History of clashes between Spain-Italy and Brazil-Uruguay

History of clashes between Spain-Italy and Brazil-Uruguay

Spain-Italy and Brazil-Uruguay. No more. The semifinals of the Confederations Cup bring four world champions who have in their showcases up to 12 world. Best players, the most technical, the most tactical, the most talented or the best scorers meet in two dog-face matches that are two rivalries of the highest level.

One for historical reasons and for the flavor of a rematch that will never end as closed. Another not only for history, but also due to geographical proximity, the point is that both parties promise tense encounters, hard and disputed, highly disputed. As a tribute and prior, go here the precedents of the two semifinals:

The image of the Spain-Italy clashes.
The image of the Spain-Italy clashes.

Spain Italy:

They have faced each other in 31 occasions, with ten Italian and nine Spanish victories, the last one in the final of the last Eurocopa where Spain broke the curse that made it take 82 years without winning in an official match “absolute” (yes he did at the Sydney Games 2000) to the azurri. Tassoti's elbow to Luis Enrique, the famous party of the 34 with arbitration scandal, the penalties of the Euro 2008. There have always been many encounters with the same employer: dominates Spain, Strike Back Italy.

source Wikipedia:

Competition PJ G.ESP E G.ITA Goal ESP Gol ITA
Euro 5 1 3 1 5 2
world 3 0 1 2 2 4
Olympic Games 4 1 1 2 4 9
friendly 19 7 7 5 23 24
Summary 31 9 12 10 34 39

 

Brazil-Uruguay:

In memory an encounter, the one at the end of the 50 in which Uruguay gave the Maracanazo depriving Brazil of its first world championship. Along its history, 68 clashes with 20 heavenly victories, 29 Brazilian and 20 draws. Both teams have only won three away wins. The “canarinha” it's more technical, have better players. Uruguay has more goal, bigger hit and dominates the other football like no other.

Precedents:
12/07/1916 Buenos Aires:__ Uruguay 2 x 1 Brazil (Isabelino Gradín and José Tognola) x (Arthur Friedenreich)
07/10/1917 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 4 x 0 Brazil (Hector Scarone, Roman Angel 2 and Carlos Scarone)
26/05/1919 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 2 x 2 Brazil (Isabelino Gradín and Carlos Scarone) x (Something 2)
29/05/1919 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 0 x 1 Brazil (Arthur Friedenreich)
18/09/1920 Valparaiso:____ Uruguay 6 x 0 Brazil (Roman Angel 3, Antonio Urdinarán (p), José Pérez and Antonio Campolo)
23/10/1921 Buenos Aires:__ Uruguay 2 x 1 Brazil (Roman Angel 2) x (Zeze I)
01/10/1922 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 0 x 0 Brazil
25/11/1923 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 2 x 1 Brazil (Pedro Petrone and José P. The) x (Nile)
19/01/1937 Buenos Aires:__ Uruguay 2 x 3 Brazil (According to Villadóniga and Juan E. Píriz) x (Bay, Niginho and Carvalho)
24/01/1942 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 1 x 0 Brazil (Severino Varela)
07/02/1945 Santiago:______ Uruguay 0 x 3 Brazil (Heleno 2 and Rui)
23/01/1946 Buenos Aires:__ Uruguay 3 x 4 Brazil (José M. Medina 2 and José A. Vazquez) x (Jair 2, Heleno and Chico)
30/04/1949 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 1 x 5 Brazil (Ramon Castro) x (Jair 2, Danilo Alvim, Tesourinho y Zizinho)
16/07/1950 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 2 x 1 Brazil (Juan A. Schiaffino and Alcídes E. Ghiggia) x (Albino Friaca)
15/03/1953 Lima:__________ Uruguay 0 x 1 Brazil (Ipojucan)
10/02/1956 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 0 x 0 Brazil
28/03/1957 Lima:__________ Uruguay 3 x 2 Brazil (Luis Campero 2 y Javier Ambrois) x (Evaristo and Didí)
26/03/1959 Buenos Aires:__ Uruguay 1 x 3 Brazil (Guillermo Escalada) x (Paulo Valentine 3)
12/12/1959 Guayaquil:_____ Uruguay 3 x 0 Brazil (Guillermo Escalada, Mario Bergara and José Sasía)
17/06/1970 Guadalajara:___ Uruguay 1 x 3 Brazil (Luis Cubilla) x (Clodoaldo, Jairzinho y Rivelino)
10/01/1981 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 2 x 1 Brazil (Jorge Barrios and Waldemar Victorino) x (Socrates)
27/10/1983 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 2 x 0 Brazil (Enzo Francéscoli and Víctor Diogo)
04/11/1983 Salvador:______ Uruguay 1 x 1 Brazil (Carlos Aguilera) x (Jorginho)
16/07/1989 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 0 x 1 Brazil (Romario)
11/07/1991 Viña del Mar:__ Uruguay 1 x 1 Brazil (Peter Méndez) x (Joao Paulo)
15/08/1993 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 1 x 1 Brazil (Daniel Fonseca) x (Marcio Santos)
19/09/1993 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 0 x 2 Brazil (Romario 2)
23/07/1995 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 1 x 1 Brazil (Pablo Bengoechea) x (Tulio)
18/07/1999 Assumption:______ Uruguay 0 x 3 Brazil (Rivaldo 2 and Ronaldo)
28/06/2000 Rio de Janeiro: Uruguay 1 x 1 Brazil (Dario Silva) x (Rivaldo (p))
01/07/2001 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 1 x 0 Brazil (Federico Magallanes (p))
19/11/2003 Curitiba:______ Uruguay 3 x 3 Brazil (Diego Forlan 2 and Alvaro Recoba) x (Kaka and Ronaldo 2)
21/07/2004 Lima:__________ Uruguay 1 x 1 Brazil (Marcelo Sosa) x (Adriano)
30/03/2005 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 1 x 1 Brazil (Diego Forlan) x (Emerson)
10/07/2007 Maracaibo:_____ Uruguay 2 x 2 Brazil (Diego Forlán and Sebastián Abreu) x (Maicon and Julio Baptista)
21/11/2007 Saint Paul:_____ Uruguay 1 x 2 Brazil (Sebastian Abreu) x (Luis Fabiano 2)
06/06/2009 Montevideo:____ Uruguay 0 x 4 Brazil (Daniel Alves, Juan, Luis Fabiano, Kaka)

The Maracanazo marked the second World Cup in Uruguay.
The Maracanazo marked the second World Cup in Uruguay.
Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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