Monday, November 14, 2011

Brazil defeated mesir

DOHA - Two goals Jonas managed to bring Brazil's 2-0 win over Egypt in an international friendly match at the Stadium Ahmed Bin Ali, Doha, Qatar, Tuesday (11/15/2011) morning earlier.
Goals in each half of the player's full name is Jonas Oliveira Goncalves was made in Brazil back to winning after the previous test match on Friday (11.11.2011) and also winning by a score of 2-0 over Gabon. Valencia striker who played in Egypt was breaking goal at minute 39 and minute 59.
It's a win fifth consecutive Samba Team in the previous test match after also winning 2-0 over Argentina, Costa Rica 1-0, Mexico 2-1, 2-0 and Gabon. In seven games since losing 2-3 of Germany on August 11, 2011 and then, Brazil has never lost a record six wins and a draw.
Brazil coach Mano Menezes made five changes compared with last squad against Gabon. Daniel Alves down from the beginning to replace Fabio, David Luiz replace Luisao, Alex Sandro replaces Adriano Correia, Lucas Leiva replaces Sandro, and Fernandinho replace Elias.
On the other hand, Egypt's new coach, Bob Bradley could not reduce its flagship striker Amr Zaki is still injured. The last meeting occurred in Egypt in the Confederations Cup Brazil 2009 and who managed to score a thin Selecao won 4-3.
Although mastering the course of the game, Brazil is a show with a 4-4-2 formation difficulties creating chances. Brazil almost winning kick on 32 minutes when Alex Sandro distance must be pushed over with difficulty by the keeper of Egypt, Ahmed El Shenawy.
Five-time world champion could only score in the 39th minute when sontekannya utilizing feedback from a successful Hulk goal of deterring Egypt.
This is the first goal for Brazil Jonas. Until halftime, the score remained 1-0 for Brazil.
Entering the second half, Brazil managed to double the advantage again through Jonas. Jonas kick from close range success makes Brazil a 2-0 lead.
After winning 2-0, Brazil lowered the tempo of the game. Egypt exploit this situation to minimize the position. Unfortunately, long-range shot from substitute Ahmed Hassan in the 73rd minute can still be driven goalkeeper Diego Alves with difficulty.
Until the referee blew the long whistle, Brazil and Egypt failed to score a goal so that Brazil still closed the game with a 2-0 advantage.
Brazil (4-4-2): Diego Alves; Daniel Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Alex Sandro; Hernanes, Lucas Leiva, Fernandinho (Elias 76 '), Bruno Cesar (William 75'); Hulk (Dudu 84 ') , Jonas (Kleber 81 ')
Egypt (4-3-3): Ahmed Al Shenawy; Ahmed Fathi, Wael Gomaa (Ahmed Said Okka 85 '), Ahmed Hegazi, Mohamed Nassef; Hossam Ghaly (Ibrahim One 46'), Ahmed Al-Muhammadi, Shikabala (Abdullah Saied 77 '); Hosny Abdrabou (Ahmed Hassan 73'), Mohamed Zidan (Waleed Soliman 46 '), Emad Motaeb (Mohammed El-Gabbas 64')(


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