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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
16 São Paulo 6 4 10 22
17 Chapecoense 6 4 9 22
18 Avaí 5 6 9 21
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Chapecoense fall to Japan's Urawa Reds after late penalty decision

Chapecoense complain to the referee after he awarded a late penalty.

Yuki Abe scored a penalty with two minutes left to give J-League side Urawa Reds a 1-0 victory over Brazil's Chapecoense in the Suruga Bank Championship on Tuesday.

Referee Kim Jong Hyeok awarded the spot-kick after judging that Chapecoense captain Grolli took down Zlatan Ljubijankic.

Chapecoense protested the call and Grolli said after the match that he did not foul Ljubijankic.

Chapecoense were playing its first competitive match overseas since all but three of their players were killed in a plane...

 By Ben Gladwell

Roma arrange Chapecoense friendly to aid club's recovery from tragedy

Chapecoense will face Roma in a friendly game during the September international break.

Roma have announced that they will face Brazilian club Chapecoense in a friendly at the Stadio Olimpico on Sept. 1.

The Giallorossi, the Vatican City and the City of Rome all joined forces to arrange the charity game involving the club who were devastated by a tragic air crash almost a year ago which saw almost all of its players killed and coaching staff killed in Colombia.

"All proceeds from the match, which gets underway at 20:45 local time at the Stadio Olimpico, will be donated to Chapecoense,...

 By Chris Wright

Chapecoense's Alan Ruschel gets gift from Barcelona's Lionel Messi

Emotions ran high at the Camp Nou on Monday evening as Barcelona played host to Chapecoense in the Joan Gamper Trophy.

The match came just nine months after the Brazilian club lost 71 members of their squad and back-room staff in a tragic plane crash en route to Medellin Airport in Colombia.

The only three players to survive the disaster all made special appearances on the pitch in Barcelona, as Neto, Jackson Follman and Alan Ruschel performed a touching ceremonial kick-off.

Ruschel, who suffered...