The CBF released the summary of the classic between Flamengo and Fluminense, this Sunday, at Maracanã, with a 2-1 victory for Tricolor. When detailing the authors of the goals of the match, Raphael Claus ended up wrongly crediting the goal scored by Nathan. The referee also detailed the reasons for the expulsions on both teams.
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Raphael Claus recorded in a summary that Fluminense’s second goal was scored by Germán Cano. However, Nathan was the one who headed into the back of the net at 30 minutes into the second half.
The referee also detailed the sending-off of David Braz, at the beginning of the game, and the confusion that ended in two sending-offs for each side at the end of the match. See below:
David Braz – Expelled for, after being cautioned with a yellow card, persisting with the complaint, thus receiving the second caution with a yellow card.
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Manoel – I expelled Mr. Manoel, from Fluminense, in the 42nd minute of the 2nd half, when the game was at a standstill, after a foul was scored in favor of his team. The same ran towards his opponent, giving a lunge with his chest, finishing with his arms behind his opponent’s back, initiating a riot between the players.
– Marino – I kicked out Mr. Mario Sérgio (Marinho), from Flamengo, in the 42nd minute of the 2nd half, when the game was paralyzed, after he committed a foul pushing his opponent, starting a riot.
– Everton Chives – I expelled Mr. Everton, from Flamengo, in the 45th minute of the second half, when the game was paralyzed, for holding his opponent’s neck tightly.
– Caio Paulista: I expelled Mr. Caio, from the Fluminense team, in the 45th minute of the 2nd half, when the game was paralyzed, for headbutting his opponent