Brasileirão round-up: Vasco maintain their 100% record
As round 4 of the Campeonato Brasileiro concluded on Sunday night, Corinthians were beaten at Grêmio, while Vasco scraped a win at Bahia.
Grêmio 2-0 Corinthians
Two first-half goals from Marco Antonio and André Lima was enough for Grêmio to claim all three points off a second string Corinthians side at the Olimpico.
The victory moves Grêmio up into sixth place, while Corinthians - who have yet to win a game this season - lie at the foot of the table.
Fluminense 0-0 Internacional
Without the likes of Leandro Damião, Oscar and Andrés D'Alessandro, Internacional were able to hold Fluminense to a goalless draw at the Engenhão.
The result moves Flu down a place in the league from eighth to ninth, while Inter also drop a position, going from third to fourth.
Bahia 1-2 Vasco
Vasco's 2-1 win at Bahia meant that their 100 per cent record continues after four rounds in the Campeonato Brasileiro.
The Rio side's goals came in the first half, courtesy of Juninho Pernambucano and Diego Souza, who both scored two absolute beauties.
Junior grabbed one back for Bahia in stoppage time, but the former Derby County forward's strike proved to be no more than consolation.
Vasco now lead the table by two points, while Bahia now sit in seventeenth position.
Portuguesa 2-0 Atlético Goianiense
Portuguesa registered a first win of the campaign, and it came against Atlético Goianiense at home.
Both Lusa’s goals came in the second-half, and it was Ricardo Jesus and Moisés who found the target.
Cruzeiro 1-0 Sport Recife
Cruzeiro's 1-0 win against Sport Recife extended their unbeaten run to four matches and took them from ninth to fifth position in the league.
Wellington Paulista scored the only goal of the game and it came from the penalty spot in 70th minute. The Raposa now have a record of two victories and two draws to start the season.
São Paulo 1-0 Santos
In the San-São derby, São Paulo came out on top thanks Paulo Miranda's 7th minute header.
Santos have yet to register a win this season and currently lye in sixteenth position, while São Paulo sit in seventh.
Figueirense 0-0 Ponte Preta
Figueirense and Ponte Preta played out a goalless draw in Santa Catarina. The home side were forced to play the last half an hour with ten men as Sandro received a straight red card for pulling down André Luis on the edge of the box.
The results Figueriense drop down two places in the league to ninth, while Ponte Preta stay in fifteenth position.
Náutico 3-2 Botafogo
Náutico registered their first win of the season against Botafogo at home.
Araújo and Lúcio put the home inside two up inside 32 minutes but Botafogo were back on level terms after an hour of play thanks to a strike from Márcio Azevedo and an own-goal from Cesinha.
However eight minutes from time, Derley rounded Milton Raphael before passing the ball into back of the net to ensure Náutico claimed the points.
The result takes the Alvirrubro from nineteenth to thirtieth, while Botafogo slip down two places to sixth.
Palmeiras 0-1 Atlético Mineiro
Flamengo 3-1 Coritiba