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Brazil vs Honduras, International Friendly: Neymar and Teammates Put On A Show in Miami [PHOTOS]

brazil team photo 600x397 Brazil vs Honduras, International Friendly: Neymar and Teammates Put On A Show in Miami [PHOTOS]

Brazil played Honduras last weekend in an international friendly in front of 71,124 people in Miami.

Brazil ended up winning the match 5-0 with goals by Bernard, Dante, Maicon, Willian and Hulk.

Watching this Brazilian side play up close is a spectacle. Their ability to play so many styles of play makes them incredible dangerous and unpredictable. Inch-perfect long ball passes from David Luiz and Neymar behind Honduras’s defense interspersed with attacking runs and possession football makes this Brazil team so difficult to break down. Whether any team next summer will be able to break apart this Brazil team is doubtful.

World Soccer Talk photographer Joshua Tomlinson was at the game. Here are some choice photographs:


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One Response to Brazil vs Honduras, International Friendly: Neymar and Teammates Put On A Show in Miami [PHOTOS]

  1. Marco says:

    No pics found!
    But i have to remenber that Honduras is a very weak team. In World Cup Brazil must face Germany, Spain, Argentina, Nederland… Not so easy!

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