Former midfielder Fabrcio Maracan follows Cruzeiro’s game with Fluminense

Photo: Reproduction / Fabrcio

Fabrizio beat Cruzeiro 2-1 at the hands of Fluminense in Maracan for Copa du Brazil

Cruzeiro’s declared supporter, former midfielder Fabrcio, in the first leg of the 16th round of the Cup this Thursday (23) in Maracan ،, Rio de Janeiro, after a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Raposa’s Fluminense. Brazil Idol from Cruzeiro, who lives in the capital Rio de Janeiro, recorded the moment on social media with his family and friends.

It was the second time he had inspired the crowd to follow the game in the stands of Gigante da Pampola.

On November 25, Fabrcio also traveled to Mineiro with his entire family and saw a 0-0 draw with Nutico for Serie B. Several videos with fans of the former player went viral on social networks on the occasion.

Flumens vs. Cruzeiro: Pictures of the game for the Copa du Brazil in Maracan

Tragic incident in Menero

Despite partying in the stands against Ponte Preta, the former midfielder suffered a setback. The 39-year-old Cruzeiro idol’s cell phone was stolen while taking pictures with the crowd on the Esplanade before the match.

“Good news, friends. I wanted to thank everyone for this movement, which was normal. We need to stop it. Everyone is tired of these things. And I want to thank Rafa, I want to thank the Civil Police staff, who gave us a very warm welcome, Fernando, Walney, Zenit, Franklin, Vladimir and Persiwal “, the former player posted on Instagram. Said in a video.

“I would like to congratulate the entire team of the second police station of the Bereiro Civil Police, who recovered my cell phone, the investigators Alan Ribeiro and Frederico Gomaris and the delegate Tlio Costa e Silva. Thank you all very much and I wish you all the best. I’ll be there soon. To thank you personally, “he added.

Fabrizio scored ten goals in 154 games for Karzai between 2008 and 2011. At the club, he is a three-time champion of Minas Gerais (2008, 2009 and 2011), runner-up in Brazil (2010) and Copa Libertadores (2009).

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