2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup Schedule: Why Brazil Is Set to Destroy Spain
Spain is always overloaded with talent at every level, but they will be no match for Brazil, who has blazed an unprecedented trail through this tournament. Brazil's goal differential in the Fifa U-20 World Cup is 11:1.
While they are obviously going to face their toughest opponent to date, their attack cannot be contained. Their back line is sound and their attack allows them to get up on opponents in hurry, making them a dangerous team, to say the least.
Spain has had an impressive tournament as well, but their scoreless quarterfinals draw against that they won in penalties doesn't speak well of their chances against Brazil.
They aren't going to be able to keep Brazil scoreless and if their offense doesn't manage to get something going, there is no way they can expect to come away with a victory.
Now Spain is now slouch. They have a 11:2 goal differential of their own, but production has teetered off as the tournament has gone on.
Brazil is coming into this game with a full head of steam. Their creative attack is going to be tough to even keep to a dull roar. The best counter for Spain would be to dial up the pressure of their own.
This will be an exciting match. Expect a high scoring affair with a lot of action, but one where Brazil wins handedly.
The match will take place on Sunday, August 14th.
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