By Jayme Monsanto, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - The Copa do Brasil is the country's second biggest soccer competition, shadowed only by the Series A, and this week heralds the quarter-final stages. The winners will get the chance to play in the South American club tournament Libertadores das Américas, the champion of which then competes in the FIFA Club World Cup against the champions from the rest of the world's continental cups.
As the tournament reaches the quarter-final stage, three Carioca teams are still standing: Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco da Gama, with each tie comprising . . .