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Match 28 Marseille - Stade du Prado
Clear
24 July
6:4 (2:2, 1:1, 3:1)
  • BURU (4'44")
  • BRUNO (9'55")
  • DANIEL (17'44", 26'50", 29'13")
  • BENJAMIN (33'21")
  • Egor SHAYKOV (3'07", 30'02" PEN)
  • Dmitry SHISHIN (4'34")
  • Ilya LEONOV (17'42")

Referee Sylvain PALHIES (FRA)

Summary

Brazil outlast valiant Russia

Brazil outlast valiant Russia

Brazil survived their toughest test in a long time to beat Russia 6-4 in an exhilarating quarter-final. The Seleção were twice behind, but a treble from Daniel helped take their unbeaten run to 71 games and book a date with Portugal. Goals from Egor Shaykov and Dmitry Shishin had sent Russia into a shock early lead. The holders were stunned but reigning FIFA World Player Buru responded as ...

Highlights

Line-up

BRA
RUS
Substitute(s)
Coaches
Alexandre SOARES (BRA)
(RUS) Nicolay PISAREV
Officials
  • Referee: PALHIES Sylvain (FRA)
  • Second referee: POLITO Fabio (ITA)
  • Third referee: OGUNMUYIWA Jelili (NGA)
  • Timekeeper: CHAVARRIA Erick (CRC)
  • Misses next match if booked

Photos

  • Brazil's Daniel competes against Russia's Egor Shaykov during their quart final at Marseille 2008
  • Brazil's Buru is shown a red card during the quarter final against Russia at Marseille 2008
  • Brazil's Buru celebrates after beating Russia in their quarter final at Marseille 2008
  • Cheerleaders dance during Brazil vs Russia quarter final at Marseille 2008
  • Brazil celebrates after beating Russia in their quarter final at Marseille 2008
  • Brazil's Buru and Junior Negao celebrates after beating Russia in their quarter final at Marseille 2008
  • Russia's Egor Shaykov tries a bicycle kick against Brazil during their quart final at Marseille 2008
  • Brazil's Mao competes against Russia's Rustam Shakmelyan during their quart final at Marseille 2008
  • Russia's Ilya Leonov looks dejected after loosing against Brazil in their quarter final at Marseille 2008

Quotes

"We had to dig deep against an excellent Russia team, one of the best sides in Europe, but we never had any doubts whatsoever," Bruno, Brazil player

"I don't feel we played a bad game, far from it. We really stuck to our task and once again proved we've got what it takes to beat Brazil. We'll do better next time," Egor Shaykov, Russia player
 

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    STATISTICS
    BrazilStatisticsRussia
    44Shots39
    7Corner kicks5
    0Yellow cards1
    1Second yellow card and red card0
    0Red Cards0
    49%Possession (%)51%