eight games later, also against São Paulo, when Luis Fabiano scored in the 36th minute of the 2nd half.

In 2014, Cássio went without a goal against Penapolense (0 x 0), Bahia de Feira-BA (2 x 0), Atlético Sorocaba-SP (3 x 0), Atlético-MG (0 x 0), Flamengo (2 x 0), Nacional-AM (3 x 0) and Chapecoense (1 x 0).

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