With early eliminations in the last two World Cups and no major title wins since the 2009 Confederations Cup, there’s no denying the fact that Brazil has had some troubles recently. However, the quadrennial Confederations Cup always seems to bring out the best in the soccer powerhouse—they’ve now won the last three finals.
The success continued yesterday as they powered by world champion Spain with a final of 3-0. Brazil’s offensive and defensive pace was just too much for Spain, providing the edge in a heated match full of fouls and aggressive play. Fred provided a goal for Brazil early on, followed by a goal from Neymar and a final goal from Fred to seal the 3-0 victory.
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