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By Jayme Monsanto, Senior Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - This weekend saw the third round of the Campeonato Carioca and the first "clássico" of this year's competition when Vasco played Botafogo on Sunday. Both teams went into the match with high expectations due to new signings and good results in the previous two rounds.

Playing at home to a large crowd, Botafogo had chosen the day to inaugurate a statue of Garrincha, Botafogo's most important player ever who played alongside Pelé in the 1958 and 1962 World Cups and helped Botafogo win titles in the 60s, at the . . .

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