The action in the stadiums of Brazil became compelling by midweek, but the protests in the streets kept on swelling.
Neymar, the home nation’s hero, turned in another of his quixotic performances Wednesday in a 2-0 victory over Mexico in the steamy heat of Fortaleza in the Confederations Cup. He scored with a masterful volley but he disappeared for long spells. Toward the end, he dashed between two Mexican defenders, fooled them with his footwork and laid down the second goal to be scored by Jo. ...
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Kicking Back Comments: An excellent article worth reading.
I suspect the Boo's will grow even louder before the Confederations Cup completeness.
I would say that FIFA has a real security problem on its hands ... but as we know, FIFA washes its hands of all issues of the type and relies on the host country for matters such as this.