Cameron DeLillo the celebrated man for Team USA

Brazil and United States are third and fourth in the world ranking and the match between them certainly didn't disappoint. Lots of chances for both teams, but excellent goalkeeping on either side made sure only five goals were to be made. Brazil opened the score with a shot from way out, captain Hebert Lemes Oviedo scored. Just before the break Benjamin Lindau scored the equalizer. Only to see Brazil score another before retiring for half time. Cรฉsar took the most of the opportunity given to him.


The second half started as fiercely as the first ended, USA pressing to get the goal. In the 45th minute Cameron DeLillo was tackled in the box, which gave Nick Mayhugh the chance to score from a penalty kick. He converted that chance. For a long time a draw was in the books, but one ball played back to goalkeeper Moacir of Brazil changed everything. Cameron DeLillo chased the ball down and made sure he was in the line of fire when the goalkeeper kicked the ball. It ricocheted of him into the goal for a overtime winner.


USA, Brazil and Argentina are on 9 points each from four matches. On Wednesday the last matches will make all the difference in who will get to play in the final.

Brazil
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
2
FT2 C
60'
44'
5
FT2 RFD 20
60'
12'
6
FT2 R
60'
16'
7
FT3 R
56'
56'
10
FT2 RFD 20
60'
29'
41'
11
FT3 C
4'
56'
Head coach: Paulo Alberto Da Veiga
USA
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT2 RFD 20
60'
2
FT2 C
60'
60' +3
60' +2
5
FT2 C
60'
26'
6
FT1 R
60'
10
FT3 R
60'
45' (p)
13
FT2 R
49'
49'
14
FT2 RFD 20
60'
3
FT2 C
0'
4
FT1 R
0'
7
FT2 C
0'
8
FT2 C
11'
49'
9
FT2 C
0'
11
FT2 C
0'
12
FT2 C
0'
Head coach: Stuart Sharp