Brazil started the game with two corners within 2 minutes. D. Alves saw his shot saved on 6’, Nilmar hit the post on 30’ – a great save by Eduardo. On 38’, Luis Fabiano just missed with his powerful header. Portugal spent most of the first half behind the ball, looking for a lucky break.
Simao Sabrosa had a shot saved on 58’; Ramires on 90’. The (lack of) commentary here speaks for itself.
Brazil: Julio Cesar, Maicon, Lucio, Juan, Felipe Melo (Josué), M. Bastos, G. Silva, L. Fabiano (Grafite), D. Alves, J. Baptista (Ramires), Nilmar
Portugal: Eduardo, Bruno Alves, Duda (Simão Sabrosa), Ricardo Carvalho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Danny, Pepe (P. Mendes), R. Meireles (Veloso), Tiago, R. Costa, Fabio Coentrao
In recent years, genetics has become a cutting-edge science, not only in the professional field of biology, but also because of the enormous social reach of its discoveries and approaches. Not in vain, practically every day the press offers us the discovery of a new gene, a new hereditary determinant directly involved in the manifestation of diseases or physical characteristics.
On December 14, President Putin holds his annual Q&A session with Russian and foreign journalists. This conference is considered to be the beginning of his presidential campaign