Brazil Still Too Hard For Japan

Brazil Still Too Hard For Japan

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Brazil vs Japan in the Test Game - The Brazilian national team is apparently still a very tough opponent for the Japanese national team. Countries that often rule this Asian football lost by a score of 3-1 in the test match.

Taking place at Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille, France, both teams try to make quick appear early in the first half. But, Brazil who came down with the best squad able to appear more dominant.

It did not take long for Brazil to immediately score. In the 10th minute, Neymar opened the scoring from the spot. Penalties were awarded after a violation of Maya Yoshida to midfielder Fernandinho.

Neymar returned to be a penalty taker three minutes later. But, this time the most expensive players in the world fail to do their job well.

Brazil showed his champion mentality. They immediately got up and scored the second goal on 17 minutes. Marcelo scored a beautiful goal from kick outside the penalty box. Brazil is more dominant and has two goals.

The 36th minute, turn Danilo gave a pass which then allows Gabriel Jesus to score goals against Eiji Kawashima. Brazil closed the first half with a three-goal advantage.
But, the second half of the game Brazil declined. A number of spare players were included by Tite's coach. Gabriel Jesus, Marcelo, Neymar, and Willian alternately had to leave the field.

The condition is exploited by Japan to appear more aggressive. Coach Vahid Halilodzic was able to smile a little in the 64th minute when Tomoaki Makino broke into the Brazil goal from his header.

But, the coach's smile can not last long because it is Japan's last goal in this fight. The Blue Samurai must admit defeat of Samba Team with a score of 3-1.

The composition of Players:

Japan (4-3-3): Kawashima; Sakai, Yoshida, Makino, Nagatomo; Yamaguchi, Hasebe, Ideguchi; Kubo, Osako, Haraguchi.
Brazil (4-3-3): Allisson, Danilo, Thiago Silva, Jemerson, Marcelo; Casemiro, Giuliano, Fernandinho; Neymar, Jesus, Willian.

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