STF e Joaquim Barbosa mantêm condenação à Paulo Henrique Amorim

STF e Joaquim Barbosa mantêm condenação à Paulo Henrique Amorim

O Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF) manteve a condenação da 13ª Câmara Cível do Tribunal de Justiça do Rio de Janeiro, que deu ganho de causa ao diretor responsável pela Central Globo de Jornalismo, Ali Kamel, contra o jornalista e apresentador do “Domingo Espetacular”, da Record, Paulo Henrique Amorim.

O caso foi julgado pelo presidente do STF, Joaquim Barbosa, que manteve a condenação que deferiu que Amorim terá que pagar 60 mil reais de indenização a Ali Kamel, por dizer que ele é racista no livro “Nós não somos racistas”.

Na condenação do TJ-RJ, o juiz Rossidelio Lopes da Fonte disse que além de levar os leitores de seu blog e do livro a entenderem que Kamel é racista, Paulo Henrique “fez de seu passatempo quase diário perseguir o autor com publicações demasiadamente ofensivas e desrespeitosas, que certamente estão longe de serem críticas de cunho jornalístico ou exercício legítimo do direito de livre manifestação de pensamento assegurado pela Constituição Federal”.

Devido às evidencias, Joaquim Barbosa não acolheu o recurso feito pelo jornalista e determinou o depósito do valor requerido imediatamente na conta do diretor da Globo.

Quando comentou a primeira ação, Ali Kamel disse que esperava que Paulo Henrique Amorim parasse com as ofensas, o que não aconteceu. Em seu blog e até em algumas entrevistas, o apresentador continuou o chamando de racista, o que o motivou a pedir a indenização.

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Mudanças na Globo prejudicam audiência do SBT; entenda!

As novelas do SBT perdem público no horário vespertino.

Há pouco mais de um mês, a Globo inverteu o horário de exibição da Sessão da Tarde com o do Vale a Pena Ver de Novo. No quesito audiência, a emissora carioca teve pouca mudança, mas enfraqueceu a programação de reprises do SBT.

Por Teu Amor, Por Ela Sou Eva e Abraça-me Muito Forte não registraram bons números. A atual, A Feia MaisBela, não passa dos três pontos.

emissora de Silvio Santos sofre outro tipo de concorrência: Record e Band mantém o tempo todo uma programação ao vivo, e com foco no jornalismo, o que é mais interessante para o telespectador.

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Preview: Newcastle Jets v Adelaide United

Friday, 11 April 2014 12:10 AM

Newcastle United Jets logo

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Newcastle Jets host Adelaide United in Round 27 of the 2013-14 A/League season at Hunter Stadium Stadium on Friday April 11 at 7.30pm AEST.

Head-to-head:
Played: 30, Wins: Jets 8, Adelaide 12, Draws: 10

Previous encounter:
Adelaide 1-0 Jets, December 29 2013

Form:
Past five matches:
Jets: DLWLW
Adelaide: DWWDL

The Game:

Adelaide have a chance to apply pressure on the other teams vying for second place when they play first in the final round of the regular season. Josep Gombau’s team are fourth on the table, level on 38 points with fifth-placed Melbourne Victory and one point behind both third-placed Central Coast and second-placed Western Sydney. Thanks to their free-flowing attacking football, the Reds have a significantly better goal difference than their rivals. If either the Wanderers or the Mariners win on Saturday, Adelaide’s hopes of finishing second will be dashed. A draw will suffice only if none of the other three teams wins their respective games.

The Jets meanwhile need to win and hope Sydney FC lose at home to Perth Glory on Sunday, with a four-goal swing across the two games also required to see Newcastle finish in the top six. Clayton Zane’s side have a goal difference of -2 compared to Sydney’s +1, meaning a 2-0 Jets win and 2-0 loss for the Sky Blues would do the trick for the Hunter Stadium club. But it would appear unlikely they are capable of beating Adelaide so comprehensively, and would still have to rely on Frank Farina’s team, three points ahead in the standings, slipping up on the last day.

The big issue:

Jets – Newcastle cannot afford to be anything less than clinical in front of goal and, in the unlikely event they enjoy any significant possession on Friday night, need to create more chances than they did against Melbourne Victory last Saturday evening. The Jets had more of the ball against an away team lacking energy on the heavy Hunter Stadium surface, but failed to make it count on the scoreboard. Any openings Adelaide offer must be seized upon if the hosts are to have a chance of performing a finals miracle.

Adelaide – The Reds are likely to be wary of the dreadful pitch that has rightly caused so much negative publicity in recent weeks. Pirtek Stadium, ANZ Stadium and AAMI Park have also suffered since the NRL and Super Rugby seasons resumed, but the Hunter Stadium surface is by far the worst in the competition. Not only is it capable of interfering with Adelaide’s slick passing football, it could also cause injuries the Reds cannot afford if they are to spring a surprise in the playoffs. Double strapping and perhaps a brace or two may be required for any suspect joints.

The game breaker:

Marcelo Carrusca – The playmaker has been in brilliant form during the second half of the 2013-14 season, rivalling Thomas Broich and Guilherme Finkler for the title of the competition’s most inventive, threatening playmaker. The vast majority of Adelaide’s dynamic attacking play either goes through the Argentine or is positively influenced by his intelligent positioning and movement off the ball. With Zenon Caravella injured, one of Ruben Zadkovich or Ben Kantarovski will be detailed to try and curtail Carrusca’s influence. But will that important task leave the Jets’ backline exposed to threats from elsewhere?

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SBT exibe cena de corpo sendo queimado em novela e público reclama

SBT exibe cena de corpo sendo queimado em novela e público reclama

Exibida de segunda a sexta às 16h30 pelo SBT, a reprise da novela mexicana “Abraça-me Muito Forte”, produzida pela Televisa em 2000, gerou reclamações de internautas no Twitter.

Telespectadores se assustaram com a cena da morte de Padre Moisés (Toño Mauri), que é totalmente carbonizado após um acidente grave de carro. Logo após, ele vai para uma espécie de Instituto Médico Legal, onde é reconhecido.

A sequência chamou a atenção por ser bastante forte para o horário em que a novela vai ao ar. Rapidamente, internautas denunciaram o que estava acontecendo para o Twitter oficial da Classificação Indicativa, que monitora atrações da televisão e indica para qual faixa etária ela pode ser exibida.

Atualmente, a trama tem classificação livre para todos os públicos, mas sua exibição original no Brasil, em 2001, foi indicada para 12 anos.

Vendo os pedidos, o Twitter da Classificação não pôde monitorar as denúncias: “Pessoal, fomos forçados a encerrar o expediente hoje devido a uma pane que derrubou todos os computadores do Ministério. Amanhã veremos o que houve na novela, nisso que vocês estão mostrando pra gente agora”.

“Abraça-me Muito Forte” tem marcado médias entre 3 e 4 pontos no Ibope, sendo terceira colocada em audiência, perdendo para Record e Globo.

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Cruising: Next time, leave the husband at home

By Carol Smith

Carol Smith finds herself looking enviously at the new single cabins on her recently refitted ship.

 

The Sydney Opera House with the cruise ship Arcadia in the background.

The Sydney Opera House with the cruise ship Arcadia in the background.

Three months at sea and three at home is the secret for a happy marriage, the captain of the Arcadia tells me.

I ponder the captain’s wise words as I reduce my stress levels in the Oasis Spa hydro-therapy pool – only to be disturbed by tapping on the outside window. Is that a peeping tom? On the high seas?

My husband’s face is at the window and by the improvised sign language I guess – correctly – that he’s searching for something more important than his wife. Indeed, he has lost his cabin key-card – the passport not only to our comfy balcony stateroom, but a card that acts as a running tab on board, allowing passengers to buy now and pay later.

So much for reducing stress levels.

I leave the pool area, thrust the card in his hand and tell him to scram. Sighing, I retreat to the thermal suite to detoxify and am luxuriating in the warmth of the heated tiled loungers, positioned to take advantage of the panoramic window looking out on the calming sea, when I realise the card I gave him is a spa key-card.

Bliss interrupted, I leap off the lounger and dash into the changing room, only to find my locker key doesn’t work. Curiously the locker seems to be in the wrong place. Embarrassment sets in as I realise I am in the men’s changing room. Panic follows when I try to leave, select the wrong door and bump into a urinal.

A detoxifying experience indeed.

I finally make it out, retrieve my other half and we stroll around the promenade deck of the mid-sized ship, which has recently been renovated and is on a 92-night world cruise from Southampton.

It’s more than a spit-and-polish renovation. This beauty is in ship-shape after a multimillion-dollar refurbishment that includes the addition of 24 cabins, including six single cabins – a first for P&O. The beds are incredibly comfortable and it’s so serene on this adults-only cruise – usually I’m woken early in the morning by the screaming spawn of Chucky who lives next door.

Up to 3000 people, including crew, are on board on any one leg, including a number of P&O Moaners, one witty Pom reveals. It can’t be too bad, though, because a number of Brits have told me they do the full cruise every year to escape England’s grey winter.

As a cruise virgin, I’m in a small minority. Almost everyone I talk to has been cruising before. Okay, they are almost all older than me and at times cruising is like watching the television show Benidorm on water – there are numerous crispy, brown bodies on the sundecks – but we fall in love with this effortless way to travel, without the pressures of having to move hotels and catch planes and trains between destinations.

At Queens Wharf in Auckland, we were through Customs and on board in less than five minutes. Our bags were deposited in our rooms soon after and we dodged only a few frisky oldies on mobility scooters while getting our bearings.

Cruising is an extremely safe way to travel. We are sampling the Auckland-to-Sydney leg, where there is no trouble during our three-and-a-half days at sea, but from Dubai to Egypt armed guards are picked up to boost security, Captain Aseem Hashmi says.

“But they won’t open fire unless I say so.”

There are pirate drills for passengers, but looters are unlikely to board this beast.

“The passengers would be of more harm to the pirates with their handbags, stilettos and scooters,” the captain says.

At 4am, after our first night on board, it is our ship that is trying not to harm fishing boats lost in the fog. Later, on a visit to the bridge, master and commander Hashmi (who turned down a role as a cook in Captain Phillips – he thought he should at least have been offered second or third officer) tells us the ship zig-zagged around them while sounding the horn at regular intervals until the danger had passed.

In a fog more officers are required on the bridge, but when the ship is on auto-pilot a tiny joystick is all it takes to control it – one click to the right or left equals one degree and the ship sails at a consistent speed of about 17.8 knots (full speed is 22 knots).

Leaving the bridge in good hands, we forage for food, an easy task on a boat that has five restaurants – each with its own galley – as well as bars and cafes. Belvedere is a buffet-style restaurant that occupies a huge area of one deck and is open almost 24/7. You can also order free room service at any time of the day.

Along with the renovations aboard Arcadia, Michelin-star celebrity chef Atul Kochhar’s Asian-fusion restaurant, East, has been introduced. But my favourite is Marco Pierre White’s Ocean Grill, where succulent lobster with garlic butter and bearnaise sauce tempts me on two consecutive nights.

As well as picking up 200 passengers in Auckland, 110 tonnes of fruit and vegetables were hauled on board. Then there’s the local beer and wine.

Most nights we let our dinner settle while we enjoy the evening show in the plush, three-tiered Palladium, which seats 700.

My husband is excited to find Pam Ayres is performing one night – as are others, as there are no seats for us at the 8.30pm show. We manage to outrun a few oldies to the second session at 10.30pm, where we listen to Pam reminisce about her teenage years in a tiny village and her desire to be caught in a passionate embrace.

The following day, when our host organises a chat with the poetic comedian – who is promoting a new book You Made Me Late Again!, a direct quote from her husband – I relent and let mine tag along. He decides to fulfil Pam’s teenage wishes after being granted a photo with her.

“You can be as frisky as you like,” she says, and he clings on like a limpet.

For the rest of the cruise I urge him to behave and lay low. The only thing I require of him is to set the alarm on the morning we arrive in Sydney so we can see the ship’s entry into the harbour around 5am and watch the captain’s “controlled collision with the dock”.

“You have to think 20 seconds ahead because that is the reaction time of the ship,” says Hashmi.

“It’s like turning a double-decker bus – the power has to be just right. We don’t look at the controls, we look out the window. The passengers who are watching us dock think I’m looking at them and they are madly waving at me.”

My husband wakes me and I’m dressed and halfway out the door when he twigs that he’s set the alarm two hours too early.

“Oops, come back to bed, honey,” he says apologetically.

There’s a good reason they added those single cabins.

CHECKLIST

All aboard: Fares for 2015

Arcadia‘s 20-night voyage from San Francisco to Sydney departs on January 31, from $2919 a person twin share. The full 106-night world voyage departs from Southampton on January 6, from $16,859 each, twin share.

Arcadia’s sister ship Aurora will visit Tauranga, Auckland and the Bay of Islands next year on her 105-night South America and Pacific Adventure, with fares from $4459 each for a 33-night sector from Auckland to San Francisco, departing February 26.

NZ Herald

Source : The New Zealand Herald

 

Toyota recalls more than 40,000 New Zealand vehicles

By Patrice Dougan

Updated
Toyota is recalling 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for five different problems - 40,000 of them in New Zealand. Photo / AP
Toyota is recalling 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for five different problems – 40,000 of them in New Zealand. Photo / AP

Up to 40,000 vehicles are being recalled by Toyota New Zealand as part of a global recall by the Japanese car manufacturer.

More than six million of the brand’s vehicles are being recalled after faults were found in mechanisms affecting the steering wheel column and the seat rail.

The recall is being stressed as precautionary by Toyota New Zealand’s general manager of customer services Spencer Morris.

There had been no reported accidents or incidents related to the recalls in New Zealand or elsewhere because of the faults, he said.

 

Between 30,000 and 40,000 vehicles, produced between 2004 and 2010, are expected to be recalled, from around 100,000 cars sold in that period.

Editor of motoring website The Dog and Lemon Guide, Clive Matthew Wilson, said the faults were a result of cost cutting.

“In the early 21st century Toyota came up with the brilliant idea of making one part that would fit millions and millions of cars, and also built parts relatively cheaply in order to maximise profits at that time, and now that policy has come back to bite them,” he told Radio New Zealand (RNZ) this morning.

However, Morris said that criticism was “overly simplistic”.

“There’s many factors that cause recalls,” he said, denying these latest faults were caused by cheap parts.

“During the period that Clive talked about we grew quite quickly and we moved a lot of production offshore, so yes, we did make some mistakes, but the failure rate on the parts we’re talking about in this recall is extremely low and this is a precautionary measure,” he told RNZ.

“What we want to do is fix the problem before it leads to something much worse.”

Customers had reported failures to the company and that’s how it had identified the problems, Morris said.

If motorists noticed a warning light illuminated on their dashboard they should take their car into the dealer immediately. Others had noticed their car horn was not working, he said.

Toyota’s RAV4, Prado and Hilux models produced between June 2004 and December 2010 and sold as new, are affected by the spiral cable recall. The spiral cable is a wire which connects the steering wheel mounted electrical systems.

Around 7500 Yaris vehicles produced between January 2005 and August 2010 and sold as new are affected by the seat rail recall, where there is a potential for the springs used in the seat locking mechanisms to break if the seat is frequently adjusted.

One hundred Yaris vehicles with tilt/telescopic steering adjustment, produced between September 2005 and February 2009, are also affected, as are 1037 used imported Ractis and Ist.

Toyota New Zealand staff are working through model numbers and will contact owners affected.

Anyone who is concerned about their vehicle can call 0800 TOYOTA.

APNZ

Source : The New Zealand Herald

TV Serra Dourada não vai trocar o SBT pela Globo

GO: TV Serra Dourada reforça afiliação com o SBT e destaca audiência

Divulgação

Em paralelo às vitórias da Record sobre a Globo no horário nobre e ao crescimento de “Chiquititas” sobre o “Jornal Nacional” em Goiânia, rumores surgiram sugerindo uma possível mudança nas bandeiras das afiliadas do SBT e Globo em Goiás.
A TV Serra Dourada, através de nota encaminhada ao NaTelinha, disse não haver qualquer possibilidade de romper com o SBT e migrar para a Globo, que atualmente é representada pela TV Anhanguera no estado.
“A TV Serra Dourada completa 25 anos em maio e prepara um grande evento para celebrar a parceria consolidada com o SBT e que tem dado ótimos resultados nos últimos anos”, informou a assessoria do canal.
A afiliada do SBT também destacou alguns índices de audiência. O canal comemorou a liderança no Ibope na faixa da manhã do mês de fevereiro, com 5,01% ante 4,94% da TV Anhanguera e a vice-liderança nas outras faixas do dia no mesmo mês.
O carro-chefe da programação local, o “Jornal do Meio Dia”, também teve seus índices de fevereiro destacados, quando liderou com 10,73% ante 9,26% da TV Anhanguera e 7,92% da Record.
Na média das 24h, a TV Serra Dourada foi vice-líder em fevereiro, com 6,22% de audiência. A Globo ficou em primeiro com 8,58%, Outros Canais (TV paga, DVD, etc) em terceiro com 5,14% e a Record em quarto, com 4,69%.
Conflitos:
Tanto a Record Goiás como a TV Serra Dourada vêm incomodando a TV Anhanguera no Ibope. A disputa entre as três emissoras é bastante acirrada em determinadas faixas do dia, como também há polarização entre duas delas – a TV Anhanguera contra a TV Serra Dourada ou a Record Goiás -, em outros horários.
De toda forma, o NaTelinha reafirma todas as matérias publicadas relacionadas aos confrontos de audiência em Goiânia. Todos os dados são autenticados pelo Ibope. Há isonomia no tratamento das informações, seguindo assim o princípio da imparcialidade.
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City jobless at six-year low – #Auckland

Total of 48,000 new positions created in Auckland last year but economist warns blue-collar areas hard hit.

Auckland's economic growth had become increasingly broad-based. Photo / Dean Purcell

Auckland’s economic growth had become increasingly broad-based. Photo / Dean Purcell

Auckland’s unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest level in six years, buoyed by economic growth and the associated demand for workers to the point where 48,000 new jobs were created in the city last year.

Geoff Cooper, Auckland Council’s chief economist, said the unemployment rate was 6.3 per cent in the December quarter and 760,000 Aucklanders were in either full or part-time work in the city of 1.4 million people. Residential construction was driving job growth in building, real estate agencies, rental services, manufacturing, finance and insurance services, he said.

“The Auckland economy gained momentum over the second half of 2013 and has entered 2014 on a strong footing, with the unemployment rate at its lowest level since 2008, annual net migration levels at their highest levels in 10 years and both consumer and business confidence riding high,” he said.

Auckland’s economic growth had become increasingly broad-based and the upswing in housing construction was having significant flow-on effects to other sectors, particularly manufacturing.

Consumer spending had gained momentum, Auckland was enjoying strong visitor numbers and dairy prices, and had proved resilient in the face of a high New Zealand dollar and weakening Australian economy, he said.

“Businesses have been taking on additional labour to cater for projected demand, but the outlook for employment growth is very much dependent on the strength of domestic activity, particularly housing activity and consumer spending,” Cooper said.

But wages are not shooting up.

“Wage pressures remain contained, average weekly earnings growth for full-time-equivalent employees moderated from 3.7 to 3.3 per cent, largely reflecting compositional effects – annual growth in the labour cost index, which takes into account changes in industry and occupation shares, was unchanged at 1.7 per cent,” he said.

Job growth should continue this year.

“The outlook is for solid employment growth and a further decline in the unemployment rate through 2014 back towards 5 per cent.

“However, there are plenty of upside and downside risks to this outlook, both domestic and external,” he said.

Cooper’s Auckland Economic Quarterly found Reserve Bank LVR limits had constrained housing demand. “Their effect will be compounded by rising interest rates through 2014. However, demand is currently being bolstered by exceptionally high levels of net migration, which together with rising household incomes will help cushion house price growth,” he said.

Shamubeel Eaqub, NZIER principal economist, said Auckland was extremely divided on income, and success was not evenly shared.

“While the median household income is $107,900 in the Upper Harbour local board area, it is less than half in Mangere-Otahuhu at $59,900,” Eaqub said, adding there are fewer blue-collar jobs.

“This has been hard on places like Mangere, Otahuhu, Otara, Papatoetoe and Manurewa where there has been little or no growth in jobs over the last seven years, even though Auckland as a region is doing much better.”

 

Source : The New Zealand Herald

Flight check: Jetstar A320

By Winston Aldworth

Call it a hunch, but I reckon there's a big friends-and-relatives market on this flight.

Plane: A320.

Class: Just the one.

Price: You can get on this bird for $179.

On time: The plane was delayed when landing at Melbourne, so we’re 15 minutes late when pushing back from the gate. With a healthy tailwind we make it up and arrive bang on time in Auckland. It’s scheduled for 3hr 31min.

My seat: 12F. Exit row. As it’s an exit row the seat won’t recline, but the extra legroom more than compensates. There’s loads of room on the tray for my laptop as row 11 (in front of me) can’t recline. (Tip for young players: The non-reclining row 11 doesn’t have the added legroom I get in my exit row. With row 10 able to recline, I’d say row 11 is the worst on the plane.)

I always find the safety briefing you get in the exit rows interesting. After the briefing, the woman in 12D says with a chuckle: “I hope you paid attention.” I kind of did, but I’m pretty sure in a crisis I wouldn’t know what to do.

Fellow passengers: Aussies heading away on holiday and Kiwis coming home. Call it a hunch, but I reckon there’s a big friends-and-relatives market on this flight. My neighbour in 12D works in transport (“A traffic geek,” she says) and we pass the time chatting about Auckland’s big transport projects. The conclusion: Auckland needs to make good use of Alice the Drill while we have her in town.

How full: There were barely a dozen empty seats out of 180.

Entertainment: I picked up three Aussie papers in Melbourne. Kylie Minogue says she still loves Michael Hutchence and if you think some of our sportspeople are prone to idiotic behaviour when drinking, you should check out the AFL.

Food and drink: Bit hungover, so guzzled a ton of water before boarding and filled up my bottle from the drinking fountain at the gate. A Jetstar hostie gives me two Panadol and a sympathetic smile.

Service: Anyone who brings me hangover-fighting Panadol is okay by me.

Toilets: Clean but somewhat spartan.

Luggage: With a bit of squishing I got all of my gear into carry-on, meaning I could skip out of Auckland Airport quicker after landing.

Airport experience: In Melbourne I had a lost-my-passport-found-my-passport whoopsie at check-in. Later, at Gate 2, I couldn’t get Melbourne airport’s free WiFi to work, but I did surf its electricity to get my phone battery charged. There are a few power points around and loads of places to bust out your laptop and get some work done.

Would I fly this again? A cheap link to and from Melbourne? Yes, please.

The writer travelled as a guest of Jetstar.

 

 

Source : The New Zealand Herald

FC Bayern München 3 x 1 Manchester United

 3 x 1 

Ao contrário do que acontecera em Old Trafford – para críticas sem fim dos bávaros -, o Manchester United não foi a Munique pensando deliberadamente em se defender. Não é que tenha tomado iniciativa de atacar, apesar de precisar de um gol, mas fez um primeiro tempo consciente: disposto a subir ao ataque sempre que tivesse oportunidades, na medida em que tirava a bola do Bayern. Com isso, os primeiros 45 minutos foram de equilíbrio, apesar da superioridade que, jogador por jogador, é inegável para o lado dos alemães.

Tudo pareceu se intensificar no início da segunda etapa. Afinal, na medida em que o tempo passava, mais o United precisava tentar algo. Com dez minutos da segunda etapa, os ingleses deram seu primeiro chute certo ao gol de Manuel Neuer: um tiro de longe de Shinji Kagawa. E, logo no segundo chute, a maré do confronto pareceu estar mudando: após cruzamento da direita, a bola cruzou pela marca do pênalti e chegou até o lateral Patrice Evra, no bico da grande área. Ele acertou um sem-pulo inacreditável, no ângulo esquerdo, e marcou seu primeiro gol desde abril de 2007. 

Era o gol que poderia ser o da classificação, mas que só o foi de fato por um minutinho. Foi o tempo que demorou para que, no lance seguinte, o croata Mario Mandzukic, de cabeça, empatasse o confronto de novo. Pronto. O Bayern, naquele exato instante, voltava a ser o Bayern campeão de tudo na temporada passada e já campeão alemão nesta. 

Os minutos seguintes não tiveram relação com o que fora o duelo até então. A equipe de Pep Guardiola enfim colocou em prática toda a superioridade sobre a qual tanto se falou. Aos 23, Arjen Robben foi à linha de fundo pela direita e cruzou para Thomas Mueller desempatar. Mais oito minutos e o próprio Robben fez um daqueles seus gols clássicos, dos que já fez às dezenas: carregou da direita para o meio da área e, da marca do pênalti, bateu no canto direito de David De Gea. O favoritismo custou, mas apareceu, e o atual campeão segue na briga pelo bi.

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