Brazil vs. Switzerland Match Report – Wednesday June 28, 1950

FIFA World Cup (Group stage)
Brazil
2
Manager: Flavio Costa
Switzerland
2
Manager: Franco Andreoli
Wednesday June 28, 1950, 15:00 (venue time)
FIFA World Cup (Group stage)
Brazil vs. Switzerland Historical Head-to-Head
 
Attendance: 42,032
Venue: Pacaembu, Sao Paulo (Neutral Site)
Officials: Ramon Azon Roma (Referee) · Sergio Bustamante (AR1) · Cayetano De Nicola (AR2)
Alfredo II · 3’
Baltazar · 32’
Jacques Fatton · 17’
Jacques Fatton · 88’

Match Summary

Kick Off
 3’
1:0
 — Goal 1:0
 17’
1:1
 — Goal 1:1
 32’
2:1
 — Goal 2:1
Half Time
 88’
2:2
 — Goal 2:2

Team Stats

Cards

Brazil Player Stats

Brazil Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
AdemirFW27-2329000000
Juvenal AmarijoDF26-2139000000
BaltazarFW24-1659010000
Moacir Barbosa NascimentoGK29-0939000000
BauerMF24-2199000000
Rui CamposDF,MF28-1469000000
Augusto da CostaDF29-2499000000
Alfredo Eduardo Barreto de Freitas NoronhaDF,MF31-2769000000
FriaçaFW25-2519000000
Alfredo IIMF30-1789010000
ManecaFW24-1519000000
11 Players99020000

Brazil Goalkeeper Stats

Brazil Goalkeeper Stats Table
Shot Stopping
Player Age Min SoTA GA Saves Save%
Moacir Barbosa Nascimento29-09390

Switzerland Player Stats

Switzerland Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
René BaderFW27-3259000000
Alfred BickelFW32-0479000000
Roger BocquetDF,FW29-0809000000
Oliver EggimannMF31-1519000000
Jacques FattonFW24-1919020000
Hans-Peter FriedländerFW29-2349000000
Gerhard LusentiDF,FW29-0659000000
André NeuryDF28-2989000000
Roger QuincheDF,MF27-3419000000
Georges StuberGK25-0489000000
Jean TaminiFW30-2019000000
11 Players99020000

Switzerland Goalkeeper Stats

Switzerland Goalkeeper Stats Table
Shot Stopping
Player Age Min SoTA GA Saves Save%
Georges Stuber25-04890

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