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Sunday, 10 June 1984
CBF 75th Anniversary Celebration Match

Brazil 0 England 2 [0-1]
 

Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho, Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 56,126/65,000;
Kick-off: tbc BST
Second half live on ITV (UK) -
Commentator: Brian Moore

England - John Barnes (44), Mark Hateley (65) Match Summary
Brazil Squad
England Squad
 
Results 1980-1985

? kicked-off. ? minutes (? & ?).

 

Match Summary

Officials

Brazil

Type

England

Referee (-) - tbc
x (-).

Linesmen - tbc

  Goal Attempts  
  Attempts on Target  
  Hit Bar/Post  
  Corner Kicks Won  
  Offside Calls Against  
  Fouls Conceded  
  Possession  

Brazil Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 3rd to 5th
Colours: Made by Topper - Yellow crew necked jerseys with green collar/cuffs, pale blue shorts with white sides, white socks with green/yellow trim.
Capt: Zenon Manager:  
Brazil Lineup
1 Roberto Costa     G     GA
2 Leandro, off            
3 Ricardo            
4 Mozer            
5 Junior            
6 Pires            
7 Renato            
8 Zenon            
9 Roberto, off            
10 Assis            
11 Tato            
Brazil Substitutes
1 Wladimir, on for Leandro            
1 Renaldo, on for Roberto            

unused substitutes:

-
 
- -

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 5th to 3rd
Colours: The 1984 Umbro home jersey - White v-necked jersey with shadow pin-stripes, blue collar/cuffs with white/red trim and thin blue stripe along shoulder, white shorts, with red seams with white/blue trim, red socks with white Umbro diamond trim.
Capt: Bryan Robson, tenth captaincy Manager: Robert W. Robson, 51 (18 February 1933), appointed 7 July 1982,
21st match, W 10 - D 6 - L 5 - F 34 - A 13.
England Lineup
1 Shilton, Peter L. 34 18 September 1949 G Southampton FC 61 41 GA
2 Duxbury            
3 Sansom, Kenneth G. 25 26 September 1958 LB Arsenal FC 42 0
4 Wilkins, Raymond C. 27 14 September 1956 M Manchester United FC 60 3
5 Watson, David 22 20 November 1961 CD Norwich City FC 1 0
6 Fenwick, Terence W. 24 17 November 1959 CD Queen's Park Rangers FC 4 0
7 Robson, Bryan 27 11 January 1957 M Manchester United FC 34 9
8 Chamberlain            
9 Hateley, Mark W. 22 7 November 1961 CF Portsmouth FC 2 1
10 Woodcock, Anthony S., off 76th min. 28 6 December 1955 F Arsenal FC 34 13
11 Barnes            
England Substitutes
1? Allen, Clive D., on 76th min. for Woodcock 23 20 May 1961 F Queen's Park Rangers FC 1 0

unused substitutes:

-
 
4-2-4 -

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

    Match Report by Mike Payne

 

    Match Report by Norman Giller

John Barnes scored one of the all-time great England goals to inspire this remarkable victory over Brazil just a week after the team had been booed off at Wembley. Terry Fenwick and Mark Hateley combined to feed the ball out to Barnes on the left wing in the last minute of the first-half. He set off on a zig-zagging thirty-five-yard run, outsmarting four defenders on the way and then wrong-footing two outstanding players in Costa and Junior before virtually walking the ball into the net. It was  an incredible goal that had 'made-in-Brazil' written all over it, and it was such a confidence booster for England that they more than held their own in the second-half after Peter Shilton's brilliance had helped curb an attempted fight back by the Brazilians. It was Barnes who set up the second knock-out goal in the sixty-fifth minute when his cross to the far post was headed so powerfully by Mark Hateley that goalkeeper Roberto Costa could only help it across the line. Clive Allen came on for his debut in the seventy-sixth minute in place of the tiring Tony Woodcock, and with his first touch he almost set up a third goal for Bryan Robson, who sent the ball inches wide of a post. It was Brazil's first home defeat for more than a quarter of a century, and reward for Bobby Robson's courage in sticking to a 4-2-4 formation in the land where the system was born. Norwich centre-half Dave Watson won the first of his twelve caps in place of appendicitis-victim Graham Roberts. A delighted Bobby Robson said: 'You could live to be a hundred and not see a better goal that Barnsie scored. It was the sort of goal only Brazilians are supposed to score. Fantastic!'

Source Notes

TheFA.com
Original newspaper reports
Rothman's Yearbooks
Mike Payne's England: The Complete Post-War Record (Breedon Books Publishing Company, Derby, U.K., 1993)
Norman Giller
, Football Author

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CG