Search FIFA.com
Search the web
26/06/2013
Semi-finals
Brazil - Uruguay
2:1 (1:0)
Match
Date
Time
Venue / Stadium
Attendance
1326 June 2013 16:00Belo Horizonte / Estadio Mineirao57483
Match Officials
Referee
Enrique OSSES (CHI)
Assistant Referee 1
Carlos ASTROZA (CHI)
Fourth Official
Joel AGUILAR (SLV)
Assistant Referee 2
Sergio ROMAN (CHI)
Match Commissioner
Davor SUKER (CRO)
Fifth Official
William TORRES (SLV)
    Goals scored
  • FRED (BRA) 41',
  • Edinson CAVANI (URU) 48',
  • PAULINHO (BRA) 86'
Brazil
Coach
Luiz Felipe SCOLARI (BRA)
Uruguay
    Line-up
  • Fernando MUSLERA (GK)
  • Diego LUGANO (C)
  • Diego GODIN
  • Cristian RODRIGUEZ
  • Luis SUAREZ
  • Diego FORLAN
  • Maximiliano PEREIRA
  • Egidio AREVALO
  • Alvaro GONZALEZ (-83')
  • Edinson CAVANI
  • Martin CACERES
    Substitute(s)
  • Juan CASTILLO (GK)
  • Martin SILVA (GK)
  • Sebastian COATES
  • Walter GARGANO (+83')
  • Alvaro PEREIRA
  • Sebastian EGUREN
  • Abel HERNANDEZ
  • Matias AGUIRREGARAY
  • Nicolas LODEIRO
  • Diego PEREZ
  • Gaston RAMIREZ
  • Andres SCOTTI [N]
Coach
Oscar TABAREZ (URU)
    Cautions
  • DAVID LUIZ (BRA) 13'
  • , Edinson CAVANI (URU) 21'
  • , LUIZ GUSTAVO (BRA) 39'
  • , Alvaro GONZALEZ (URU) 74'
  • , MARCELO (BRA) 75'
    Expulsions
    Additional time
  • First Half: 1'
  • Second Half: 3'
Brazil (BRA)StatisticsUruguay (URU)
19Shots7
10Shots on goal3
14Fouls Committed24
9Corner kicks8
1Direct Free Kicks to Goal0
0Indirect Free Kicks to Goal0
0 / 0Penalty Kicks0 / 1
0Offsides2
0Own Goals0
3Cautions2
0Expulsions due to Second Caution0
0Direct Expulsions0
64%Possession (%)36%
29Actual playing time16
Budweiser Man of the Match: 12, JULIO CESAR (Brazil)
a.e.t.:After extra time(C):CaptainPSO:Penalty Shoot-out
GK:GoalkeeperN:Not eligible to playI:Injured
Y:Yellow cardsPos:PositionsA:Absent

Have Your Say

  • Neymar of Brazil celebrates
  • Neymar of Brazil controls the ball
  • General View of a TV Camera
  • Julio Cesar of Brazil reacts with his team-mates
  • Daniel Alves of Brazil takes a throw in
  • View of the big screen as the tenth anniversary of the death of footballer Marc-Vivien Foe is remembered