Brazil in the World Cup Finals, World Cup Reports, World Cup Squad.
World Cup Appearances:
Korea-Japan 2002 was Brazil's 17th appearance in the World Cup Finals. Brazil are the only
country to be an ever-present at the World Cup finals.
Best World Cup Performance:
Winning the trophy four times: Sweden 1958, Chile 1962, Mexico 1970 and USA 1994.
Brazil also went on to win the Korea-Japan
2002 World Cup.
Brazil vs Turkey
After coming from behind in their opening game, Brazil have proved
that they are still a class act and Turkey have shown the world that they lose their cool
when the going gets hot.
Brazil vs China
Brazil coasted to a comfortable 4-0 win against China that guaranteed
them a place in th Second Round.
Costa Rica vs Brazil
Brazil danced their way around Costa Rica to provide the world with a
samba feast of football.
Brazil vs Belgium (Second
Brazil were lucky not to go a goal down when Marc Wilmots scored what
looked like a legimate header for Belgium, in the 35th minute.
England vs Brazil
Even though he was sent off in the 57th minute, Ronaldinho created
Brazil's first goal and scored an excellent winner.
Brazil vs Turkey (Semi-final)
With Ronaldinho suspended, Ronaldo scored the only goal of the game,
to ensure Brazil a place in the 2002 World Cup Final.
Germany vs Brazil - 2002 World Cup Final
Brazil won the World Cup for a record 5th time but will have to
qualify for the next World Cup finals in Germany
Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol.
Confederaçao Brasileira de
1 Marcos (Palmeiras)
12 Dida (Corinthians)
22Rogério Ceni (Sao Paulo)
2 Cafu (AS Roma)
4 Roque Junior (AC Milan)
3 Lúcio (Bayer Leverkusen)
5 Edmílson (Olympique Lyon)
6 Roberto Carlos (Real Madrid)
13 Belletti (Sao Paulo)
14 Anderson Polga (Grêmio)
16 Junior (Parma)
7 Ricardinho (Corinthians)
8 Gilberto Silva (Atletico-MG)
10 Rivaldo (Barcelona)
15 Kléberson (Atletico Paranaense)
18 Vampeta (Corinthians)
19 Juninho Paulista (Flamengo da Gama)
23 Kaká (Sao Paulo)
9 Ronaldo (Inter Milan)
11 Ronaldinho (Paris St Germain)
17 Denilson (Real Betis)
20 Edilson (Cruzeiro)
21 Luizao (Grêmio)
Luiz Felipe Scolari.
Denmark, France, Senegal, Uruguay.
Paraguay, Slovenia, Spain,
Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Turkey.
South Korea, United States.
Korea First Round Matches.
Cameroon, Germany, Republic of Ireland,
Argentina, England, Nigeria, Sweden.
Croatia, Ecuador, Italy, Mexico.
Belgium, Japan, Russia, Tunisia.
Japan First Round Matches.
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