Brazil bring in Lyon’s Cris for England and Oman friendlies

November 13, 2009 at 09:36 Leave a comment

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Cris gets a header in

Following injuries to Luisão and Fábio Aurélio, Brazil coach Dunga has called up defender Cris from Lyon for the matches against England on Saturday and Oman three days later.

The 32-year-old has appeared 22 times for his country scoring just once. Cris’ last game for Brazil was in in the 1-0 vs Russia in March 2006.


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Liverpool leftback Fábio Aurélio out of England and Oman games Brazil probable line-up vs England November 2009

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