Champion and Vice President of the Brazilian Championship, Palmeiras and Flamengo are the leaders in the fundamental aspect of the competition. Two teams are those that leave opponents less time with a ball in the foot during 37 rounds.
An isolated leader and pre-flush champion, Palmeiras drove the rivals: it's only 34.1 seconds of freedom until Verdão allocates a boat and does not return the ball to the bowl.
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Flamengo is right behind. The team, led by Maurício Barbieri and Dorival Junior in the current release, left the rival 36.2 seconds possession of the ball. The numbers are from Footstats. It's no wonder these two teams are among the best defensive and best-of-the-way attacks of the Brazilian championship.
Verdão has only 24 goals in 37 rounds, followed by Flamengo and Grêmio, who have seen to defend them 27 times.
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