CURITIBA (Reuters) - Sao Paulo drew 1-1 away at Coritiba on Sunday to extend their winless run to seven games despite having two-thirds of the possession and most of the chances.
Robson opened the scoring for Coritiba after six minutes but Reinaldo equalised from the penalty spot for Sao Paulo in the 69th minute.
The result, coupled with Flamengo’s 3-1 win over Athletico Paranaense, means Sao Paulo fall into fifth place in the Serie A table, four points behind leaders Atletico Mineiro.
Coritiba are fourth bottom of the table with 12 points from 13 games.
Reporting by Andrew Downie; Editing by Toby Davis
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