Malcolm grabs golden glory for Brazil Brazil, the winner of overtime, maintained the Olympic soccer title by defeating Spain 2-1 in the men’s gold medal match on Saturday.
After the game ended 1-1 in normal time, Malcolm ran diagonally from Anthony, and in the 10th minute Jesus took the lead to Jesús Vallejo to ensure Brazil would repeat the Rio 2016 2016 victory. I took the winner to a distant corner.
Malcolm grabs golden glory for Brazil Brazil’s 38-year-old captain Danny Alves led the team as an elderly man to win a major global tournament with his country, but he knelt down and faced while playing the final whistle. I filled it. His hand.
After blowing the last whistle, the Brazilian players experienced a complete assortment of congratulatory songs because there were no fans at Yokohama Stadium.
Soccer’s Olympic gold medal never matches the World Cup title, but there is no doubt that the match was enough for both sides for 120 minutes.
Spain Spain goalkeeper Unai Simon penalized Brazil with a cross-clutch in the 30th minute, but Matthews Kunhe pushed.
South Americans took the lead with a half-time stroke, and Dani Alves and Cunha blocked a deep Claudinho cross across the area, dropping the ball into a slot.
Spain posed a slight threat, but leveled the level when substitute Carlos Solar broke the right side in the minute and Mikel Warzabal crossed Santos with a sweet left-footed volleyball at the rear post whistling.
Brazil looked for a break at the counter, Spain ran the ball well and the game was balanced in the final, but the Spaniards won very close to normal time.
When Oscargill’s crossshot catches Santos and the bar hits the top of the bar 10 and 2 minutes later, Brian Gil’s lightning bolt from outside the box explodes towards the bar.
This meant overtime and the introduction of Malcolm by Brazilian coach André Jardine. This proved to be important for Janet St. Petersburg’s winger, who wrote his name in Brazilian football folklore.