Matches

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4:3 (3:1)
  • KAKA (5' 90' PEN)
  • LUIS FABIANO (12')
  • JUAN (37')
  • Mohamed ZIDAN (9' 55')
  • Mohamed SHAWKY (54')

Summary

Last-gasp Kaka sinks brave Egypt

Brazil surrendered a two-goal cushion in the second half, before Kaka struck from the spot in injury time to snatch them a 4-3 win over Egypt.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

DUNGA (BRA)
(EGY) Hassan SHEHATA

Officials

Referee: Howard WEBB (ENG)Assistant Referee 1: Michael MULLARKEY (ENG)Assistant Referee 2: Peter KIRKUP (ENG)Fourth official: Matthew BREEZE (AUS)Fifth official: Matthew CREAM (AUS)

Have Your Say

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Latest Comments:
EgyStar
23/11/2009 at 23:32
EgyStar (USA)
YA EGYPT!!! You don't see Algerians playing in the Confederations Cup!
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Pharo1964
21/06/2009 at 10:42
Pharo1964 (Egypt)
Football is not just statistics although Egypt had 52% ball possession .. if that was not just good enough playing against brasil then you have got to be really biased :)) .. Egypt played better, but brasil won the match .. tough luck and hope to see brasil again playing against us in the final .. only then you will know for sure .. who is really the "best" .. :))
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chachar
18/06/2009 at 13:14
chachar (Israel)
next year with ronaldo , hope to see good fight between Rial and Barca ...
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Statistics

17Shots12
5Corner kicks3
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards1
47%Possession (%)53%
  • Gilberto Silva of Brazil in action during match between Brazil and Egypt
  • Kaka of Brazil breaks forward with the ball during the FIFA Confederations Cup 2009 match between Brazil and Egypt.
  • Luis Fabiano of Brazil is tackled by Ahmed Fathi of Egypt.
  • Luis Fabiano of Brazil in action against Egypt.
  • Mohamed Zidan of Egypt celebrates scoring against Brazil.
  • Kaka of Brazil in action against Egypt. Kaka scored 2 goals in Brazil's 4-3 win.

"We played two very demanding South American World Cup qualifiers before we came out here, and all we did in the training sessions for the Egypt match was to try and get the players back into shape. We almost paid for the lack of rhythm today." Dunga, Brazil coach