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1991 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A
Season 1991
Champions São Paulo (3rd title)
1990
1992

The 1991 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A was the 36th season of the Série A. The competition was won by São Paulo. Santos Futebol Clube's Paulinho McLaren, with 15 goals, was the competition's top goal scorer.[1]

Overview

It was contested by 20 teams, and São Paulo won the championship.[1] 20 teams played against each other once in the first stage.[1] The four best-placed teams qualified to the semi-finals, played in two legs.[1] The semi-final winners qualified to the final, played in two legs.[1]

Standings

First stage

Pos Club Pts P W D L GF GA GD
1 São Paulo 26 19 11 4 4 26 14 12 Qualified
2 Bragantino 26 19 9 8 2 27 14 13 Qualified
3 Fluminense 24 19 10 4 5 28 19 9 Qualified
4 Atlético Mineiro 24 19 8 8 3 28 19 9 Qualified
5 Corinthians 24 19 8 8 3 23 17 6
6 Palmeiras 22 19 7 8 4 20 19 1
7 Internacional 20 19 5 10 4 19 16 3
8 Santos 19 19 7 5 7 23 20 3
9 Flamengo 19 19 7 5 7 20 24 -4
10 Portuguesa 19 19 5 9 5 14 15 -1
11 Vasco da Gama 19 19 4 11 4 22 26 -4
12 Botafogo 18 19 6 6 7 19 21 -2
13 Bahia 18 19 5 8 6 16 18 -2
14 Náutico 17 19 7 3 9 19 25 -6
15 Goiás 17 19 6 5 8 27 24 3
16 Cruzeiro 16 19 5 6 8 23 28 -5
17 Atlético Paranaense 15 19 5 5 9 27 28 -1
18 Sport 13 19 4 5 10 15 30 -15
19 Grêmio 12 19 3 6 10 15 24 -9 Relegated
20 Vitória 12 19 3 6 10 17 27 -10 Relegated

Playoffs

  Semi-finals Final
                         
 Atlético Mineiro 1 0 1  
 São Paulo 1 0 1  
     São Paulo 1 0 1
   Bragantino 0 0 0
 Fluminense 0 1 1
 Bragantino 1 1 2  

The final

June 5, 1991
São Paulo 1 – 0 Bragantino
Mário Tilico Goal 49'

São Paulo: Zetti; Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo and Raí; Müller, Macedo and Elivélton (Mário Tilico). Head coach: Telê Santana.

Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and Ronaldo Alfredo (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.


Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and João Santos (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.

São Paulo: Zetti; Zé Teodoro, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo, Cafu and Raí; Macedo and Müller (Flávio). Head coach: Telê Santana.


Final standings

Pos Club Pts P W D L GF GA GD
1 São Paulo 31 23 12 7 4 28 15 13
2 Bragantino 30 23 10 10 3 29 16 13
3 Atlético Mineiro 26 21 8 10 3 29 20 9
4 Fluminense 25 21 10 5 6 29 21 8
5 Corinthians 24 19 8 8 3 23 17 6
6 Palmeiras 22 19 7 8 4 20 19 1
7 Internacional 20 19 5 10 4 19 16 3
8 Santos 19 19 7 5 7 23 20 3
9 Flamengo 19 19 7 5 7 20 24 -4
10 Portuguesa 19 19 5 9 5 14 15 -1
11 Vasco da Gama 19 19 4 11 4 22 26 -4
12 Botafogo 18 19 6 6 7 19 21 -2
13 Bahia 18 19 5 8 6 16 18 -2
14 Náutico 17 19 7 3 9 19 25 -6
15 Goiás 17 19 6 5 8 27 24 3
16 Cruzeiro 16 19 5 6 8 23 28 -5
17 Atlético Paranaense 15 19 5 5 9 27 28 -1
18 Sport 13 19 4 5 10 15 30 -15
19 Grêmio 12 19 3 6 10 15 24 -9
20 Vitória 12 19 3 6 10 17 27 -10

References

External links

  • Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 1991 at RSSSF

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