THURSDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2015
Brazil defeated USA 4-1 last night, in a dominating
performance in Foxborough Massachusetts.
Brazil’s golden son Neymar Junior scored a brace, along with goals
from Hulk and Rafinha.
It didn’t take long for the “Canarinho” to score, as Hulk embarrassed
the three USA defenders, who were all bedazzled by his fake shot before
Neymar also looked lively marking his 46th goal
in 67 caps for his country. That’s a remarkable statistic if you combine that
with 24 assists and the fact he is only 23 years old.
Brazil controlled majority of possession and looked like a
reflection of their former self, which played such riveting football.
After the 2014 World Cup, Brazil’s devastating performance
against Germany in the semifinal had the world thinking their team was in
crisis. Today Brazil displayed their enjoyment and love for the game, which can
clearly be seen through their on-field performance.
Could this be the beginning of a Brazilian resurgence which
will see them rise back to the top as the kings of football?
CROWD TROUBLE DISRUPTS MALAYSIA WORLD CUP QUALIFIER
For a nation which has recently seen such a rapid growth in
football, it’s a shame to see Malaysia’s lack of respect for its national side.
After a 10-0 loss to UAE, Militant ‘Ultras Malaya’ protest
brought Malaysia’s WCQ against Saudi Arabia to a halt, after throwing dozens of
flares on the field as the team trailed 2-1 in the 87th minute.
The match was abandoned and the national team is now at risk
of multiple fines and matches being played behind closed doors.
“We are extremely disappointed with the events which
took place and take such matters very seriously,” said the Asian Football
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