Brasileirão round-up: Atlético-MG and Flu both held to draws
Brasileirão: Round 20
Atlético Mineiro 2-2 Ponte Preta
Atlético Mineiro still lead the Campeonato Brasileiro despite drawing 2-2 with Ponte Preta at home.
Danilinho fired the Galo in front in the 14th minute, before Cicinho got Ponte back on level terms just before half time.
Four minutes after the interval, Guilherme crept in at the back post to finish off Marcos Rocha's teasing cross to make it 2-1 to Atlético, but Cicinho found the target again in the 82nd minute to ensure that the points were shared in Minas Gerais.
Coritiba 1-0 Internacional
Rafinha found the target in the 56th minute to help Coritiba claim a 1-0 home victory over Internacional.
Marcelo Oliveira's side, though, still remain in fifteenth, while Inter drop down two places to seventh.
Santos 1-3 Bahia
Bahia came from behind to beat Santos 3-1 at the Vila Belmiro.
Former Dynamo Kyiv forward Andre gave the Peixe the lead in the 14th minute, but Bahia got themselves back on level terms on the hour mark via Souza's close-range finish.
Neto then made it 2-1 to the visitors in the 64th minute, before Gabriel put the game to bed halfway through the second half.
Náutico 3-2 Figueirense
Figueirense remain at the very bottom of the table after letting a two-goal lead slip at Náutico.
The Santa Caterina side, who have only won three games this season, were 2-0 up after nineteen minutes of play thanks to goals from Caio and Aloisio.
However, Elicarlos brace in the second half was followed up by Souza's 75th minute winner, much to delight of the Náutico faithful.
Portuguesa 3-0 Palmeiras
Portuguesa have climbed up to thirteenth in the Brasileirão after cruising to a 3-0 against their cross-town rivals Palmeiras at home.
The Lusa's goals came from Bruno Mineiro, who scored in both the first and second half, and Moises, who put the game to bed six minutes from time.
Atlético Goianiense 0-2 Cruzeiro
Cruzeiro have moved up to sixth in the table after defeating strugglers Atlético Goianiense 2-0 in Goiania.
Former Santos striker Borges gave the Raposa the lead in the 26th minute, before Wellington Paulista wrapped up the points from the penalty spot halfway through the second half.
Fluminense 1-1 Corinthians
Second-placed Fluminense remain hot on the heels of league leaders Atlético Mineiro despite drawing 1-1 with Corinthians in Rio de Janeiro.
Emerson Sheik came back to haunt his former club by firing Corinthians in the lead in the 36th minute, but the 33-year-old forward's goal was cancelled by Flu's in-form striker Fred, who scored the equaliser eight minutes from time.
The result means Fluminense now trail Atlético Mineiro by a single point.
Grêmio 2-0 Vasco
Grêmio remain in third after beating fourth-placed Vasco 2-0 in Porto Alegre.
Former Wigan Athletic loanee Marcelo Moreno opened the scoring in the 41st minute, before Kleber found the back of the net from outside the box just before the hour mark at the Olimpico.
Thursday's Brasileirão round 20 fixtures:
Flamengo x Sport Recife
São Paulo x Botafogo