It was yet another stroll in the park for Brazil who was featured in a match going against Japan with an ending score of 4-0 and the Brazilians never really faced any difficult situation throughout the entire game.
Within the opening 14 minutes of the game Brazil had already gotten the lead thanks to a back pass from Oscar over to Paulinho who fired a low driven shot that went straight into the net. Some minutes later and Brazil doubled their lead after Kaka appeared to have been brought down by Yasuyuki Konno and the ref awarded the penalty for Neymar to slam it home.
Both sides entered the pitch to play the 2nd half and nothing had changed as Brazil was still the dominant squad with more possession and just feeling comfortable when they had the ball under their control.
Neymar scored his 2nd and last goal of this game as he received a corner down the left flank beating Yuto Nagatomo to the ball and later trying to tap it into the net which indeed he accomplished it but this was due to it taking a big deflection off of a Japanese player which re-directed it into his own net.
Real Madrid’s Kaka ended the game in a positive note as he scored at the 76th minute with the match coming to a 4-0 conclusion and Brazil easing past Japan.
Japan vs Brazil highlights video.
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