Before the Final
In the last months, the Brazilian population has voiced their opposition to the next World Cup coming to Rio next summer. Even though, Brazilians have explained that the world event including the Olympics of 2016 have left their economy to the brink of misery- Sepp Blatter has not pronounced a word about it – so far, the World Cup, the Confederation’s Cup, and the Olympics will proceed its course without interruption.
The First Half: The Carioca Domination
Now, the titan of Europe, Spain versus the history of most world cup championships, Brazil played tonight for the Confederation’s cup final. On the first half, Brazil started quick and ready to threat Spain’s tranquility. Four minutes into the game, Brazil’s, Fred scored like flash -he was too quick for my eyes! Then minute 16, the unnecessary drama propelled into a yellow card for the Spaniard player, Arbeloa. Neymar rolled in an exaggerated motion that he actually cried wolf. Indeed, Arbeloa slightly pushed the Brazilian forward; however, Neymar’s reaction was overtly ridiculous, but he got what he wanted. Minute 22, Spain struggles to get into Brazil’s turf. Two minutes later, the Brazilian player, Fred tries to score, but fails to score a second goal. 12 minutes later, Xavi Hernandez manages to scare the strong Carioca defense, but the European champion did not tie the game. Five minutes before the first half ended, Chelsea’s star – El Niño Torres was so close until Brazil’s avid defense player, David Luiz eliminated this opportunity. The last two minutes of the first half, Neymar flew alone and ruined Casilla’s confidence with the second goal. Clearly, Spain came into this first half weak and distracted by the Brazilian domination; however, there was plenty of fouls from Brazil that was overlooked, but I cannot deny that Brazil came prepared and ready to beat the 2010 World Cup champs.
The Final Part: Champions
The second half begin and already Fred scored against Spain for a second time. The Red Fury is almost an invisible team, without a doubt the Brazilian team has squashed the Spanish confidence. Then a penalty! Ramos was given the chance to score at least one goal to bring some cheer to the Spanish fans and misses this opportunity. Still, Brazil dominated from the first minute to its last. Brazil is the 2013 confederates champions, Congratulations!
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