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2006 Copa do Brasil

2006 Copa do Brasil
Copa do Brasil 2006
Country  Brazil
Dates February 15 - July 26
Teams 64
Champions Flamengo (RJ)
Runners-up Vasco da Gama (RJ)
Matches played 112
Goals scored 346 (3.09 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Brazil Valdiram

The Copa do Brasil 2006 was the 18th staging of the Copa do Brasil.

The competition started on February 15, 2006 and concluded on July 26, 2006 with the second leg of the final, held at the Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, in which Flamengo lifted the trophy for the second time with a 1-0 victory over its rival Vasco da Gama.

Valdiram, of Vasco da Gama, with 7 goals, was the competition's topscorer.

Format

The competition was disputed by 64 clubs in a knock-out format where all rounds were played over two legs and the away goals rule was used, but in the first two rounds if the away team won the first leg with an advantage of at least two goals, the second leg was not played and the club automatically qualified to the next round.

Competition stages

  1st Round 2nd Round 3rd Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                                         
1  ASA (AL) 1 1  
64  Flamengo (RJ) 1 2  
     Flamengo (RJ) 1 4  
     ABC (RN) 0 0  
32  Parnahyba (PI) 0 1
33  ABC (RN) 1 5  
     Flamengo (RJ) 5 0  
     Guarani (SP) 1 1  
16  Estrela do Norte (ES) 1 0  
49  Guarani (SP) 1 3  
     Guarani (SP) 4
     Potiguar (RN) 0  
17  Potiguar (RN) 2 2
48  Santo André (SP) 0 1  
     Flamengo (RJ) 4 0  
     Atlético (MG) 1 0  
8  Hermann Aichinger (SC) 0  
57  Atlético (MG) 3  
     Atlético (MG) 2 4
     Mineiros (GO) 3 1  
25  Mineiros (GO) 3 2
40  Americano (RJ) 1 4  
     Atlético (MG) 0 3
     Fortaleza (CE) 2 1  
9  Vilhena (RO) 1  
56  Fortaleza (CE) 3  
     Fortaleza (CE) 1 3
     Ceilândia (DF) 1 1  
24  Ceilândia (DF) 0 2
41  Bahia (BA) 0 1  
   Flamengo (RJ) 1 2  
   Ipatinga (MG) 1 1  
4  Operário (MS) 1 1  
61  Botafogo (RJ) 2 5  
     Botafogo (RJ) 0 1  
     Ipatinga (MG) 3 3  
29  Serra (ES) 1
36  Ipatinga (MG) 3  
     Ipatinga (MG) 3 3  
     Náutico (PE) 1 1  
13  Icasa (CE) 0 1  
52  Coritiba (PR) 0 3  
     Coritiba (PR) 0 0
     Náutico (PE) 2 0  
20  Rio Branco (AC) 0 1
45  Náutico (PE) 1 4  
     Ipatinga (MG) 1 1 (pen: 5)
     Santos (SP) 1 1 (pen: 3)  
5  Sergipe (SE) 0 0  
60  Santos (SP) 0 3  
     Santos (SP) 3
     URT (MG) 1  
28  URT (MG) 3 1
37  Londrina (PR) 2 1  
     Santos (SP) 2 1
     Brasiliense (DF) 1 1  
12  São Raimundo (RR) 0  
53  Brasiliense (DF) 2  
     Brasiliense (DF) 3 1
     Remo (PA) 1 0  
21  Itabaiana (SE) 0 1
44  Remo (PA) 0 4  
   Flamengo (RJ) 2 1
   Vasco (RJ) 0 0
3  Botafogo (PB) 1 0  
62  Vasco (RJ) 1 7  
     Vasco (RJ) 2 5  
     Iraty (PR) 2 1  
30  Ulbra (RS) 2
35  Iraty (PR) 4  
     Vasco (RJ) 2 1  
     Criciúma (SC) 1 0  
19  Cabofriense (RJ) 1 1  
46  São Caetano (SP) 1 4  
     São Caetano (SP) 4 0
     Criciúma (SC) 1 4  
14  Novo Hamburgo (RS) 2 1
51  Criciúma (SC) 2 2  
     Vasco (RJ) 0 2  
     Volta Redonda (RJ) 0 1  
6  Moto Club (MA) 1  
59  Atlético (PR) 3  
     Atlético (PR) 1 0
     Volta Redonda (RJ) 2 0  
27  Volta Redonda (RJ) 2 1 (pen: 7)
38  América (MG) 1 2 (pen: 6)  
     Volta Redonda (RJ) 1 1
     15 de Novembro (RS) 0 2  
22  Piauí (PI) 1 0  
43  Grêmio (RS) 2 4  
     Grêmio (RS) 0 1 (pen: 5)
     15 de Novembro (RS) 1 0 (pen: 6)  
54  15 de Novembro (RS) 4 0
11  Noroeste (SP) 1 2  
   Vasco (RJ) 1 1
   Fluminense (RJ) 0 1  
7  Operário (MT) 2 1  
58  Fluminense (RJ) 3 3  
     Fluminense (RJ) 5  
     CENE (MS) 3  
26  CENE (MS) 2 3
39  Treze (PB) 1 1  
     Fluminense (RJ) 2 4  
     Vila Nova (GO) 2 0  
42  Colinas (TO) 0  
23  Paysandu (PA) 2  
     Paysandu (PA) 1 1
     Vila Nova (GO) 3 0  
55  Grêmio Coariense (AM) 2
10  Vila Nova (GO) 5  
     Fluminense (RJ) 3 1
     Cruzeiro (MG) 2 0  
15  Nacional (AM) 2  
50  Cruzeiro (MG) 5  
     Cruzeiro (MG) 2
     CRB (AL) 0  
47  São José (AP) 0 0
18  CRB (AL) 1 3  
     Cruzeiro (MG) 1 4
     Vitória (BA) 2 0  
31  Vila Aurora (MT) 0 0  
34  Santa Cruz (PE) 0 1  
     Santa Cruz (PE) 2 2
     Vitória (BA) 2 3  
63  Imperatriz (MA) 1 2
2  Vitória (BA) 1 5  

Finals

July 19, 2006
21:45
Flamengo 2 – 0 Vasco da Gama
Obina Goal 59'
Luizão Goal 62'
Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Leonardo Gaciba

July 26, 2006
21:30 CEST
Vasco da Gama 0 – 1
(0 – 3 agg.)
Flamengo
Juan Goal 27'
Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Carlos Eugênio Simon


Vasco da Gama
Flamengo
GK 1 Brazil Cássio
RB 2 Brazil Wagner Diniz Booked 39'
CB 3 Brazil Fábio Braz
CB 4 Brazil Jorge Luiz
LB 6 Brazil Diego
DM 5 Brazil Ygor
DM 19 Brazil Andrade Substituted off 53'
MF 9 Brazil Ramon Substituted off 32'
AM 8 Brazil Morais Booked Substituted off 57'
FW 10 Brazil Edilson (c)
FW 7 Brazil Valdir Papel Red card 17'
Substitutes:
AM 15 Brazil Abedi Substituted in 53' Booked
AM 16 Brazil Ernane Substituted in 57'
FW 18 Brazil Valdiram Substituted in 32'
Manager:
Brazil Renato Gaúcho
GK 1 Brazil Diego
DF 3 Brazil Renato Silva
DF 4 Brazil Fernando Booked
DF 8 Brazil Rodrigo Arroz
RM 2 Brazil Leonardo Moura
DM 5 Brazil Jonatas (c)
DM 7 Brazil Toró Booked 12' Substituted off 19'
CM 11 Brazil Renato
AM 10 Brazil Renato Augusto Booked Substituted off 76'
LM 6 Brazil Juan
FW 9 Brazil Luizão Booked 25' Substituted off 86'
Substitutes:
DM 16 Brazil Léo Substituted in 86'
AM 17 Uruguay Horacio Peralta Substituted in 76'
FW 18 Brazil Obina Substituted in 19'
Manager:
Brazil Ney Franco


Copa do Brasil
2006 Winners
Flamengo
Second Title

References

  • Copa do Brasil 2006 at RSSSF

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