Brazil Vs Mexico

August 18, 2011 by staff 

Brazil Vs MexicoBrazil Vs Mexico, Brazilians are the favorites of the team in a semifinal match the U-20 Mexico for good reason. The Brazilians showed their strength when it struck a very skilful Spanish team and dangerous in the penalty kicks. The Brazilians have a lot of weapons in the field, but none more important than the man between the pipes, Gabriel. The Brazilians showed why they are the favorite team and put an end to the Mexican side stripes.

Mexico had a lovely performance against the host country, Colombia, Colombia but in reality was nothing more than an average football club and took over the business. Mexico was able to control the flow of the game and show how dangerous it can be an attack.

Mexico has come to where a rock-solid defense, giving up just three goals in the tournament. However, they face one of the most, if not the most potent offensive attack in the world. Brazil has scored 13 goals in the tournament and found the goals of a variety of attacking forward.

Brazil simply has too many options at the top and is very strong between the pipes. Gabriel flexed his muscles stopped two penalties against Spain. Many believe this will be a reality in the history of dog and surprised the Brazilians, almost sneak up on them.

The Brazilians just had his best performance this year against the best team in the next in this tournament, there is no way that Mexico breaks through the baseline before the Brazilian side does. The country of Mexico has been very successful in recent months with the senior team to win the Gold Cup and the Under-17 winning the World Cup.

A trifecta is not in the mix to Mexico despite being a very talented team, but Brazil has the power to fire much in too many places in the country. Mexico will have to play your best game and even then it will be a battle all the way to play the heavy weight that is Brazil.

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