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BRAZILIAN SERIE A

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
16 Ceará 10 9 19 39
17 Cruzeiro 7 15 16 36
18 CSA 8 8 22 32
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Cruzeiro relegation: Brazilian police arrest three for setting off bombs at Mineirao

Police in Belo Horizonte have arrested three people for detonating bombs at the Mineirao Stadium.

Brazilian police have arrested three people after home-made bombs were detonated at Mineirao Stadium as Cruzeiro were being relegated to the second division for the first time.

More fans suspected of violence, which included breaking seats, were being sought, police in Belo Horizonte said on Monday, a day after the game. Officers were still at the stadium collecting evidence.

Police added 13 people were taken to local hospitals for injuries inside and outside the stadium after Cruzeiro lost...

Cruzeiro season finale abandoned due to riots as team relegated in Brazil

Cruzeiro's final match of the season was abandoned before the end on Sunday when fans ripped up seats and threw them at players after the team were relegated from Brazil's first division for the first time in their history.

The referee abandoned the game with some five minutes remaining shortly after Palmeiras' second goal condemned the home side to a 2-0 defeat.

Police fired percussion grenades as angry fans threw objects and fought on the terraces and officials decided it was not safe for the...

Cruzeiro's swift slide from Brazilian Championship favorites to relegation candidates

Brazil legend Pele weighs in on the recent incidents of racism in football and explains what needs to change.

Going into the last week of the Brazilian Championship, there is no doubt about the destiny of the title. Flamengo of Rio de Janeiro have been utterly dominant and lead by 16 points with two rounds remaining.

But if there is no longer any drama at the top of the table, there is plenty at the bottom. Four of the 20 teams will be relegated at the end of the season, and it looks as if a genuine giant will be among them.

Three of the relegation places have already been defined. Avai and Chapecoense...

Ronaldinho's son signs professional contract with Cruzeiro

Ronaldinho's son Joao Mendes de Assis Moreira has signed his first professional contract with Cruzeiro.

The promising forward, who will be playing with the under-14 squad, has signed a deal for several years, sources told ESPN Brasil.

"[Cruzeiro] were the team that opened the gates for me. I am very fond of the club," he said. "The training sessions are great and the infrastructure is top level. We're talking about Brazil's best club and it's a pleasure to be here."

Cruzeiro were unaware that Joao...

Boca Juniors move on to Copa Lib semis as Cruzeiro's Dede sees red again

There are times when, come what may, the headlines of a game of football cling to a certain player. For reasons good or bad, one man stands out in the decisive moments -- and so it was for Brazil international centre-back Dede in the Copa Libertadores quarterfinal that saw Cruzeiro fall to Boca Juniors 3-1 on aggregate.

Commanding in the air, quick across the ground, Dede made his name at the start of the decade with Vasco da Gama. Unusually, Europe was not his ambition, and he swapped Rio de Janeiro...