Gremio players wore masks in protest at having to play a match during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Brazilian club secured a 3-2 win over Sao Luiz as the game was played behind closed doors.
Gremio players did not wear the masks during the game
Gremio director of football Paulo Luiz said: This protest by the players to take the field wearing masks makes implicit our support for the championship to be halted.
“Life must take precedence.”
The masks were worn before kick-off, but not during the Gaucho state championship match.
The coronavirus has forced the Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, MLS, Ligue 1 and other leagues to postpone matches.
The coronavirus has infected 162,000 people worldwide, which includes more than 6,000 deaths.
South American clubs have been urging the footballing authorities to call off matches.
Flamengo boss Jorge Jesus is desperate for football matches in Brazil to temporarily end
Flamengo vice-president Mauricio Gomes de Mattos tested positive for the virus after travelling to Spain to meet with Real Madrid and Barcelona officials.
And Flamengo boss Jorge Jesus wants upcoming games in Brazil called off.
He said: I think there can be no games. We have to understand that the players are not supermen.
Flamengo is at risk, we had contact with someone, we don’t know what can happen.
I hope this was the last game in that situation.