Brasileirão round-up: Botafogo fight back to beat Inter at the Beira-Rio
In round 5 of the Campeonato Brasileiro, Botafogo ended Internacional's unbeaten record this season, while Fluminense thrashed Portuguesa.
Internacional 1-2 Botafogo
Botafogo came from behind to beat Internacional 2-1 at the Beira-Rio on Saturday.
Dagoberto headed the hosts into the lead in the 30th minute after some neat link-up play between Oscar and Leandro Damião, but 12 minutes into the second half, the away side were back on level terms thanks to Andrezinho's superb strike from the edge of the box.
15 minutes from time, Fellype Gabriel snatched the winner for Botafogo by nodding in Andrezinho's in swinging corner.
The result means the Alvinegro move up one place in the league, from sixth to fifth, while Internacional drop down from fourth to seventh position.
Cruzeiro 1-0 Figueirense
Cruzeiro's 1-0 win at home against Figueirense extended their unbeaten run to five matches and took them into second position in the Brasileirão.
Wellington Paulista scored the only goal of the game in the 65th minute, leaving the Raposa with a record of three wins and two draws at the start of the season.
Fluminense 4-1 Portuguesa
Fluminense's 4-1 win at home against Portuguesa meant that their run of three consecutive draws came to end.
Wellington Nem gave the Tricolor the lead in the 41st minute, with Anderson adding a second seven minutes after the break. Ricardo Jesus grabbed a goal back for Portuguesa just after the hour mark, but Fred (78') and Lanzini (87') both found the back of the net to seal the points for Abel Braga's side.
The result moves Fluminense up from ninth to sixth posistion in the league, while Portuguesa remain in thirteenth place.
Brasileirão fixtures to be played on Sunday:
Flamengo x Santos
Palmeiras x Vasco
São Paulo x Atlético Mineiro
Bahia x Sport Recife
Ponte Preta x Corinthians
Coritiba x Atlético Goianiense
Náutico x Grêmio