Goals and Highlights: Brazil 2-1 Spain in Men's Soccer in Tokyo Olympics
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10:23 AM2 months ago

Highlights of the game

10:09 AM2 months ago

Thanks

Thank you for listening to another game here on VAVEL at the Olympics. Stay tuned here for all the repercussions of the match. See you next time!
10:06 AM2 months ago

SILVER MEDAL

With the loss, Spain takes home the silver medal!
10:05 AM2 months ago

END OF GAME

With a late goal, Brazil beats Spain and becomes Olympic champion in Tokyo!
9:56 AM2 months ago

9'

Substitution in Brazil: Richarlison left and Paulinho came in.
9:55 AM2 months ago

7'

Substitutions. In Brazil left Antony and entered Gabriel Menino. In Spain left Zubimendi and entered Moncayola.
9:52 AM2 months ago

3' GOAL FOR BRASIL

In the long throw Malcom received in front, came out in the face of Simón and hit hard, low and going to the bottom of the goal, putting Brazil in front!
9:47 AM2 months ago

IT STARTS

Rafa Mir gives the first touch and the second half of Brazil and Spain in extra time begins! In Brazil Claudinho is out and Reinier is in.
9:45 AM2 months ago

END OF FIRST HALF

The first half of overtime ends. We will have fifteen more minutes of play and if it continues like this: penalty kicks!
9:44 AM2 months ago

15'

Yellow for Bryan Gil, for bringing down Malcom on the counter-attack. The foul hit the area and the defense took it away.
9:42 AM2 months ago

13'

Substitution in Spain: Out goes Oyarzabal and in comes Rafa Mir.
9:33 AM2 months ago

5'

Malcom received inside the area, on the left, and hit, with deviation, out!
9:33 AM2 months ago

Here we go!

The ball is already rolling for the first stage of overtime in Tokyo! In Brazil left Matheus Cunha to the entrance of Malcom. In Spain left Oscar Gil and Cucurella to the entrance of Vallejo and Miranda.
9:23 AM2 months ago

END OF SECOND HALF

End of regulation time in Tokyo and we're going to extra time!
9:19 AM2 months ago

44'

Yellow for Douglas Luiz, for pushing the Spanish forward in the middle. The foul was hit in the area and the defense took it away.
9:18 AM2 months ago

43'

Now it was Bryan Gil's turn to strike hard from outside the area and hit the post once again!
9:15 AM2 months ago

40'

The cross came from the right and the ball hit the post of Santos, scaring Brazil!
9:09 AM2 months ago

30'

Nothing happened in the last minutes of the match. Spain has possession and Brazil follows at speed.
8:57 AM2 months ago

22'

Soler's shot from outside the area, Santos was about to release the ball, but he got it in two shots.
8:51 AM2 months ago

15' GOAL OF SPAIN

Soler's cross from the right wing was met by Oyarzabal, who scored the equalizer!
8:42 AM2 months ago

7'

Matheus Cunha received on the right, cut the marking and hit hard, but the ball deflected off Unai Simón, exploding on the post!
8:40 AM2 months ago

5'

Antony received in front, hit hard and Simón saved, but the shot was stopped for offside.
8:36 AM2 months ago

STARTS

Oyarzabal takes the first touch on the ball and it rolls into the second half of Brazil-Spain!
8:36 AM2 months ago

Teams returning

The teams return to the pitch to start the second half. Spain have made a change, with Asensio and Merino out, and Bryan Gil and Soler in.
8:20 AM2 months ago

END OF FIRST HALF

With a goal at the end of the first half, Brazil wins the match and takes gold home!
8:18 AM2 months ago

45' GOAL FOR BRAZIL

Claudinho's cross from the left got the ball to Daniel Alves, who passed it back to Matheus Cunham, who shot with his chest and put it in the right corner to open the score!
8:08 AM2 months ago

38' HE MISSED

Richarlison hit the penalty kick hard and sent it away from the goal.
8:07 AM2 months ago

36' PENALTY

The referee went to the VAR to see if the collision was a penalty or not. After the review the judge gave the penalty to Brazil!
8:05 AM2 months ago

34'

Matheus Cunha, on the left, was brought down and earned a dangerous free-kick for Brazil to raise in the area. The free-kick was taken by Arana and the ball was touched out for a goal kick, also with a nasty bump in the area. Matheus Cunha was assisted on the field.
8:02 AM2 months ago

32'

Asensio, on the right, tried a cross that turned into a shot and went into Santos' hands.
8:01 AM2 months ago

30'

Yellow for Richarlison, for a sole on Garcia, "returning" the foul he suffered earlier.
7:56 AM2 months ago

25'

Yellow for Eric Garcia, for a hard tackle on Richarlison in midfield.
7:55 AM2 months ago

25'

Richarlison received on the left, inside Arana's area and hit hard, but in the net from the outside!
7:52 AM2 months ago

20'

The first yellow of the game was Arana's, for a foul in midfield.
7:49 AM2 months ago

19' UNAI SIMÓN

Matheus Cunha's great table, Douglas hit the ball, and Unai Simón saved it for a corner, which was beaten short.
7:47 AM2 months ago

16'

Oyarzabal headed the ball into the middle of the box, where Daniel fought on the body and the ball went past everyone. After that Diego Carlos took off and in the midfield Spain won a free-kick, which Asensio tried straight and sent over the goal.
7:43 AM2 months ago

11'

Daniel Alves takes a free-kick and Gil pulls it away.
7:43 AM2 months ago

11'

On the right Antony carried the ball and was brought down by Cucurella. Danger is coming in the Spanish area!
7:30 AM2 months ago

IT STARTS

Matheus Cunha gives the first touch and the ball rolls for the first leg of the grand final!
7:24 AM2 months ago

National anthems

The national anthems of Brazil and Spain are currently being played.
7:23 AM2 months ago

Teams on the field!

The players take the field to start the match!
7:13 AM2 months ago

Brazilian medals

Brazil, meanwhile, has 18 medals, with six gold, four silver, and eight bronze, thus ranking fifteenth and dreaming of going even higher!
7:13 AM2 months ago

Spanish medals

So far in the Olympics Spain has won 16 medals in total, adding three gold, seven silver, and six bronze, placing twentieth.
7:09 AM2 months ago

Warm-up

The players take to the field to begin their warm-up exercises.
7:04 AM2 months ago

Historical record - part 3

In the '76 Olympics Brazil won 2-1, and in the '68 Olympics Spain won 1-0.
6:59 AM2 months ago

Historical record - part 2

There have been two meetings between the two, where there is a balance, one victory for each side, with a tie even in goals scored: 2 for each.
6:54 AM2 months ago

Historical record - part 1

We have previously brought you the historical record between Brazil and Spain. But did you know that the two teams have already faced each other in the Olympics?
6:49 AM2 months ago

This is how the Spanish dressing room looks like!

6:44 AM2 months ago

Line-up of Spain

Spain has only one new addition. In the attack, in place of Rafa Mir, comes Asensio!
6:39 AM2 months ago

Spain lined-up!

Spain has a line-up for the match:

6:34 AM2 months ago

Line up of Brazil

Brazil comes as anticipated here on VAVEL, with the return of Matheus Cunha to the attack.
6:29 AM2 months ago

Brazil lined-up!

Brazil has the following players lined up for the match:

6:24 AM2 months ago

Good morning!

Now begins the broadcast of the men's soccer match between Brazil and Spain, worth gold at the Tokyo Olympics!
6:19 AM2 months ago

Head to Head between Brazil vs Spain teams in soccer history

Both teams have met only 9 times in their centennial history.

Brazil has won 5 of these matches, 2 ended in draws and España won 2.

Only the first match between the two was España's only victory in an official match against the Brazilian national team when they won 3-1 in the 1934 Italian World Cup in Italy.

In this way were the other 8 matches of the 9 played between Spain and Brazil:
 

WORLD CUP. BRAZIL. 2ª PHASE. GROUP A
July 13, 1950. 
BRASIL 6- 1 SPAIN
 

WORLD CUP. CHILE. GROUP C
June 6, 1962.
BRASIL 2 - 1 SPAIN
 

WORLD CUP. ARGENTINA. GROUP C
7 June 1978.
SPAIN 0 - 0 BRAZIL

FRIENDLY
8 July 1981. Salvador de Bahía (Fontenova)
BRASIL 1- 0 SPAIN

WORLD CUP. MEXICO. GROUP D
26 March 1986. Guadalajara (Jalisco)
BRASIL 1- 0 SPAIN

AMISTOSOUS
12 September 1990. Gijón (El Molinón)
ESPAÑA 3 - 0 BRAZIL

FRIENDLY
13 November 1999. Vigo (Balaídos)
ESPAÑA 0 - 0 BRAZIL

CONFEDERATIONS CUP. FINAL
30 June 2013. Río de Janeiro (Maracaná)
BRASI 3 - 0 SPAIN

 

6:14 AM2 months ago

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6:09 AM2 months ago

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6:04 AM2 months ago

Referee

Chris Beath will referee the match, assisted by Anton Shchetinin and Geroge Lakrindis. Abdulla Al-Marri will be in charge of VAR.
5:59 AM2 months ago

Probable Spain

The probable line-up for Spain is: Unai Simón, Oscar Gil, Eric Garcia, Pau Torres and Cucurella; Zumbimendi, Merino and Pedri; Dani Olmo, Oyarzabal and Rafa Mir.
5:54 AM2 months ago

Probable Brazil

With this, the possible Brazil team for the confrontation is: Santos, Daniel Alves, Nino, Diego Carlos and Guilherme Arana; Douglas Luiz, Bruno Guimarães, Claudinho and Antony; Matheus Cunha and Richarlison.
5:49 AM2 months ago

Talk Jardine!

André Jardine, in a press conference, commented on Brazil in the Olympics: "The three above age gave experience to the team, a touch of maturity that we lacked. We suffered a lot in the pre-Olympics, especially in the defensive system, which is where we lacked the most experience. Usually, younger goalkeepers play less and younger defenders have low minutes. Experience only comes with time and decisive games. Talking about Santos, Daniel Alves, and Diego Carlos is talking about experience and players who are already established at their clubs, perhaps at the peak of their careers. We see Dani in an impressive physical shape at the age of 38, and the maturity he has speaks for itself in the game. Correct decisions, very lucid and very experienced. The three of them brought a north to the younger ones. Santos is a simple athlete, with an incredible humility. A player that transmits serenity and tranquility in his posture, in his way of training and playing. For me, he is an athlete of the highest level. When we called him up, it reminded me a lot of the situation Weverton went through in the other Olympics. He comes with all the appetite to seek his space, players have this motivation and aim to conquer their spaces in the main national team. He understood that, besides going down in history as an Olympic champion, he can send a message to the senior team: 'I'm here, you can count on me too'".
5:44 AM2 months ago

Absentees

André Jardine will not have any absentees and may go with full strength for the match. Meanwhile, Luis de La Fuente does not know if he can count on Ceballos, who is injured and is a doubt.
5:39 AM2 months ago

Semifinals

In the semifinals Spain beat Japan 1-0, earning a place in the final. Meanwhile, Brazil drew 0-0 with Mexico and won on penalties, 4-1.
5:34 AM2 months ago

Quarterfinals

In the quarterfinals Brazil faced Egypt and managed a simple victory, 1-0, qualifying for the semis.
Spain qualified by thrashing Ivory Coast 5-2, a team that scored only two goals in three games in the group stage.
5:29 AM2 months ago

Group D

In group D Brazil went through first, with seven points, while Ivory Coast went through with five. With four, Germany was third and Saudi Arabia, who did not score any points, was last.
5:24 AM2 months ago

Group C

In Group C, Spain took five points, moving into first place. Egypt came second, with four points, for having a goal difference, while Argentina got the same four points, with -1 goal difference. Australia, on the other hand, had three points and moved into fourth place.
5:19 AM2 months ago

Group phase - Spain

Spain opened the group phase with a scoreless draw against Egypt. After that came a 1-0 win over Australia and then another draw, this time 1-1 with Argentina, which qualified Spain for the next round.
5:14 AM2 months ago

Group phase - Brazil

In the group phase Brazil made its debut with a great victory, 4-2, over Germany. Against Ivory Coast came the first shock, with a scoreless draw in the second round. In the last one, a 3-1 win over Saudi Arabia put Brazil in the quarterfinals.
5:09 AM2 months ago

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