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Brazil hammer Tanzania 5-1

06-08-2010 11:48 BJT Special Report: World Cup 2010 |

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FIFA world number one and constant World Cup favourites Brazil in action, their final warm-up ahead of the start of play in South Africa. Brazil taking on Tanzania in Dar es Salaam.

Brazil didn't take long to get on the scoreboard.

Brazil went ahead after 10 minutes when Kaka set up Robinho..he converts with the low strike into the bottom right corner.

The hosts created a couple of chances but Brazil rode out the storm and made it 2-0 when Robinho nodded home from close range after a cross from Michel Bastos.

Brazil, who face DPR Korea, Cote d'Ivoire and Portugal in their first-round group, extended their lead eight minutes after the restart when Ramires burst down the left to score. The great individual effort making it 3-0.

Kaka, who had a frustrating first season at Real Madrid, played well in this one...and netted his first international goal in nearly a year with header from in close. He played the full 90 minutes in an encouraging performance.

Tanzania notched a consolation effort 10 minutes later as Jabir Aziz headed in from close range.

Ramires made it 5-1 by nodding in a Daniel Alves cross in injury time. Brazil, looking solid as they head into the World Cup.

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source:

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