The protagonist of the match was Ricardo Oliveira, who scored with canarinha 10 years after
Do you remember Ricardo Oliveira? A Brazilian striker who played for Betis and Zaragoza in the beginning of 2000's? Well he is still played and aged 35 this morning he was one of the scorers for Brazil in the win versus Venezuela (3-1) in the qualifying match for 2015 World Cup. He had not scored for canarinha for years. He played in the United Arab Emirates and now he has come back to his country.
Canarinha have many problems to find talented strikers and Dunga had to call Ricardo Oliveira, who is doing a great season in Santos with 30 goals in 54 matches. Fred or Tardelli convinced the manager and Neymar's absence had increased the problems.
Regarding the match, Barcelona player Dani Alves played 90 minutes. Willian scored the other goals of the victory. After two rounds of qualification, Brazil is 5th with 3 points.
VIDEO. Oliveira's goal with Brazil
VIDEO. Oliveira's previous goal with Brazil in 2005
O último gol do Ricardo Oliveira pela Seleção tinha sido num... 7-1: sobre Hong Kong, em fevereiro de 2005. É... pic.twitter.com/rio4HqllCQ— Non Sense Football (@NSenseFootball) October 14, 2015