Today Brazil beat Spain with a score of 3-0 in the final of the Confederations Cup.
The game was played at the famous Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro and I am extremely happy to see that the supremacy of Spain as the soccer super power ended. Good riddance!
Italy could have also beaten Spain a few days ago in one of the semifinals but they were unfortunate. Oh well. Italia! Italia! Italia!
Today is a beautiful day indeed, with the soccer world balance restored to its rightful and harmonious state, with multiple teams rightfully contending to be on top.
It was a great game with 2 goals scored by Fred and 1 goal scored by Neymar and this shows that Brazil manages to combine 'steel and silk' with great precision to create a game fabric that can endure any type of pressure. This new Brazilian soccer fabric will come in handy at next year's World Cup, when teams such as Germany, Belgium, Italy, and Argentina will undoubtedly put some serious pressure on the hosts.