Brazil versus Spain 4 - 1

Brazil is on top of the ranking

In a sometimes emotional match Brazil beat Spain for the second time in this competition. It was player Manuel da Silva Junior that could not be stopped in this game. With an excellent performance he scored 4 goals. The first 30 minutes the game was very even and the half time score was 1 – 0. In the second half Spain tried to score the equalizer but it was again Brazil that scored. Finally the game ended in a well deserved victory for Brazil 4 - 1

Brazil
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
3
FT2 R
66'
40'
9
FT1 RFD 20
58'
56'
10
FT3 R
60'
16', 39', 44', 57'
58'
11
FT2 RFD 20
66'
2
FT3 RFD 20
0'
5
FT3 R
0'
7
FT3 RFD 20
0'
8
FT3 R
8'
58'
60' +4
12
FT1 C
10'
56'
Head coach: Rodrigo Terra
Spain
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT1 RFD 20
66'
4
FT3 C
66'
50'
6
FT2 R
66'
11
FT2 RFD 20
24'
24'
21'
2
FT2 R
0'
3
FT2 R
30'
24'
52'
5
FT3 RFD 20
0'
8
FT2 RFD 20
14'
52'
14
FT1 RFD 20
0'
Head coach: Jorge Peleteiro Rubio