Monday, July 1, 2013

Brazil beats Spain 3-0 in Confederations Cup final Highlights

The top two team of the world met in the Confederations Cup final at the historic Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro and the host Brazil snag the victory with 3-0.

The Confederations Cup is intended as a dry run for the World Cup host, to road test the stadiums, the infrastructure and the internal organization with an eight-team tournament a year before the 32-team main event. But it also serves as a trial for the teams involved, placing their squads under the stress of tournament conditions in a way the usual qualifying series cannot.

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