Thursday, November 10, 2011

Brazil B is more than an innocent Gabon

An alternate plagued Brazilian team won 0-2 to Gabon in Libreville, in an easy match, relaxed and with little opposition from the African team, who was enthusiastic but very innocent in the marking.

Sandro and Hernanes scored in the first part of both goals in Brazil, whose main concern in this friendly was to avoid injury from the poor state of the pitch.

For this call, the Brazilian coach, Mano Menezes, gave to Neymar and other owners who play in Brazil for not harming the clubs in the final of the League and could not count on the injured Kaka and Marcelo.

Therefore, Brazil fielded an eleven unpublished, but had no difficulty in taking control of the ball from the opening whistle and sometimes create a trickle of playing at a trot, thanks to the facilities granted by the Gabonese defense.

Little work for Diego Alves
Sandro Brazilian scored the opening goal from a corner taken by Bruno Cesar eleven minutes, which was about to become an own goal on a rebound defender failed Apang.

The second of the evening came after the half hour, a header from Hernanes, who took a rebound from the goalkeeper fists Ovono.

Gabon got in trouble only debutant goalkeeper Diego Alves twice in the first half: in a free kick and a shot Madinda at close range Aubameyang, the best of 'panthers' Gabon.

After the break, Menezes took to make the usual round of changes which gave the opportunity to compete with the national team striker Kleber, the Oporto Portuguese, William, of Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine, and Dudu, also of Ukraine Dynamo Kiev.

The second part provided a few good chances for the Brazilians, among which a shot of another newcomer, Bruno Cesar, who got in trouble the goalkeeper Gabon.

Brazil will play another friendly against Egypt on Monday in Doha, Qatar.


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