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Palmeiras surpasses Santos and is the 2024 São Paulo champion
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In the 2024 Paulistão final, between Palmeiras x Santos, which took place this Sunday (7), Alviverde da Barra Funda reversed the one-goal advantage that Alvinegro da Vila Belmiro achieved in the first game, and won, for the third consecutive time, the Campeonato Paulista.

Palmeiras and Santos entered the field with completely different proposals. Peixe, which had a 1 x 0 lead in its favor, and with a coach known for his reactive style in command of the team, Fábio Carille armed his team to hold on to the advantage achieved and thus seek the title at Allianz Parque. Abel Ferreira, Palmeiras' coach since 2020, had no other option than to go after his opponent. And it was.

The first half of the first half gave the impression that Carille would do better with his strategy. No matter how hard he tried, it was difficult for Palmeiras to break through the Santos defense. It was in a long ball, 30 minutes into the game, that Endrick went down in the Santos defense area, and after assistance from the VAR, the coach, Raphael Claus, awarded a penalty for the home team. Despite Endrick presenting himself to the whitewash, Raphael Veiga presented himself for the penalty and converted, 1 x 0 Palmeiras. 1 x 1 on aggregate score.

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There was no change in the teams' behavior in the second half, Palmeiras continued to dominate the game's offensive actions, despite some sporadic counterattacks from Santos. After some chances created by the Verdão, the team found the turning goal in a beautiful cross from Piquerez to Flaco López, whose header found Anibal Moreno, who completed the ball into the back of the goal.

After the second goal, Santos began to frequent the opponent's attacking field more frequently. He created chances, almost taking the game to a penalty shootout with a header from Gil. However, posthumous attempts were not enough. After five minutes of added time, Claus whistled, Palmeiras champion of São Paulo in 2024.


Palmeiras celebrates third São Paulo championship (reproduction/Intagram/@paulistão)


Palmeiras was, once again, three-time champion of São Paulo, a feat last achieved in 1934, 90 years before this April 7, 2024. Another chapter in the history of Abel Ferreira at the helm of Palmeiras. And if this is a chapter in the story, there is a very important character for it to end with a happy ending. Endrick, the Alviverde jewel, was one of, if not the protagonist of this São Paulo title.

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Owner of gala performances throughout the championship, the 17-year-old boy played a fundamental role for his team. Elected star player of the game this Sunday and a clear favorite for the star player of the championship award, at the Paulistão Sicredi 2024 awards, the young man makes anyone who was suspicious, didn't recognize his talent, now surrender to Endrick Felipe Moreira de Sousa's football.

Featured Photo: Rapahael Veiga celebrates a goal in the final (Photo: reproduction/Vanessa Rodrigues/AT).

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