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PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL - MARCH 12: (L-R) Victor Ferraz and Lucas Silva of Gremio and Saraiva of Internacional fight for the ball during the match against Internacional for the Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores 2020 at Arena do Gremio on March 12, 2020 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. (Photo by Bruna Prado/Getty Images)

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