Switzerland-Brazil: Quotes
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Danny Ryser, Switzerland coach
We've finished as group winners, now we'll wait and see who our next opponents are. It could well be Germany, who are also a great footballing nation, so they would be stiff opposition. In any case, we're taking it one game at a time and assessing our performance afterwards. Anything is possible, but you also need a little luck in tournaments like this. For us, it's a case of so far so good. I'm happy to have avoided Nigeria at this stage, as they won Group A, have an excellent side and are playing at home. To be honest, if we could avoid them for the next three matches, I'd be delighted!

Luiz Nizzo, Brazil coach
We weren't expecting that at all. After two years of hard work, it's hard to take. I feel sad and powerless after that result. We beat Japan with a mediocre performance, we improved against Mexico, but conceded from a corner. Tonight, we had some excellent passages of play, but once again we gave away a goal from a set piece. We wanted to finish top of our group, so this is a real shock to us. But football is all about passion, and that's what creates surprises. I'd like to congratulate the Swiss, who played well and were impressive in defence, denying us any space. We created many chances, but weren't able to convert them - that's just how it goes sometimes. I'll be leaving my position as U-17 coach after this tournament as planned - it has nothing to do with results. I'm getting too many white hairs (laughs); we're under huge pressure in Brazil.