Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Brazil beat Bosnia

ST. Gallen - Brazil succeeded in silencing Bosnia 2-1 in a friendly at Stadion De Suisse. Samba team had to wait for Sasa Papac goal in minute 91 to ensure victory.
Brazil actually got the perfect start when wing-back Marcelo scored a goal in the fourth minute Hernanes use of bait. However, the Bosnian striker Vedad Ibisevic equalized in the 13th minute.
The first half ended 1-1. Although only a pilot titled, coach Mano Menezes lose nearly all his best players, in which Daniel Alves, Thiago Silva, Ronaldinho, and Neymar derived from the start.
In the second half, Menezes reduce Ganso replace Ronaldinho, who plays a disappointment. Similarly, replacing Hulk Hernanes. Lucas Moura inclusion in the 82nd minute substitute Leandro Damião Brazil makes the game more lively.
Five-time world champion was finally sealed victory in the 91st minute when a cross instead of the Hulk defender Sasa Papac Bosnia until the ball was rolling into his own net. Brazil also won 2-1.
This was their sixth victory in a row. Furthermore, Brazil will compete again on May 26 next time try to deal beruji Denmark.
The composition of players:
Brazil (4-2-3-1): 1-Cesar; 2-Alves, 4-Thiago Silva, 3-David Luiz, 6-Marcelo; 8-Fernandinho, 5-Sandro (17-Elias 57 '); 7 - Hernanes (21-Hulk 67 ') 10-Ronaldinho (20-Ganso 63'), 11-Neymar (19-Jonas 90 '); 9-Leandro Damião (18-Lucas Moura 82').
Reserves: 12-Diego Alves, 22-Rafael Barbosa, 13-Luisao, 14-Dede, 15-Adriano, 16-Alex Sandro.
Bosnia (4-3-1-2): 12-Begovic; 4-Spahic, 3-Papac, 7-Jahic, 5-Pandza; 10-Misimovic (17-Ibricic 89 '), 6-Rahimic, 18-Medunjanin (Zahirovic 9-78 '); Pjanic 8-(2-Maletic 81'); 11-Dzeko, 14-Ibisevic (15-Salihovic 78 ')
Reserves: 1-Sehic, 19-Alispahic.


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