Brazil vs Mexico FINAL London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012

Brazil vs Mexico FINAL  London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012 is full of prestige event of a future world of football. With members of the young players it can be ascertained this is the benchmark for world football authorities to come. Brazil vs Mexico FINAL  London Olympic Saturday August 11 Gold in the Mexican football is everything because they do not get the gold medal while for Brazil is the third medal for his country.

Brazil vs Mexico FINAL  London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012

Brazil vs Mexico FINAL London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012


Brazil Squad FINAL  London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012

Neymar from brazil squad is always the key Santos’ Neymar has nine goals in 18 games for the senior team, while AC Milan’s Pato and Porto’s Hulk have also impressed for the full side.
Hulk is one of three over-aged players along with defenders Marcelo (Real Madrid) and Thiago Silva (AC Milan).
Coach Mano Menezes has also picked Manchester United defender Rafael and Tottenham midfielder Sandro.
Hulk, 25, has scored three goals for the senior side since making his full debut in 2009 and the coach said he hoped the Porto player’s experience would help his side.  Based On Final Football london Olympic 2012

Goalkeepers: Rafael Cabral (Santos), Neto (Fiorentina)

Defenders: Marcelo (Real Madrid), Rafael (Manchester United), Danilo (Porto), Alex Sandro (Porto), Thiago Silva (AC Milan), Juan (Inter Milan), Bruno Uvini (Sao Paulo)

Midfielders: Romulo (Vasco da Gama), Ganso (Santos), Oscar (Internacional), Sandro (Tottenham Hotspur), Lucas (Sao Paulo)

Forwards: Neymar (Santos), Alexandre Pato (AC Milan), Leandro Damiao (Internacional), Hulk (Porto).

Replacements: Marquinhos (Corinthians), Giuliano (Dniepr/UKR), Cassemiro (Sao Paulo), Gabriel (AC Milan/ITA)

Mexico Squad for Olympic Brazil vs Mexico FINAL  London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012

1     GK     José de Jesús Corona* (c)     26 January 1981 (aged 31)     12     0     Mexico Cruz Azul
2     DF     Israel Jiménez     13 June 1989 (aged 23)     7     1     Mexico UANL
3     DF     Carlos Salcido*     2 April 1980 (aged 32)     0     0     Mexico UANL
4     DF     Hiram Mier     25 August 1989 (aged 22)     14     1     Mexico Monterrey
5     DF     Dárvin Chávez     21 November 1989 (aged 22)     15     0     Mexico Monterrey
6     MF     Héctor Herrera     19 April 1990 (aged 22)     11     1     Mexico Pachuca
7     MF     Javier Cortés     20 July 1989 (aged 23)     11     1     Mexico UNAM
8     MF     Marco Fabián     21 July 1989 (aged 23)     12     12     Mexico Guadalajara
9     FW     Oribe Peralta*     12 January 1984 (aged 28)     5     6     Mexico Santos Laguna
10     FW     Giovani dos Santos     11 May 1989 (aged 23)     0     0     England Tottenham Hotspur
11     MF     Javier Aquino     11 February 1990 (aged 22)     17     0     Mexico Cruz Azul
12     FW     Raúl Jiménez     5 May 1991 (aged 21)     5     1     Mexico América
13     DF     Diego Reyes     19 September 1992 (aged 19)     12     1     Mexico América
14     MF     Jorge Enríquez     8 January 1991 (aged 21)     17     1     Mexico Guadalajara
15     DF     Néstor Vidrio     22 March 1989 (aged 23)     5     0     Mexico Pachuca
16     DF     Miguel Ponce     12 April 1989 (aged 23)     13     5     Mexico Guadalajara
17     DF     Néstor Araujo     29 August 1991 (aged 20)     9     0     Mexico Cruz Azul
18     GK     José Antonio Rodríguez     4 July 1992 (aged 20

Formation Prediction Brazil vs Mexico FINAL  London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012

BRAzIL (4-2-2-2): Rafael; Danilo, T. Silva, D. Luiz, Marcelo; Sandro, Romulo; Neymar, Oscar’; L. Damiao, Hulk

MExIcO (4-31-2); Ochoa; Meza, Rodriguez, Salcido, Torres; Zavala, Barrera, Andrade; Dos Santos; De Nilgris, Hernandez

When Brazil vs Mexico 2012 (en vivo 15:00) battle in the Olympics Mens’ soccer finals Saturday, more than just an Olympic gold medal will be at stake. The Brazil vs Mexico futbol game will also make history, for both countries. While both nations have produced some of the most memorable soccer talents of a generation, Mexico has never earned any medal in Men’s soccer at the Olympics. Mexico, moreover, hasn’t advanced beyond the quarterfinals since 1996.

But when Brazil vs Mexico 2012 kicks off, Brazil will hope to change history for itself, as well. Brazil has never won an Olympic Gold medal. Could this be the winning year for the Brazilians, or could the talented Mexicans capture the gold?

The soccer match this Saturday August 11, 2012 will bring together two winners of Group action and two shooting powerhouses. Mexico and Brazil have proven in these Olympics that to advance you have to deliver multiple goals, per game.

Today was no exception. Mexico vs Japan 2012 delivered scoring and suspense unlike any knockout match this tournament. In the second half, the game seemed unpredictable with the teams tied at a 1-1 score. That changed after a missed opportunity by the Japanese.

During a shot attempt at the sixty-minute mark, Mexico was blocked by Japan. But in tossing out the ball, the Japanese left the ball in the backfield. Immediately, a steal and pass landed the ball at the feet of Mexican sensation Oribe Peralta. And with that, Peralta delivered the game winning goal for Mexico.

The match, however, was far from over. After the ninety minute mark, three minutes were added to the clock. A drop in defense in the final seconds allowed Javier Cortés to permeate the Japanese defense. Cortes, who had just come onto the field,  scored a third goal for Mexico with just seconds left on the clock.

Today, Brazil handled itself differently. Early on, Brazil’s Romulo and Leandro Damiao put the team up 0-2. Rômulo scored at the thirty-eight minute mark; Damião scored thereafter at fifty-seven minutes.

But Damião wasn’t done there. At the sixty-four minute mark, Damião scored again. For the Mexicans to win this Saturday, they will have to stop Damião. Since the quarterfinals, Damião has scored four times in two matches. Brazil vs Mexico kicks off from Wembley Stadium this Saturday August 11, 2012. Brazil vs Mexico FINAL London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012

Brazil vs Mexico FINAL London Olympic Saturday August 11, 2012