Matches

08/09/2011500 - WeatherPartly Cloudy Night
10:8 a.e.t. (3:1, 2:4, 3:3, 2:0)
  • ANDRE (9'01" 10'03" 11'04" 29'11" 36'19")
  • ANDERSON (15'08")
  • BURU (23'10")
  • JORGINHO (32'12")
  • BENJAMIN (33'14")
  • BRUNO (36'20" PEN)
  • Musa NAJARE (9'02")
  • Bartholomew IBENEGBU (12'05" 15'07" 17'09" 35'16")
  • James OKWUOSA (14'06" 34'15")
  • Victor TALE (35'17")

Summary

Brazil outlast brave Nigerians
Brazil had to endure a stiff test in their quarter-final against Nigeria, beating the Beach Eagles 10-8 in extra-time to the reach the last four of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2011 in Ravenna. More »

Line-up

1
1
4
3
6
6
10
7
11
10

Substitute(s)

12
12
2
2
3
9
5
11
7
4
8
5
9
8

Coaches

Alexandre SOARES (BRA)
(NGA) Audu ADAMU

Officials

Referee: BEREZKIN Alexander (RUS)Second referee: MEDINA Michael (NED)Third referee: WINIARCZYK Tomasz (POL)Timekeeper: WONGSUWAN Suwat (THA)Fifth official: BENTANCOR Javier (URU)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 16)


Latest Comments:
seun313
09/09/2011 at 11:03
seun313 (Nigeria)
Am proud of the game... The Beach Eagles really showed what they were made of.
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Protombz
09/09/2011 at 08:16
Protombz (Nigeria)
Good game Nigeria. You fought the defending champions - who have won every FIFA Beach World Cups since 2006 - to a standstill. The future is indeed bright. Bravo Beach-Eagles!!!
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DavidUSA
09/09/2011 at 03:01
DavidUSA (USA)
brazil is good at all futbol
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Statistics

55Shots39
9Corner kicks5
8Overheads2
0Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
55%Possession (%)45%
  • Andre of Brazil celebrates
  • Andre of Brazil makes a overhead kick next to Victor Tale of Nigeria
  • Victor Tale of Nigeria celebrates
  • Bartholomew Ibenegbu (#10) of Nigeria celebrates
  • Brazil line up
  • Bartholomew Ibenegbu of Nigeria celebrates

"It was very tough, like a final. In fact, without doubt the first final for us. We played well in the first period, when we scored and had chances. Then in the following periods we left a bit of space and our defence didn’t always function very well," Brazil coach Alexandre Soares.