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BRAZILIAN SERIE A

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 Cruzeiro 14 11 13 53
9 Botafogo 13 12 13 51
10 Santos 13 11 14 50
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YouTube star Felipe Neto sponsors Botafogo to make football history

Jorge Flamengo
Botafogo are eighth in the Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A.

Botafogo have become the first professional football club in the world to have a YouTube star among their shirt sponsors.

The Brazilian side have reached a one-off agreement with Felipe Neto -- a Brazilian internet celebrity that has 16 million followers -- with his entertainment channel the 41st most-subscribed account on YouTube.

Neto, 29, recently launched a food brand named 'Neto's' which will be displayed on the club's jersey in Monday's league game at Palmeiras.

The Rio de Janeiro-based club...

 By Tim Vickery

South America's Champions League, the Copa Libertadores, picks up pace

Bolivian side Wilstermann weren't expected to get to the Copa Libertadores quarterfinals and hope to continue their journey by defeating River Plate.

Some three and a half months have passed since the group phase came to an end and the Copa Libertadores field was whittled down to 16 teams. Since then there has only been one more round.

Eight teams remain. By next Thursday there will only be four, and come the end of November the continent will have its champion, just in time to go to the Arab Emirates and take part in the Club World Cup.

By pure coincidence, there is a delightful symmetry about the quarterfinals. Argentina and Brazil each provide...

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Ex-Brazil star Garrincha's remains missing at Rio de Janeiro cemetery

Garrincha won two World Cups with Brazil, in 1958 and 1962.

The remains of legendary Brazil winger Garrincha have gone missing, according to his family and local authorities.

The two-time World Cup winner who formed an unbeatable partnership with Pele died in 1983 and was buried in Mage's Raiz da Serra Cemetary, located in the Baixada Fluminense region of Rio de Janeiro.

However, on Tuesday, the city government and Garrincha's relatives confirmed that the former Botafogo star's remains could not be found, with cemetery officials theorising they were lost...

Real Madrid defender Marcelo sets sights on Botafogo swansong

Real Madrid left-back Marcelo has told Globoesporte he would like to play for Brazilian club Botafogo before retiring.

Marcelo joined Madrid from Fluminense as an 18-year-old in January 2007 and has since won three La Liga titles and two Champions Leagues, playing more than 400 games.

The Brazil international said he hoped to play for hometown side Botafogo "some day," adding: "It would be nice."

Botafogo quickly reacted by fixing up a No. 6 shirt with Marcelo's name on it and posting the image...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil's Copa Libertadores struggles can't be solved with just money

Gatito Fernandez
Goalkeeper Roberto 'Gatito' Fernandez was the hero as Botafogo edged past Olimpia on penalties.

Atletico Paranaense of Brazil fought their way into the group phase of the Copa Libertadores, beating Deportivo Capiata of Paraguay with a single goal, scored by the veteran former Argentina international Lucho Gonzalez on Wednesday.

At the same time, some 15 miles away in the Paraguayan capital of Asuncion, another Brazilian side were also getting the better of local opposition and booking their place in the group phase.

Botafogo of Rio needed a penalty shootout to get past Olimpia. Their hero...