USA vs Brazil 2012 Highlights 1-4 Gomez Neymar Thiago Marcelo Pato Goals Video Fedex Field Friendly Score USMNT

By Soccer Blog | May 31, 2012

USA vs Brazil 2012 ( United States Brazil VIDEO BELOW)

Score and result:- USA vs Brazil 1-4 ( Gomez/ Neymar pen, Thiago Silva, Marcelo, Pato)

FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland- 30 May, 2012- Wednesday- 8pm ET- 5/30/12

Brazil score twice in each half as they beat the USMNT 4-1 at FedEx Field in a soccer friendly. The USMNT had beaten Scotland 5-1 in their last game.

USA vs Brazil 0-1 ( Neymar penalty vs USA 12′)
USA vs Brazil 0-2 ( Thiago Silva goal vs USA 26′)
USA vs Brazil 1-2 ( Hercules Gomez goal v Brazil 45′)
USA vs Brazil 1-3 ( Marcelo goal vs United States 52′)
USA vs Brazil 1-4 ( Alexandre Pato goal vs USA 87′)

USMNT vs Brazil FedEx Field attendance:- 67,619

United States starting lineup vs Brazil FedEx Field:- Howard, Johnson, Bocanegra, Onyewu,Cherundolo, Edu, Jones, Bradley, Torres, Donovan, Gomez

Brazil starting lineup vs USA 2012 Friendly:- Rafael, Marcelo, Juan Jesus, Thiago Silva, Danilo, Oscar, Romulo, Sandro, Hulk, Leandro Damiao, Neymar

( Credits of this USA vs Brazil 1-4 Highlights Video with uploaders @ Youtube)

9 Comments so far
  1. Marcos May 31, 2012 3:42 am

    Bad defending from Onyewu

    Not a bad match at all for the USMNT- scoreline suggests otherwise, but at 3-1, we did have our chances before Pato finished the game off

  2. Toni May 31, 2012 3:47 am

    Hercules beat Hulk in the battle of the comic characters!

    yeaahhhh

  3. Fabrice May 31, 2012 4:02 am

    Great crowd, brilliant to play in front of 60K + folks

  4. Ed May 31, 2012 9:25 am

    I knew the hiring of Klinsmann as coach would have a beneficial effect on the team, and I was not disappointed. I fully expected Brazil to dominate and they did, but America put up a very good fight despite the score. The US team displayed a lot of previously non-existent aggressiveness and a much better team strategy than before; they looked like a European or South American team more than they ever have in the past. The US will never truly challenge for the World Cup Championship in my lifetime because there are many sides that are much stronger, but at least under Klinsmann they will not be embarrassed so often.

  5. miltonruiz3 May 31, 2012 6:18 pm

    puxa q brazil es el serio candidato a ganar el mundial

  6. David Jones May 31, 2012 11:32 pm

    I wasn’t surprised. It is the US in it’s usual form. Old players, new shirts. Klingsman will do the best he can but this team is old has slow legs and each time I see Brazil I see a new team of players. Someone needs to tell Gulati that Donovan has left his prime. You cannot beat or match the skill of Brazil. We have good players in the US but they never play. We confine the players to a semi rich state of being and if you don’t come from a family with money you don’t get seen. Brazil’s players come from the streets many from single parent families. Here the kids play with $100 balls and wear unoforms they buy on line. US will never be a soccer power.

  7. stroll May 31, 2012 11:46 pm

    reminder to Americans that this is not the primary selection of Brazil and those are just the olympic athletes aged

  8. Ethan June 1, 2012 2:05 am

    The PK call was exactly what a ref would do when playing with Brazil. Unintentional, but thats what refs do. fourth goal was offsides, and built off of a foul. Disappointing game from the US, with a very obnoxious Brazil “fans” crowd, mainly consisting of white people who like brazil because they are good. Awesomr ehen the dude got tackled at the end though.

  9. Matt June 9, 2012 8:40 am

    Rich or poor doesn’t matter. In the U.S. more and more there are kids with passion for soccer that play it every day and think about nothing else. That’s why we have better players now. And I disagree that poor players are overlooked. The club coaches want the best players and they scout the Mexican kids, and black kids, as much as the white kids. If they are good, they will find a way to get them onto their club. The better players of every color find a way to play club ball, the crappy players continue to play AYSO or in unorganized Mexican leagues.

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