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Summary

Three and easy for Brazil
An improved second-half showing from group winners Brazil saw them defeat Equatorial Guinea 3-0 at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadium in Frankfurt.
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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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21
18
12
8
3
11
9
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15
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20

Coaches

Marcello FRIGERIO (ITA)
(BRA) Kleiton LIMA

Officials

Referee: Bibiana STEINHAUS (GER)Assistant Referee 1: Marina WOZNIAK (GER)Assistant Referee 2: Katrin RAFALSKI (GER)Fourth official: Kateryna MONZUL (UKR)

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Statistics

8Shots14
8Corner kicks6
3Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
38%Possession (%)62%
  • Rosana (R) of Brazil and Ana Christina da Silva (L) of Equatorial Guinea battle for the ball
  • Formiga (R) of Brazil and Genoveva Anonman Nze (L) of Equatorial Guinea battle for the ball
  • Erika (R) of Brazil celebrates scoring the first goal with Aline
  • Rosana (C) of Brazil, Ana Christina da Silva (L) and Genoveva Anonman Nze (R) of Equatorial Guinea battle for the ball
  • Formiga of Brazil challenges Sinforosa of Equatorial Guinea
  • Formiga of Brazil and Sinforosa Eyang Nguema Nchama of Equatorial Guinea battle for the ball

Brazil coach Kleiton Lima
Overall, I don't think we're making the most of our technical ability yet, but our defence is 100 per cent solid. Some people are saying the way we defend is out of date, but we're solid, we keep it tight, and we have players and strikers who are fantastic on the break. Marta is so obviously focused on Brazil winning this World Cup!

TeamMPGFGAPts
BRA3709
AUS3546
NOR3253
EQG3270

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