Brazil x Venezuela starting line up October 2008 – Kaká returns

October 12, 2008 at 08:53 Leave a comment

Brazil welcome back Kaká for their World Cup qualifier against Venezuela on 12th October 2008.

The AC Milan man’s last game for his country was 11 months ago in the 2-1 win over Uruguay.

Kaká will sit behind Brazil’s frontline of Robinho, and Adriano who is in for the injured Luís Fabiano.

Brazil have won all 12 World Cup meetings against Venezuela and have scored an average of 4.3 goals per match. But in June Brazil lost their first ever game against Venezuela when they met in a friendly.

Brazil start the day in 3rd with 13 points. Venezuela are 9th with 7.

Brazil take on Colombia in the Maracanã on Wednesday 15th October 2008.
Brazil: Julio César, Maicon, Lúcio, Juan, Kléber, Josué, Elano, Gilberto Silva, Kaká, Adriano, Robinho

Kick off: 17:00 (Brasília), estádio Pueblo Novo, in San Cristobal, Venezuela


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