a Hard to win 2-1 before Syndicate, last night (3), in the first game of Atletico MG In front of 100% of the audience released since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic, Rooster achieved an important achievement in this edition of Brazil: the team achieved 88% of the performance at home, the second highest level in the history of the competition since the beginning of the points run in 2003.
The leader in this list remains Flamengo since 2019, with 17 wins and two draws in 2019. The numbers have led to a 92.9% improvement, which Gallo has not been able to achieve this season.
He even suffered a three-point win in Belo Horizonte on Wednesday, over Tricolor Gaucho, the second best mark in that regard split between two contenders: Corinthians 2015 and Palmeiras 2018, with 87.7% of the points played in their field.
Atlético now occupies this position with 37 points out of 42 games: 12 wins, one draw and one defeat in 14 matches in Mineiro, where they scored 30 goals and conceded only nine.
Of the remaining nine matches for Gallo, five other contenders will have to face the best host of Brazil in Belo Horizonte: America-MG, Corinthians, Juventud, Fluminense, Red Bull Bragantino.
The first game with 100% public release broke the record
In its first game with a 100% public release since the start of the pandemic, Atlético-MG welcomed 56,624 fans, with an income of R$1,775,474.50.
Almost 57 thousand people present in Mineirao broke the record for this edition of the Brazilian championship. The support and attendance of the fans was so expressive that coach Coca tore off the praise for the athletes who filled the stadium.
“Thank you to the fans who came and turned on Mineiro, who worked. How did these guys work. That’s why I left the cheer like that, to thank these people who do so much for us,” said the coach.
With 62 points, Atlético leads Serie A with the ball cleared: Palmeiras, second, has 52 points. In the next round, again at home, on Sunday (7), Alvinegros hosts América-MG, at 4pm (Brasilia time).
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