Monday, 12 November 2007

Brazil win the Beach Soccer World Cup

Brazil did the inevitable, defeating Mexico 8-2 to clinch the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup for the second year in a row.

Mexico, who had run Brazil close in their group stage clash, just could not live with the hosts this time round and rarely looked in a position to spoil the party on the Copacabana.

Brazil raced into a three-nil lead in the first thirteen minutes, with Andre, Bruno and Benjamin all getting on the scoresheet. Ricardo Villalobos pulled one back for Mexico direct from the kickoff, but then Brazil went goal crazy, with goals from Buru, Betinho, Junior Negao, Andre and Bruno putting them into an 8-1 lead.

Mexico again replied straight from the kickoff after the eighth Brazilian goal through Morgan Plata, but it was only ever going to be a consolation goal as Brazil ran out comfortable winners.

1 comment:

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