Matches

20/08/2011
3:2 a.e.t. (2:2, 1:1)
  • OSCAR (5' 78' 111')
  • ALEX (9')
  • NELSON OLIVEIRA (59')

Summary

Oscar treble wins thrilling final for Brazil

Portugal were just 12 minutes away from the title, but the Internacional ace scored to take the game into extra time before completing his hat-trick to crown his country in Colombia.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Ney FRANCO (BRA)
(POR) Ilidio VALE

Officials

Referee: Mark GEIGER (USA)Assistant Referee 1: Sean HURD (USA)Assistant Referee 2: Joe FLETCHER (CAN)Fourth official: KIM Dong Jin (KOR)Fifth official: LEE Jungmin (KOR)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 138)


Latest Comments:
jdefranc123
29/04/2012 at 19:04
shows great youth for brazil, and also it is great that an american referee refereed a final at any major mens tournament
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Zbest333
30/09/2011 at 00:35
Zbest333 (Haiti)
Bth teams got what they deserved;it was a good tournament.
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iPopNades
17/09/2011 at 23:11
iPopNades (USA)
Brazil on top of the world. lets win it in 2014
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Statistics

21Shots18
8Corner kicks3
2Yellow cards6
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • Mario Rui (bottom) of Portugal receives treatment by team mate Nuno Reis
  • Head coach Ney Franco of Brazil celebrates with the trophy
  • Goalkeeper Gabriel of Brazil celebrates with the trophy
  • Bruno Uvini of Brazil bites his medal
  • Nelson Oliveira of Portugal sits dejected on the pitch
  • Nelson Oliveira of Portugal poses with the FIFA Silber Ball Award

"We’ve followed the same tactics throughout and it’s worked for us, by adopting a more physical approach in the first half and using our skilful players to tip the balance in our favour," Brazil coach Ney Franco.