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23/06/2011
0:1 (0:0)
  • ADRYAN (76')

Summary

Adryan nicks win for Brazil
Brazil have secured their ticket to the last 16 with a narrow 1-0 victory over Australia, scoring through Adryan, in their Group F encounter at the FIFA U-17 World Cup. More »

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Coaches

Jan VERSLEIJEN (NED)
(BRA) Emerson AVILA

Officials

Referee: Stephan STUDER (SUI)Assistant Referee 1: Sandro POZZI (SUI)Assistant Referee 2: Raffael ZEDER (SUI)Fourth official: Diego ABAL (ARG)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 20)


Latest Comments:
YoungTalent
24/06/2011 at 16:44
YoungTalent (Australia)
Very impressed with the Australian team. Brazil had more shots but couldn't get any closer than the Sony advertisement board next to the goal box. Great free-kick from Brazil, what an absolute peach. Australia played a better game though. Always nice to see players running passed 2-3 Brazilian players with the ball :) need to take 2nd place now and get into the 16!
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sylenss
24/06/2011 at 15:27
sylenss (Canada)
brazil are absolutely terrible at this level....well played australia
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niftwa
24/06/2011 at 06:27
niftwa (Australia)
Good Game, Australia didn't let Brazil dictate play and continued harassment broke down Brazil's control. Brazil didn't play well because they weren't allowed too. Australia will be the dark horse in this group, look out Denmark second place is going to be interesting.
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Statistics

11Shots22
2Corner kicks9
1Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
44%Possession (%)56%
  • Emerson of Brazil is challenged by Jesse Makarounas of Australia
  • Riley Woodcock of Australia plays the ball as Lucas Piazon of Brazil looks on
  • Adryan of Brazil is challenged by Yianni Perkatis of Australia
  • Emerson of Brazil is challenged by Jesse Makarounas of Australiaduri
  • Nathan of Brazil breaks with the ball
  • The Brazil players boots

“It wasn’t a great performance from Brazil but we still managed to get a goal. Sometimes it’s better just to win than play great football and not get the three points,” Brazil coach Emerson Avila.