Vasco mauled by northern lion

May 22, 2008 at 00:34 Leave a comment


Sport Recife moved closer to the finals of the Copa do Brasil after a 2×0 win over Vasco da Gama in the Estádio da Ilha do Retiro in Recife.

The Lion of the north have already put out heavyweights Palmeiras and Internacional and the goals by Durval and Daniel Paulista might just do the same to Vasco.

See the goals here.

The second leg will be played in the estádio São Januário in Rio de Janeiro next week.


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