In the first semi-final of the Tokyo Olympics, Brazil reached the final by crying against Mexico. 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic champion Brazil has once again reached the final of the Olympics. Last year’s gold medalists lost to Mexico 4-1 in a tiebreaker in the semi-finals of the football event at the Tokyo Olympics.
Dani Alvez came to take the first shot for Brazil in the tiebreaker. Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa could not stop his great shot. Going forward, 1-0. Eduardo Aguirre, who came to take the first shot for Mexico, was blocked by Brazil goalkeeper Santos. Gabriel Martinelli, who came to take the second shot for Brazil, scored the goal. The score is 2-0.
Why miss Johan Vasquez, who came to take the second shot for Mexico. He hit the ball outside the post. Bruno Guimarez came to take the third shot for Brazil. It is also a goal, score 3-0.
Brazil in the final of the Olympics
Carlos Rodriguez came to take the third shot through Mexico. However, this time he was able to score, score 3-1. Rainer came to take the fourth shot for Brazil. When he scored, Brazil was overjoyed to reach the final.
Neither side was able to score until the pre-determined time and the match was played in extra time. The match started at 2 pm Bangladesh time on Tuesday (August 3) at Kashima Soccer Stadium. Sony Ten 1 is broadcasting live.
On this day, the current champion Brazil started attacking one after another on the field. All attacks failed, however, to Mexico’s experienced goalkeeper Guillermo Achoa. The players of the two teams could not score a goal in the second half like in the first half. As a result, 15 minutes and a total of 30 minutes of extra time will be played. If these two halves are not scored, the match will be played in a tiebreaker.
Brazil, meanwhile, lost to Germany and Saudi Arabia in Group D and drew against Ivory Coast. The Selecao secured the last four by beating Egypt 1-0 in the quarterfinals.
Mexico, on the other hand, won Group A against France and South Africa. They had no problem getting a place in the quarterfinals against Japan. The Mexicans beat South Korea 6-3 in the last four to secure a place in the semis.
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