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Monday, June 4, 2012

Brazil beats kept the Mexican

The Mexico team with goals from Giovani Dos Santos, at minute 22 and Javier Chicharito Hernandez, a penalty, at 32, won 2-0 to Brazil, unbeaten in their last ten games in a friendly match today at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The player of Valencia, Andres Guardado, started but left the pitch for 83 minutes. Brazil was caught by a Mexico that played on the counter and nullify knew Neymar with a strong labeling. Mexico cooled the match, Brazil football awakened from their slumber and saw the tenth suffered defeat in their history in the 38 games they have played, with 21 wins and seven draws. The Mexico team avenged also upside down by 1-2 to Brazil in October gave him in Torreon. After the match, Brazil will not only was the concern about their level of football, as disappointed with his play and lack of enthusiasm when it comes to fighting for the win, also suffered a blow that central defender Thiago Silva. Dos Santos became the executioner of Brazil to penetrate the left and take a cross shot which took effect across the top of the arc defended by Rafael. Dos Santos hesitated before hitting the ball and what at first thought it was a center became a great shot. The goal changed the face of the party. Brazil was able to get ahead on the score at minute 10 with the striker Leandro Damiao, but the match referee, Canadian Silviu Petrescu, therefore annulled for offside. At 32 minutes, missed again the Brazilian defense to give the ball to Dos Santos, who entered the goal box, where he was felled by John at fault as the referee ruled that penalty and executed Chicharito to beat Rafael Hernandez and give it 2-0 to Mexico. Brazil had the best chance of achieving the goal, but Mexico made the most of two who created and transformed in many of victory. Neymar to 41 minutes took a powerful shot and the ball went around the left corner of the goal of Mexico and there came the miraculous hand of goalkeeper Jesus Corona to avoid what was counted as the first goal in Brazil. The teams went into halftime with the 2-0 to the delight of the thousands of Mexican fans who were the majority among the 84,519 spectators filled the stands of the Cowboys Stadium and in the middle set a world record by doing the 'wave' for seven minutes. In the second part, more favored changes to the selection of Mexico, led by José Manuel de la Torre, which in Brazil's Mano Menezes. De la Torre was always clear that you had to control Neymar, who could not do their best football of Mexico because the defense was always on top and set aside. Brazil will continue their preparation in the United States until June 9 will face Argentina in the MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford (New Jersey). Mexico was ready to get to Guyana on Friday in the first game of the third qualifying round of CONCACAF in search of a ticket for the World Cup Brazil 2014.- Specifications:2.
Mexico: Jesus Corona, Severo Meza (Israel Jimenez, m.87), Francisco Rodriguez, Hector Moreno, Carlos Salcido, Jorge Torres Nilo, Pablo Barrera (Edgar Andrade, m.68), Jesus Zavala, Andres Guardado (Angel Reyna, m .83), Giovani Dos Santos (Aldo de Nigris, m.54) and Javier Hernandez (Gerardo Lugo, m.77). Coach: Jose Manuel de la Torre. 0. Brazil: Rafael, Danilo, John, Thiago Silva (Bruno Uvini, m.68), Marcelo, Sandro, Oscar (Casemiro, m.84), Romulo, Leandro Damiao (Alexandre Pato, M.60), Neymar and Hulk (Aguiar Wellington, m.77). Coach: Mano Menezes
Goals: 1-0, M.22: Giovani Dos Santos. 2-0, m.32: Javier Hernandez (penalty).
Referee: Silviu Petrescu Canadian Marcelo admonished, Neymar, Salcido, Meza and Nile Subs: Friendly match for both teams. The face of Brazil to the Olympics and Mexico for the CONCACAF qualifiers 2014 World Cup, played at Cowboys Stadium before 84,519 spectators, a new record for a football game in Texas.

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