Sunday, June 30, 2013

Brazil - Spain llive 30.06.2013 final FIFA Confederations Cup


                                                 Brazil - Spain

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               Competition:FIFA Confederations Cup Final
                         Date:Sunday, Jun 30th,2014
Now, nearly three years on, Spain are once again in South America and once again outsiders, only this time Brazil wait for the world and European champions in a dream final of the Confederations Cup at the Maracana on Sunday.
This could quite easily be the World Cup final next year, although Spain will be hoping if that is the case they get longer to prepare having been taken to penalties by Italy in sweltering conditions on Thursday.
Roberto Soldado and Cesc Fabregas have returned to fitness and Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique should be fine despite missing training, while reports in Spain suggest Vicente del Bosque is considering a start for Javi Martinez.
Brazil boss Phil Scolari has no injury problems and his major decision is whether to stick with the underperforming Hulk. Lucas Moura or Hernanes could come in for Hulk if Big Phil decides to drop the Zenit forward.
The Confederations Cup hosts have lost one home competitive match in 50 years – the last of which came in 1975 - and are slight favourites with bookmakers to deny the all-conquering Spanish another trophy.

Spain and Brazil clash on the football field in the Confederations Cup final on Sunday, it will be Spain's golden generation against Brazil's young brigade.
The Spanish team has won back-to-back European championships and the World Cup with their current team and will be hoping to add the Confederations Cup to the list tonight.
Brazil who are playing at home will have the stands full with supporters as their young players look to set the football team on a path of victory with this win as the 2014 World Cup which will be held in the country draws close.
Neymar has been the star of the Brazilian team with his goals and passes while Spain has seen brilliance from the team as a whole. Brazil who have won the World Cup five times have been unsuccessful for sometime now and will be hoping to change their fortune with momentum as they face the World Champions.
The match promises to have a mix of Samba and Flamenco on the football field from kick-off to the final whistle. Fans can only be ensured of a thrilling encounter

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