Brazil won 2-0 over Mexico on Wednesday in Pereira (west) for the semifinals of the soccer World Cup U-20 Colombia-2011 and won the right to dispute the end of the eighteenth edition against Portugal on Saturday in Bogota. The goals of the selection verdeamarelha were scored by striker Henrique at 80 and 84 minutes. The four-time world said the ticket to the final with a first goal Henrique, Sao Paulo striker, at 80 minutes, when he jumped to head a department of the Negev unbalancing the right side. He also replaced Flamengo striker William at 55. Without cooling, Henrique took responsibility for placing 2-0 in the 84, the attendance of Dudu fit again by the band right hand. Brazil played the final of the eighteenth World Youth Cup with Portugal, for which no one bet on the tournament and defeated France 2-0 in the same Wednesday in Medellin (northwest). The Lusitanian were champions in the editions of 1989 (in which Brazil won 1-0 in the semifinals) and 1991 (in which the Europeans imposed on Brazil 4-2 on penalty kicks in the final), while that of 1995 finished third (after losing 1-0 to Brazil in the semifinals). The Auriverdes (with four world titles, the 1983, 1985, 1993 and 2003) have intervened in 17 of the 18 editions of the ecumenical and Mexicans in 12.