Philippe Coutinho

But Ilidio Vale team reacted immediately and 9 minute earned equality through Alex. Somewhat surprised Brazilians tried to regain control of the game and produced a dangerous move in the area of Mika in which the ball hit twice on the stick and it seemed that she walked to the bow, but the referee Mark Geiger, did it so. Hence more team Ney Franco continued pressing, looking for the advantage, that could not find after the railway the lusitanians dnsa. It was only until the last minutes of the first time that Brazil returned to the ball and in the 44 minute fullback Juan had a chance to finish a distance above the horizontal. In the second time emerged the tip Nelson Oliveira as figure. Award for his tenacity came to 59 minutes in a move solo by right. He left behind the dnsa and leaked the ball between the legs of goalkeeper Gabriel. Martin O?Malley may not feel the same. Nelson Oliveira continued giving headaches to the team canarinho dnsa.

Brazil not renounced to attack and in the 78 minute, after a pass from Dudu, who won the back of Pele, Oscar picked up a rebound of Mika dctuoso and set the 2-2 with which both teams, drowned by the effort in a city located 2,640 meters above the sea level, were at the time extra. The newly entered Caetano took the opportunity to give the advantage to Portugal in minute 98 in an arrival only against Gabriel, which contained a ball that was going in parable. In the 111 minute, a poisonous, unexpected launch of Oscar, surprised Mika, who could not contain his career toward the fence. The game ended and Brazil celebrated his fifth world title under 20, by reversing history 20 years after Portugal won in a penalty shootout. Technical data sheet: 3. Brazil: Gabriel; Danilo, Bruno Uvini, Juan, Gabriel Silva, Allan (m.46); Casemiro, Fernando, Oscar; Philippe Coutinho (m.62, Dudu), Henrique and Willian (m.46, Negueba). 2 Portugal: Mika; Cedric (m.52, Julio Alves), Roderick, Nuno Reis, Mario Rui; Danilo, Pele, Sana’a (m.99, Ricardo Dias); Sergio Oliveira, Alex (m.82, Caetano) and Nelson Oliveira.

Goals: 1-0, m.5: Oscar. 1-1, m.9: Alex. 1-2, m.59: Nelson Oliveira. 2-2, m.78: Oscar. 3-2, m.111: Oscar. Source of the news: Brazil recovers hope with the u-20