The mesmerising Neymar has dazzled throughout the Olympics, and scored his third goal of the tournament in Brazil’s quarter-final win over Honduras (Image | bauleo.com)

Champions. That is the first word that comes to mind when one sees the Brazilian Olympics team play football. Exceptional skill, amazing ball control and strikers with potential of becoming the best players in the world, one only expects that this team will be the one who will win the gold medal.

Brazil have so far scored an impressive 12 goals – good for an average of three per game – and have just an average of a goal against per game. Oscar is currently Brazil’s best player with one goal and four assists, while Leandro Damiao is top scorer with four goals.

Continue reading

Advertisements