Corinthians and Ceara draw 0-0

11:15, July 15, 2010      

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The top two teams in the Brazilian Championship faced off on Wednesday. However, both Corinthians and Ceara were unable to score in the 8th round match, leading to a scoreless draw.

The match marked the recommencement of the tournament after a break in action due to the World Cup in South Africa.

Despite his desire to play, Ronaldo was kept from participating in Wednesday's match and is already vetoed from playing in Corinthians' upcoming match on Sunday.

The result of the match keeps both teams atop the leader board. Corinthians stands in front due to their goal differential, finishing the round in first place with 18 points. Ceara too has 18 points and stands in second place.

In the next round of play, Corinthians plays host to Atletico-MG on July 17. On the same day, Ceara travels to play Ceara in the 9th round of play.

Source: Xinhua


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