Brazil vs Mexico Highlights: Endrick turns saviour again as Selecao score stoppage time winner

Brazil vs Mexico Highlights: Endrick turns saviour again as Selecao score stoppage time winner

Andreas Pereira, Gabriel Martinelli and Endrick scored the goals for the 5-time world champions.

Brazil vs Mexico Highlights: Brazil on Sunday suffered a roller coaster ride to win 3-2 against Mexico ahead of Copa America 2024. Brazil started the match well, with Andreas Pereira scoring in the first half to put Brazil into the lead. Gabriel Martinelli doubled Selecao’s lead in the second half, as Brazil looked to be cruising towards a victory.

However, Mexico scored two quick goals towards the end to get back into the tie. Just when it looked like Brazil were heading towards another draw, on came Endrick. The Real Madrid recruit scored in the 96th minute to hand Brazil the win.

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Brazil Team News

Brazil’s lineup could feature some familiar faces from Real Madrid, with Eder Militao, Vinicius Junior, and Rodrygo expected to start after their Champions League triumph. Premier League stars Bruno Guimaraes,

Douglas Luiz, and Lucas Paqueta are also set to represent the Selecao, while Alisson is slated to start in goal due to Ederson’s unavailability from an eye injury. In attack, Raphinha is likely to be given a chance, and we might even see the young talent Endrick, potentially earning his fifth cap off the bench.

Brazil Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Alisson; Danilo, Militao, Marquinhos, Wendell; Guimaraes, Luiz; Raphinha, Paqueta, Vinicius; Rodrygo

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Mexico Team News

Mexico’s head coach Lozano is likely to shake things up from their recent match against Uruguay. Santiago Gimenez, who had a stellar season with Feyenoord, scoring 26 goals in 41 games, is expected to lead the attack.

Although Gimenez has only four goals in 26 international appearances, his recent club form has been impressive. Alexis Vega and Luis Romo are also anticipated to join the starting lineup, and West Ham’s Edson Alvarez should anchor the midfield.

Mexico Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Rangel; Garcia, Guzman, Orozco, Montes; Alvarez, Beltran; Romo, Vega, Huerta; Gimenez

Where to watch Brazil vs Mexico?

The international friendly between Mexico and Brazil will start at 6:30 a.m. IST on Sunday, June 9, at Kyle Field Stadium in Texas. Unfortunately, there will be no live broadcast or streaming of the match in India.

Viewers in the United States may watch the match live on TUDN USA, Univision, and Fox Deportes. Fubo, Fox Sports app/website, TUDN App, and ViX will also live stream the match.


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