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Spirited India lose 1-3 to favourites Brazil

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Already out of reckoning, hosts produced a spirited fight before going down 1-3 against favourites in their last match of the BRICS U-17 football tournament, here today.

took the lead as early as in the second minute of the match through Brenner Silva's powerful shot from outside the box at the Athletic Stadium here.



Down by a goal, Nicolai Adam's boys attacked with vigour and Komal Thatal scored the equaliser in the 19th minute with a curling shot from the lefdt flank.

India's rejuvenation was cut short when regained the lead in the 30th minute through Marcos Santos's strike.

A minute later, were denied a penalty when Komal was brought down inside the Brazilian box.

The Indian colts picked themselves up as the match progressed and at the half-way point trailed 1-2.

The game was largely contested in the midfield in the opening minutes of the second half.

In the 66th minute substitute Joysana Singh robbed off possession and burst onto goal. Joysana cut inside the box, but instead of shooting, he tried to find an onrushing Aman Chetri but before he could cause any damage the Brazilian defence cleared the ball away.

Ten minutes later, Joysana Singh gave the Brazilians a scare as his shot from outside the box went inches wide.

In the 82nd minute scored through Vinicius Oliviera to double their lead and wrap up the match.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Spirited India lose 1-3 to favourites Brazil

Already out of reckoning, hosts India produced a spirited fight before going down 1-3 against favourites Brazil in their last match of the BRICS U-17 football tournament, here today. Brazil took the lead as early as in the second minute of the match through Brenner Silva's powerful shot from outside the box at the Athletic Stadium here. Down by a goal, Nicolai Adam's boys attacked with vigour and Komal Thatal scored the equaliser in the 19th minute with a curling shot from the lefdt flank. India's rejuvenation was cut short when Brazil regained the lead in the 30th minute through Marcos Santos's strike. A minute later, India were denied a penalty when Komal was brought down inside the Brazilian box. The Indian colts picked themselves up as the match progressed and at the half-way point trailed Brazil 1-2. The game was largely contested in the midfield in the opening minutes of the second half. In the 66th minute substitute Joysana Singh robbed Brazil ... Already out of reckoning, hosts produced a spirited fight before going down 1-3 against favourites in their last match of the BRICS U-17 football tournament, here today.

took the lead as early as in the second minute of the match through Brenner Silva's powerful shot from outside the box at the Athletic Stadium here.

Down by a goal, Nicolai Adam's boys attacked with vigour and Komal Thatal scored the equaliser in the 19th minute with a curling shot from the lefdt flank.

India's rejuvenation was cut short when regained the lead in the 30th minute through Marcos Santos's strike.

A minute later, were denied a penalty when Komal was brought down inside the Brazilian box.

The Indian colts picked themselves up as the match progressed and at the half-way point trailed 1-2.

The game was largely contested in the midfield in the opening minutes of the second half.

In the 66th minute substitute Joysana Singh robbed off possession and burst onto goal. Joysana cut inside the box, but instead of shooting, he tried to find an onrushing Aman Chetri but before he could cause any damage the Brazilian defence cleared the ball away.

Ten minutes later, Joysana Singh gave the Brazilians a scare as his shot from outside the box went inches wide.

In the 82nd minute scored through Vinicius Oliviera to double their lead and wrap up the match.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Spirited India lose 1-3 to favourites Brazil

Already out of reckoning, hosts produced a spirited fight before going down 1-3 against favourites in their last match of the BRICS U-17 football tournament, here today.

took the lead as early as in the second minute of the match through Brenner Silva's powerful shot from outside the box at the Athletic Stadium here.

Down by a goal, Nicolai Adam's boys attacked with vigour and Komal Thatal scored the equaliser in the 19th minute with a curling shot from the lefdt flank.

India's rejuvenation was cut short when regained the lead in the 30th minute through Marcos Santos's strike.

A minute later, were denied a penalty when Komal was brought down inside the Brazilian box.

The Indian colts picked themselves up as the match progressed and at the half-way point trailed 1-2.

The game was largely contested in the midfield in the opening minutes of the second half.

In the 66th minute substitute Joysana Singh robbed off possession and burst onto goal. Joysana cut inside the box, but instead of shooting, he tried to find an onrushing Aman Chetri but before he could cause any damage the Brazilian defence cleared the ball away.

Ten minutes later, Joysana Singh gave the Brazilians a scare as his shot from outside the box went inches wide.

In the 82nd minute scored through Vinicius Oliviera to double their lead and wrap up the match.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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