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17/11/2009
1:8 (0:4, 0:1, 1:3)
  • Ebrahim ALMUGHAWI (35'08")
  • BURU (0'04" 2'12" 3'28" 28'28")
  • BRUNO (9'45")
  • DANIEL SOUZA (21'39" PEN)
  • ANDRE (30'33")
  • DANIEL (35'05")

Summary

Seleção shoot sandy eight

It was largely business as usual for Brazil, as they cruised to their second win to join Switzerland on six points at the top of Group D.

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Line-up

12
1
3
3
9
7
10
10
11
11

Substitute(s)

1
12
2
2
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
8
8
9

Coaches

Gustavo ZLOCCOWICK (BRA)
(BRA) Alexandre SOARES

Officials

Referee: BEREZKIN Alexander (RUS)Second referee: HAMZAYEV Afgan (AZE)Third referee: MESZAROS Istvan (HUN)Timekeeper: SALLAM Faisal (UAE)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 5)


Latest Comments:
jmikkelsen02
19/11/2009 at 03:54
come on bahrian, seriously 8-1? come on
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Shukry
18/11/2009 at 08:14
Shukry (Canada)
Brazils talents are overwhelming but they should not be over confident.
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Rafael2014BR
17/11/2009 at 21:39
Rafael2014BR (Brazil)
Brazil! No one can beat us! We are the best! WOW!!! B R A Z I L IN THE HEART!
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Statistics

20Shots41
8Corner kicks7
2Overheads2
0Yellow cards1
1Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
46%Possession (%)54%
  • Bruno of Brazil is challenged by Rashed Salem of Bahrain
  • Goalkeeper Salah Mohamed of Bahrain makes a fine save
  • Daniel Souza of Brazil celebrates after scoring
  • Goalkeeper Salah Mohamed of Bahrain is beaten
  • Benjamin of Brazil holds a pennant during the line ups
  • The Brazil team line up

"I'm delighted that we've qualified, because that was our main objective. On a personal note, it was a marvellous day. Now we want to finish top of the group, but we know that the match against Switzerland will be tough." -Buru, Brazil player