Category Archives: Match Reports

France 1-3 Brazil: Oscar winning performance

Oscar, Luiz Gustavo and of course Neymar were all on target as Brazil won the first UFWC title match of 2015 to remain Unofficial Football World Champions. France scored first, and provided a dangerous challenge on their home turf, but few followers of the UFWC will have been surprised by this result, as Brazil’s impressive post-World Cup turnaround continued under the management of Dunga.

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Austria 1-2 Brazil: Seleçao end tough year as UFWC champs

Brazil secured their sixth straight post-World Cup victory, and their fourth straight UFWC title match win, to remain Unofficial Football World Champions. But this wasn’t as easy as previous wins, and challengers Austria did score a goal – the first Brazil have conceded since the World Cup. The result means Brazil will end 2014 as UFWC champions, an achievement that seemed highly unlikely following a wretched campaign as World Cup hosts. The turnaround achieved by Dunga and his players is remarkable, and they thoroughly deserve to end the year as Unofficial Football World Champions.

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Turkey 0-4 Brazil: Two-goal Neymar retains UFWC title

Unofficial football world champions Brazil cruised past challengers Turkey with another fantastic post-World Cup performance of the type that was sorely lacking during the official tournament. Turkish fans sang the name of two-goal man of the match Neymar, and booed and whistled their own team, such was the gulf in class on show. It took Brazil 20 minutes to open the scoring, with Neymar beating the Turkey defence to latch onto a long ball and slip it past keeper Volkan Demirel. That was Neymar’s 41st goal for his country, at just 22 years of age.

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Brazil 4-0 Japan: Neymar masterclass for UFWC champions

A brilliant four-goal performance from captain Neymar Jr helped Brazil move another step away from their World Cup embarrassment as they retained the UFWC title with a thoroughly impressive win over Japan. The best efforts of the challengers were simply no match for a fluid, fast-breaking Brazilian side. Dunga’s Seleção look a completely revived team following the disappointments of the summer, and can deservedly claim to be Unofficial Football World Champions.

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