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20/06/201017 - WeatherClear Night
3:1 (1:0)
  • LUIS FABIANO (25' 50')
  • ELANO (62')
  • Didier DROGBA (79')

Summary

Brazil put Elephants in the shade

Brazil booked their place in the last 16 with a game to spare after a convincing 3-1 victory over Côte d’Ivoire although they lost Kaka to a late red card.

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Coaches

Carlos Caetano BLEDORN VERRI (BRA)
(SWE) Sven Göran ERIKSSON

Officials

Referee: Stéphane LANNOY (FRA)Assistant Referee 1: Eric DANSAULT (FRA)Assistant Referee 2: Laurent UGO (FRA)Fourth official: Subkhiddin MOHD SALLEH (MAS)Fifth official: Yuxin MU (CHN)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 445)


Latest Comments:
Madzys
06/08/2010 at 04:58
Madzys (Australia)
WOOOHOO go Brazil! x]
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CasillasCan
19/07/2010 at 16:57
CasillasCan (Canada)
Ivory Coast proved that even though you might be worse than Brazil, you can still play far dirtier. The whole game was reminescent of a hockey game, except only Ivory Coast was playing hockey. Thankfully, that changed when Keita decided that fist fighting the Brazillian players didnt accomplish much and decided to fake on the ground for 5 minutes for a "foul" which was essentially Keita running into Kaka. I am disappointed in the ref and disappointed in FIFA for letting such dirty players play "football" when acting and boxing seem more appropriate.
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Bananotis
30/06/2010 at 12:33
Bananotis (Greece)
GUYS IS IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR BRAZIL TO WIN COTE D'IVOIRE!!!!!!M-E-R-C-Y
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Statistics

10Shots8
4Corner kicks3
0Yellow cards3
1Second yellow card and red card0
1Red Cards0
56%Possession (%)44%
  • Kaka of Brazil gestures
  • Players walk through the tunnel after the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group G match between Brazil and Ivory Coast
  • Sven Goran Eriksson head coach of Ivory Coast looks on
  • Kaka of Brazil looks on as he walks through the mixed zone
  • Michel Bastos of Brazil runs with the ball
  • Players walk through the tunnel

"We were patient and moved the ball around and I think that the whole team played well, but of course Luis Fabiano was excellent," Dunga, Brazil coach.