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(CBC)   On the final day of Confederations Cup, can Uruguay finish the Cinderella story with a medal? Can Brazil make it three in a row or will powerhouse Spain capture their first? Italy/Uruguay @ 12 ET (ESPN2 and CBC), then Brazil/Spain @6 ET (ESPN & CBC)   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Confederations Cup, Spain, World Cup, Cinderella, Neymar, world championship, Uruguay  
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2013-06-30 08:01:42 PM  
Brazil was the better team today, no doubt. Well deserved win.
2013-06-30 08:56:04 PM  
This game actually reminds me of the 1998 World Cup final, where Brazil lost to the host nation 3-0, and also got to the final through a grueling semi decided with a shootout.
2013-06-30 09:42:50 PM  

VTGremlin: That is NOT a red card.

Why not?  He was the last man back, Neymar had clearly beaten him in a goal scoring position.  Pique's foot was elevated past where the ball would have been if it was on the ground at his foot.  He not only took away a goal scoring opportunity (at that point, with pique beat, Jo and Neymar were in 2 on 1), but it was also violent conduct.
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