see who did well and who did badly in the epic upset over Botafogo


Weverton: the goalkeeper was one of the names in Palmeiras’ victory. He saved a penalty from Tiquinho in the second half, which could have increased Botafogo’s lead to 4-1. The move was essential for the team’s reaction immediately afterwards. (Photo: Cesar Greco/Palmeiras)

Murilo: in addition to a good defensive performance, the defender was once again decisive in the attack with important goals. It was his goal that sealed Palmeiras’ epic comeback. (Photo: Cesar Greco/Palmeiras)

Richard Ríos: the midfielder was below his other teammates at Nilton Santos. He missed many passes and ended up being substituted at the start of the second half. (Photo: Cesar Greco/Palmeiras)

Veiga: the team’s point guard, number 23 once again had a bad performance. He was hidden in Botafogo’s marking and appeared little, despite assisting Palmeiras’ fourth goal. (Photo: Cesar Greco/Palmeiras)

Endrick: without a doubt, the name of the alviverde victory. He took responsibility in the final stage and started the turnaround with two very important goals. (Photo: Cesar Greco/Palmeiras)

Abel Ferreira: what a happy journey for the coach. Going against the fans’ requests, he did not make any changes in the second half, but made tactical changes and, based on motivation, inspired the players to seek a heroic victory. (Photo: Cesar Greco/Palmeiras)

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