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Brazil vs Spain:Tokyo Olympic men’s soccer final Tips and Predictions(07/08/2021)

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The Tokyo Olympics men’s soccer team is about to stage a gold medal-winning battle between Brazil and Spain’s National Olympics.

The two teams are the favorites to win the championship and have not let their fans down in the end, which will undoubtedly be an exciting and powerful match.


Brazil is a soccer kingdom, the country that has won the most World Cups and advanced to the Olympic finals the most times.

However, Brazilian soccer has only won once in the history of the Olympic Games, and that was the Rio Olympics in 2016. Fighting at home they finally made a breakthrough and got the coveted gold medal, so will they be able to defend their title in the Tokyo Olympics?

In the semifinals, Brazil met with Mexico’s block. The two teams fought to a 0-0 draw in overtime and had to fight on penalties to determine the winner. Luck was on the side of Brazil’s national Olympic team, as no player missed four penalties, while Mexico conceded two penalties in the first two rounds. In the end, Brazil went through on penalties.

Brazil sent out a strong lineup, with several players playing in the top leagues on the front line, especially the core of the attack, Rishalisong. This year’s Olympics he scored 5 goals, leading the scorers’ list.

Meanwhile, the wingers Paulinho and Anthony are also not bad, and are the new stars that many giants are watching. There is even the legendary veteran Alves.

With such a lineup, Brazil is well deserved to reach the final. And Brazil’s overall state is good, both offensive and defensive ends have good play, so far on the loss of 3 goals. With Brazil’s current state, the gold medal is within reach for them.

Brazil vs Spain


The Spanish national Olympic team shoulders the hope of hitting the gold medal as a European team. The last six Olympic gold medals in men’s soccer have been won by American or African teams.

In the last Olympics, Germany made it to the final, but unfortunately finished as runner-up. The last time a European team won the gold medal was Spain in 1992. In this competition, Spain is eager to hit the second gold medal in the history of the team in soccer.

The Spanish National Olympic team has a total value of 560 million euros, with the best midfielder in the European Cup, Pedri, Real Madrid winger Asensio, and the 50 million euros left back Torres and other big names in the team.

Spain’s performance in this year’s Olympic Games is not so bright, and the ability to grasp scoring opportunities on the offensive end is relatively insufficient.

Spain was undefeated in the first 5 rounds of the tournament with 1 win and 4 draws in regular time, scoring 4 goals and conceding 3, a mediocre performance. The slow-cooked Spaniards did not find their form until they entered the knockout stage.

It is worth mentioning that the possession rate of Spain’s national team has exceeded 60% in the group stage so far. The team’s ability to control the field is excellent, but it has not converted many goals.

In the semifinal match against the Japanese national team, the team had 18 shots on goal, and only scored in overtime with Asensio’s long-range shot in front of the penalty area, finally reaching the final.

However, the midfielder Cebalius was already out of the game due to injury, and the strength of the midfield was seriously damaged.The statistics show that Spain’s back line is quite trustworthy, but the offensive side still needs to be considered.

Brazil vs Spain

Comprehensive Analysis

The two teams have not met in history.

Statistics of the recent 10 matches show that the Spanish national team won 3, drew 4, lost 3, scored 0.7 goals per game and conceded 0.8 goals per game. Brazil’s national team has 8 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, with an average of 2.7 goals scored and 0.8 goals conceded.

In terms of attacking power, the Brazilians are still slightly better than the others, while in terms of defense, they are evenly matched. it is difficult to find a winner in 90 minutes, with a maximum of 2 goals or less.

Prediction one:Spain +0.25@1.784

Prediction two:Total Goals under 2.5@1.44

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