Avai slams Ceara 5-0 in Brazilian championship

08:32, September 28, 2010      

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Avai breezed past Ceara 5-0 on Sunday in the 25th round of the Brazilian Championship.

Avai's first goal came from Rudnei in the 5th minute, while Davi scored the team's second goal, converting a penalty kick in the 10th minute.

Jeferson added to his team's lead in the 18th minute after dribbling past two defenders to fire a ball into the goal.

The striker scored again in the 32nd minute, easily knocking the ball past goalie Michel Alves.

Davi scored his second goal of the game, his team's fifth, in the 77th minute, cleaning up a loose corner kick.

The win breaks a 40-day winless streak of Avai. The team improves to the 15th place with 28 points. In the 26th round of play, the team will travel to play Fluminense on Wednesday.

Ceara remains in 13th place with 30 points. In the next round of play, the team will receive Atletico-MG on Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua


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