Brazil breeze past Singapore

July 28, 2008 at 19:58 2 comments

On Monday, Brazil made easy work of a Singapore Select 3-0. The friendly was part of Brazil’s preparations for the Beijing Olympics.
The Brazilians regarded the match as nothing more than a good workout but Dunga was pleased with what he saw as Brazil were able to put in practice what they had been doing in training.
On August 1st, Brazil have another friendly when they take on Vietnam in Hanoi. Their Olympic campaign gets underway a week later vs New Zealand.
See the goals here


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