Brazil and Mexico will meet on Saturday August 11 in the Olympic Final of 2012 in a match that football connoisseurs all over the world can hardly wait to see. The match has all the ingredients one could ask for for any match. Neymar vs. Giovani dos Santos, creativity vs. tactical discipline, attack vs. defence, skill vs wit. Mano Menezes, armed with the phenom that is Neymar and Brazil's manager for this tournament and for the Brazilian World Cup in 2014, will see his free scoring side go up against one of the meanest defences in the competition when they take on Luis Fernando's in the Olympic set-piece.
Wembley Stadium in north-west London becomes the Latin quarter of the capital on Saturday when Brazil take on Mexico in the Olympic men's football final. Neither side—not even five-time World Cup winners Brazil—has won gold in this ... Read Post
Mexico meets Brazil on Saturday morning in the men’s Olympic gold football match. Mexico is in search of their first ever Olympic football medal of any kind, while Brazil hopes to atone for a history of Olympic underachievement. The... Read Post
Brazil vs. Mexico 2012 Olympics Men's Football, Gold Medal Match Kick off 3pm UK / 10am ET Another gold medal is at stake in the London 2012 Olympics as the final of the men's football is ready to take place, to be contested between... Read Post