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- 1st Half
- Zimling (o.g.)13'
Denmark - Brazil
International friendlies - 26 May 2012
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That's the final whistle. Brazil win this friendly 3-1 thanks to two goals from Hulk and an own goal from Zimling. Nicklas Bendtner netted a second-half consolation for the Danes.
Brazil, though, deserve their victory after a sparkling first-half display.
The Danes have been better in this second-half after shooting themselves in the foot three times in the first.
Hulk had a fine first half and is being replaced late on. He scored twice and provided an assist too.
Anderson makes a good low save with his legs to save a shot which took two deflections on the way through to him.
Rommedahl steals possession and tries to play the ball through to Kahlenburg but the pass is just too heavy.
Brazil have coasted through this second-half, barely troubling Anderson.
Hulk lands heavily after a high challenge but the Porto star is back on his feet.
Sandro heads the ball out for a corner with Rommedahl in close proximity.
Rommedahl gets caught in two minds between shooting and laying the ball off, and does neither.
Lucas is being replaced by Giuliano in another Brazil change.
Denmark fans want a penalty for a handball in the area, but their protests are more in hope than expectation.
Rommedahl breaks clear but his first touch is poor and he can't keep the ball in.
Brazil are enjoying a bit of possession themselves as they look to run down the clock and play out time.
The flag goes up for offside against Romedahl. Spot on from the official.
Brazil look like they are on their summer holidays already.
Bendtner looked to be in an offside position there, but the goal stands.
GOAL! DENMARK 1-3 BRAZIL. Fine work from Zimling down the left as he drops his shoulder to beat a defender and cross for Bendtner who finishes comfortably beyond Jefferson.
Rommedahl has certainly livened things up for Denmark.
Denmark are press forward and Brazil look pretty happy with their lot. No need to put themselves out too much at 3-0 up in this kind of heat.
Marcelo is replaced by Alex Sandro as Mano Menezes makes a substitution.
Rommedahl's right-wing cross lands on top of Jefferson's crossbar and goes behind for a goal kick.
Jefferson comes out positively and catches the corner. He's not had a lot to do today.
Rommedahl's cross is puched away by Jefferson, but the Danes press and Simon Poulsen wins a corner off Danilo.
Poor pass from Bendtner after a period of Danish possession in their own half. The game is in something of a lull at the moment.
Rommedahl just seem sto keep going and the Brondby winger will be travelling to Euro 2012.
Dennis Rommedahl is replacing Christian Eriksen for Denmark.
Good toe end clearance from Thiago Silva with Bendtner lurking in the penalty area.
Jefferson's poor control almost gifts the ball to Bendtner but the goalkeeper gets away with it.
Marcelo has got forward well in this game from his left-back position.
Denmark making more good running in this second-half but they give up possession too easily.
Great play down the left from Marcelo who rides a tackle and crosses for Damiao whose control lets him down.
The Danish and Brazilian fans are conducting a Mexican wave in the Hamburg sun.
Another promising attack for Denmark comes to nothing and Brazil win possession back.
Wass plays the ball to Bendtner whose cross is well overhit and the Danish attack loses momentum.
Marcelo reads Zimling's pass and bombs forward but he can't pick out a teammate with his final ball.
Wass looked to be offside but the flag did not go up.
Agger misses a great chance at the far post! He really should have put that right wing cross in from Wass.
We are back underway in Hamburg.
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The referee brings the half to an end. That was a real horror show at the back for Denmark with Sorensen, Christian Poulsen and Daniel Agger all guilty of shocking defensive errors.
There will be two minutes of added time.
Simon Poulsen lets fly with an effort that threatens to embarrass Jefferson who appeared to dive too far for the ball, but keeps it out.
Nice finish from Damiao but the offside flag goes up and the goal will not count.
Olsen's side had been playing well in the ten minutes leading up to that goal, but all their good work has come undone after more comical defending.
Another horrendous piece of defending from Denmark.
GOAL! DENMARK 0-3 BRAZIL. Agger concedes possession deep in his own half and Hulk carries the ball forward, rounds Andersen and finishes with ease!
Hulk dispossesses Krohn-Delhi having gone down a minute ago seemingly in pain. Hulk's a quick healer!
Krohn-Delhi curls the ball wide after the goalkreeper makes a mess of dealing with a deep cross from Wass. The Danes are well on top now.
Lovely ball over the top from Eriksen but Schone's control is dreadful after timing his run superbly. Good control would have seen him go through one-on-one with Jefferson.
Denmark enjoying their best spell of the game as Zimling tries to get on the end of an Eriksen pass.
Krohn-Delhi has a crack but his shot is charged down. Denmark are showing a little more now in the final third.
Half a chance for Agger after an Eriksen corner but Jefferson gathers the ball.
The Danish fans are starting to wake up again and get behind their team after the double early setback.
Christian Poulsen wins the ball back with a good tackle but Brazil quickly get it back. Oscar then gives away a free-kick.
Brazil have been a delight to watch so far. Comfortable in possession and quick on the counter.
Eriksen goes for goal with a free-kick but Jefferson catches the ball. The flag goes up for offside anyway.
Sorensen is being substituted and Stephan Andersen has come on. Was that an injury or a reflection of what was a shaky 25 minutes from the goalkeeper?
Marcelo's left-footed cross is cleared away by Wass.
Simon Poulsen catches Hulk on the ankle. It looked a nasty one but the Porto man is back up on his feet.
Brazil break like lightning down the other end and Damiao's scuffed shot is saved down low by Sorensen.
Wass crosses the ball towards Bendtner buit Jefferson gathers.
Sorensen flaps at a corner and fails to gather the ball but Hulk is penalised for a foul on the goalkeeper. It looked the correct decision.
Morten Olsen will not be encourgaed by what he has seen from his team defensively so far. Sorensen and Christian Poulsen have been the villains so far.
Thiago Silva plays a good ball forward but Damiao's touch just eludes himk and Sorensen gathers
The stadium announcer awarded the goal to Hulk but the last touch was definitely off Zimling.
GOAL! DENMARK 0-2 BRAZIL. A real mess at the back for Denmark as Christian Poulsen gives the ball away, Damiao squares it and Zimling prods it beyond his own goalkeeper to make it 2-0.
Denmark are pressing but Brazil confidently stroke the ball about around the halfway line.
Poulsen is penalised for a foul in midfield and Brazil have a free-kick.
It was a poor error from the Stoke keeper who did not get down early enough to stop what was a powerful left-footed effort from Hulk.
GOAL! DENMARK 0-1 BRAZIL. Hulk lets fly with a long-range shot that dips infront of Sorensen and into the net.
Denmark are well supported here today. There is much enthusiasm ahead of Euro 2012.
The offside flag goes up against Damiao. The Gremio forward just made his run too early.
Fabulous piece of skill from Damiao who lobs the ball over the defender's head and collects it on the other side. He has no support, though, and has to play it back.
Denmark force the first corner of the match and the ball is knocked in at the near post for Bendtner who knocks the ball wide at the near post. The ball came off Christian Poulsen last.
Nicklas Bendtner fails to control on the halfway line and Brazil win the ball back.
We are off and underway!
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho is at the game today, reportedly watching Lucas, who starts for Brazil. Mano Menezes has paired Hulk with Leandro Damiao in attack, while Oscar and Romulo are handed starts in midfield.
Brazil and Denmark have won once each in their two previous encounters. The Danes won 4-0 in Copenhagen in June 1989 while Brazil triumphed 3-2 in the 1998 World Cup quarter-finals.
DENMARK: Sorensen, Wass, Kjaer, Agger. S.Poulsen, Zimling, C.Poulsen, Eriksen, Schone, Krohn-Delhi, Bendtner. /// BRAZIL: Jefferson, Thiago Silva, Marcelo, Danilo, Juan, Oscar, Sandro, Romulo, Lucas, Hulk, Leandro Damiao
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