The Samba Legion’s Cry Me a River followed.
Brazil lost 2-4 to Senegal in a friendly at the Estádio João Alvalade in Lisbon, Portugal, at 4 a.m. ET on Sept. 21.
Brazil’s lineup for the match included Richelson, Vinicius, Paqueta, Malcolm, Guimarães, Joelinton, Lucas, Marquinhos, Militão, Danila, and Ederson.
Senegal were Sarr-Dialo-Mane-Sis-Mendy-Gueye-Savalli-Koulibaly-Niakate-Jacobs-Didou.
Brazil opened the scoring in the 11th minute when Paqueta headed home a cross from Vinicius. Senegal looked to have conceded a penalty in the 15th minute, but it was overturned after video review.
The Senegalese recovered from the setback and equalized in the 25th minute when Diallo volleyed home after a cross. The first half ended 1-1.
The second half was Mane’s showtime. They took the lead six minutes into the second half when Mane’s cross found the foot of Marquinhos for an own goal.
Mane extended the lead to 3-1 10 minutes into the second half when he took advantage of a lapse in check by a Brazilian defender and curled a shot from the left side of the penalty box.
Brazil pulled within one 13 minutes into the second half when Marquinhos scored off a set piece. A back-and-forth battle ensued. 메이저사이트
It was Senegal who had the last laugh. A handball foul in stoppage time earned Senegal a penalty kick. Mane stepped up to take the spot kick and calmly finished to make it 4-2.
The match ended in defeat for Brazil.