Matches

27/10/2009
0:1 (0:0)
  • Miguel BASULTO (70')

Summary

Mexico stun Brazil in '05 replay
Mexico repeated their heroics from four years ago by overcoming Brazil to right their 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup campaign after an opening loss. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Luiz NIZZO (BRA)
(MEX) Jose Luis GONZALEZ

Officials

Referee: Tom OVREBO (NOR)Assistant Referee 1: Geir Age HOLEN (NOR)Assistant Referee 2: Dag Roger NEBBEN (NOR)Fourth official: Carlos AMARILLA (PAR)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 70)


Latest Comments:
chrisUSA187
12/11/2009 at 15:19
mexico was lucky to win this match. Brazil is a lot better. They just folded their cards too early.
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el.moxy
30/10/2009 at 16:17
el.moxy (Mexico)
What a pleasant surprise! I knew it was going to be tough to win agains Brasil, but they must have done well on defence to keep the goose on the scoreboard. They play Japan today and I think they have a great chance to make it to the next round. I'm actually going to try to watch this one. Like the Mexico modo says: Arriba y Adelante!
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Eddie92085
29/10/2009 at 22:01
Razgriz_One and PedroBR, Mexican fans have all always supported Mexico through thick and thin. We don't change our jerseys on here when Mexico loses and when they win. Maybe you noticed one or two people on here but that's not the majority.
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Statistics

19Shots14
4Corner kicks4
1Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
53%Possession (%)47%
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"We played the perfect game, especially in defence, against tough opponents who are one of the candidates for the title. We've got a lot more to give, though, and this was only a little example of the potential we have. We went with these tactics today because we had to get a result, but that doesn't mean to say we don't know how to play football. We'll prove that against Japan." Jose Luis Gonzalez China, Mexico coach