Brazil win despite red Dani Alves

Brazil win despite red Dani Alves

Guayaquil : Ecuador | Oct 12, 2011 at 1:01 AM PDT
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The German saw his team Tuesday (local time) had to bow to Ecuador: 0-1. It was the third defeat in the final four games of "Team USA"

The Americans recorded last Saturday against Honduras the first victory under the German coach, who Jozy Altidore (AZ) Tuesday showed a half part. "We need time," grumbled goalkeeper Tim Howard after zeperd against Ecuador.


Brazil recorded a victory in cleverly Mexico. The 'Divine Canaries' played more than a half with ten men after defender a red card for Dani Alves (two yellow cards), but the fights themselves to profit.

Mexico was the lead came from an own goal by David Luiz and then left Andres Guardado are a godsend to make it 2-0. The Mexican missed a penalty. In the final quarter to beat the Brazilians by hits from Ronaldinho and Marcelo.

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Brazil win despite red Dani Alves
he national football team of the United States performs difficult yet under new coach Juergen Klinsmann.
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