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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Former Brazilian soccer star Pele was vaccinated against COVID-19 on Tuesday, the same day that a record 1,641 people were reported to have died in the South American nation after contracting the virus.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Palmeiras’ Copa Libertadores victory over Santos on Saturday crowned a Portuguese coach as a winner of South America’s premier cup competition for the second time in a row.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - There are many reasons this most unusual of seasons should have been a disappointment for Santos but the club famous for fielding Pele and Neymar are instead preparing for glory in Saturday’s Copa Libertadores final against Palmeiras.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - When Palmeiras midfielder Patrick de Paula walks out for the Copa Libertadores final against Santos at the Maracana Stadium on Saturday, Scottish club Celtic can claim some of the credit.
(Reuters) - The Czech Football Association has disputed claims that Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo broke the all-time goalscoring record on Wednesday, insisting he needs another 62 to surpass Josef Bican’s tally.
(Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo was hailed as the most prolific professional goalscorer in the history of the game on Wednesday after notching his 760th senior goal to help Juventus beat Napoli 2-0 in the Italian Supercup.
PARIS (Reuters) - Neymar scored on his return from injury as Paris St Germain beat Olympique de Marseille 2-1 to win the French Super Cup in Lens on Wednesday.
VALLADOLID, Spain (Reuters) - Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman unleashed an unorthodox system and left out the club's two biggest signings for Tuesday's La Liga trip to Real Valladolid but the plan paid off as his side put in one of their best performances in a splendid 3-0 win.
VALLADOLID, Spain (Reuters) - Barcelona turned on the style to thrash Real Valladolid 3-0 away in La Liga on Tuesday as Lionel Messi scored his 644th goal to surpass Pele as the all-time record scorer for a single club.
VALLADOLID, Spain (Reuters) - Lionel Messi became the all-time top scorer for a single soccer club on Tuesday after scoring his 644th goal for Barcelona during their La Liga match against Real Valladolid, surpassing Pele's record goal haul for Brazilian side Santos.