Sunday, October 14, 2007

October 14, 200716:45* (UTC-4)
Colombia 0–0 Brazil El Campin stadium, Bogota Referee: Carlos Amarilla
Ferreira 55’Castrillon 55’Ramirez 55’Grisales 55’Renteria 61’Garcia 81’Perea 81’Perea 90’+2′ Match Report 4′ Lucio 31′ Kaká 43′ César 60′ Gilberto 63′ Robinho 63′ Baptista 70′ Love 70′ Josué 84′ Kaká 84′ A. Alves

*Delayed 45 Minutes due to heavy rain

Colombia and Brazil opened their 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification campaign with a 0-0 draw.

Despite inexperienced squad, Colombia had most of the chances and Brazil became less of a threat as the game went on.

The match started 45 minutes late after a torrential downpour left the pitch temporarily unplayable. But the water drained away quickly.

Colombia pressed forward after for the majority of the game. However, they couldn’t take any of their chances and ended with a 0-0 scoreline.

Brazil could find themselves in trouble with an accumulation of yellow cards as 4 of their players picked up their 1st yellow cards.

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