Brazil beat Wales in friendly match

Updated: 25 February 2007 10:36 IST

Brazil's imperious form in their last two friendly matches has certainly given them a lot to cheer.

London:

Their performances in the recent world cup in Germany may have disappointed their fans all over the world, but Brazil's imperious form in their last two friendly matches has certainly given them a lot to cheer. On Tuesday night, the five-time world champions beat Wales two-nil in a friendly match in London. That means new coach Dunga has now won two and drawn the third match that he's been in charge of the side since taking over from Carlos Alberto Parreira after the World Cup.

Topics : Football Brazil
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