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Wembley Stadium

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

kickoff at 19:30

International Friendly
Attendance: 87,453

England

Brazil
2
1

Wayne Rooney (26), Frank Lampard (60)
 
Fred (48)
     
     
     

Managers
View complete set Roy Hodgson
  Luiz Felipe Scolari

Players
 
ENGLAND
 
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 01  Joe Hart (G)
Cap number 28
Manchester City
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 02  Glen Johnson (D)
Cap number 45
Liverpool
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 03  Ashley Cole (D)
Cap number 100
Chelsea
 45
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 05  Gary Cahill (D)
Cap number 13
Chelsea
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 06  Chris Smalling (D)
Cap number 4
Manchester United
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 04  Steven Gerrard (Capt.) (M)
Cap number 101
Liverpool
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 08  Jack Wilshere (M)
Cap number 7
Arsenal
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 11  Tom Cleverley (M)
Cap number 7
Manchester United
 45
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 07  Theo Walcott (F)
Cap number 31
Arsenal
 76
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 09  Danny Welbeck (F)
Cap number 15
Manchester United
 61
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 10  Wayne Rooney (F)
Cap number 79
Manchester United
 26

Subs
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 14  Leighton Baines (D)
Cap number 14
Everton
 45
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 17  James Milner (M)
Cap number 35
Manchester City
 61
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 18  Frank Lampard (M)
Cap number 94
Chelsea
 45
 60
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 20  Aaron Lennon (M)
Cap number 21
Tottenham Hotspur
 76
BRAZIL
 
12Julio Cesar
2Daniel Alves
3David Luiz 78
4Dante
5Ramires 45
6Adriano Correia 68
7Oscar
8Paulinho 62
9Luis Fabiano 45
10Ronaldinho
11Neymar

Subs
19Fred 45 (48)
16Arouca 45
18da Silva Lucas 45
17Jean 62
13Filipe 68
15Miranda 78
2012 /13

Joe Hart saved a Ronaldinho penalty on 19 minutes.

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Rooney 27′: Lampard 60 - Fred 48′:
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6 February England 2 – 1 Brazil London, England [hide] 19:30 GMT Match 916 Rooney Goal 27' Lampard Goal 61' FA Report Fred Goal 48' Stadium: Wembley Attendance: 87,453 Referee: Pedro Proença (Portugal) England secured their first win over Brazil for 23 years as Frank Lampard's spectacular strike gave them victory at Wembley. Brazil returned to Wembley as part of the Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations - and played their full part in a highly entertaining friendly. Wayne Rooney steered England into a first-half lead with his 33rd goal for his country, after goalkeeper Joe Hart had earlier saved Ronaldinho's penalty. Fred punished Gary Cahill's mistake to put Brazil level just after the interval but Lampard, on as a half-time substitute for Tom Cleverley, gave Roy Hodgson's side a confidence-boosting win with a precisely curled effort from the edge of the area on the hour. England silence Samba Boys... at last John Barnes •England's win over Brazil was the first since 1990 when Gary Lineker's header earned a 1-0 victory at Wembley •It was also the first time England have scored two goals versus Brazil since 1984 when John Barnes (pictured) ran in a stunner and Mark Hateley followed up for a 2-0 win in the Maracana It completed a satisfying night's work for Hodgson and England as Ashley Cole won his 100th cap and Arsenal's Jack Wilshere delivered a display rich in promise as he started alongside captain Steven Gerrard in midfield for the first time. Arsenal's Wilshere, particularly in the first half, was outstanding on only his seventh England appearance and looked intent on making up for time lost with club and country after an ankle injury sidelined him for 15 months. England looked potent going forward with Rooney as the main point of the attack and Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck on the flanks, which will give Hodgson food for thought before the crucial World Cup qualifiers away to San Marino and Montenegro next month. Cole received a warm reception from England's supporters inside Wembley as he completed his century of international appearances. The visitors' own centurion, Ronaldinho, received a commemorative shirt from the Brazilian federation to mark his 100th cap - but he was unable to celebrate it with a goal as he missed a penalty after 19 minutes. The award of handball against Wilshere from Ronaldinho's cross appeared harsh, so a measure of justice was done as Hart saved his spot-kick then recovered superbly to scoop away the rebound. The hosts took advantage of Hart's good work to move into the lead eight minutes later. Wilshere was once again at the heart of it with a fine ball to release Walcott and when keeper Julio Cesar saved bravely at the Arsenal forward's feet, Rooney steered home the rebound in composed fashion from the edge of the area. Little had been seen of the much-celebrated Neymar and his first serious contribution was hardly distinguished as he steered Oscar's cross well over the top at the far post when he should have scored. England made two changes at half-time, sending on Lampard and Leighton Baines for Tom Cleverley and Cole, while Brazil replaced Ronaldinho, Ramires and Fabiano with Fred, Lucas and Arouca. The Brazilian changes reaped instant reward as Fred equalised three minutes after the restart. Cahill took the blame with a careless concession of possession that ended with Fred powering his finish past Hart. And he almost put Brazil ahead seconds later when Hart's poor clearance caused problems and the Fluminense striker glanced another effort off the bar. England's response, however, was in keeping with the rest of their performance and they were in front again on the hour. Julio Cesar had saved well from Cahill's header but he was helpless as Lampard's fine first-time shot from the edge of the area went in off the upright. Lineup, Bookings (0) & Substitutions (10) England 01 Hart 02 Johnson 03 Cole (Baines - 46' ) 05 Cahill 06 Smalling 04 Gerrard 07 Walcott (Lennon - 75' ) 08 Wilshere 11 Cleverley (Lampard - 46' ) 09 Welbeck (Milner - 61' ) 10 Rooney Substitutes 13 Butland 12 Walker 14 Baines 15 Jagielka 16 Lescott 17 Milner 18 Lampard 19 Osman 20 Lennon 21 Oxlade-Chamberlain Brazil 01 Julio Cesar 02 Alves 03 Luiz (Miranda - 78' ) 04 Dante 06 Adriano Correia (Filipe - 69' ) 05 Ramires (Arouca - 46' ) 07 Oscar 08 Paulinho (Jean - 62' ) 10 Ronaldinho (da Silva Lucas - 46' ) 09 Luis Fabiano (Fred - 46' ) 11 Neymar Substitutes 22 Diego Alves 13 Filipe 14 Da Silva Leandro Castan 15 Miranda 16 Arouca 17 Jean 18 da Silva Lucas 19 Fred 20 Hulk Ref: Proenca Att: 87,453
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Goal scorers...................................Wayne Rooney & Frank Lampard for England. Fred for Brazil. Ronaldiniho misses first half penalty (saved by Joe Hart) with the score on 0-0
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ENGLAND TEAM - JOE HART,GLEN JOHNSON,GARY CAHILL,CHRIS SMALLING,ASHLEY COLE(LEIGHTON BAINES),JACK WILSHERE,STEVEN GERRARD,THEO WALCOTT(AARON LENNON),WAYNE ROONEY 1,TOM CLEVERLEY(FRANK LAMPARD 1),DANNY WELBECK(JAMES MILNER) BRAZIL TEAM - JULIO CESAR,DANI ALVES,DANTE,DAVID LUIZ(MIRANDA),ADRIANO,RAMIRES(AROUCA),PAULINHO(JEAN),OSCAR,NEYMAR,RONALDINHO(LUCAS MOURA),LUIS FABIANO(FRED 1)
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Ashley Cole's 100th cap. Goals Rooney27, Lampard 60, Fred 48 Joe hart saved penalty from Ronaldinho
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