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Sunday, 11 June 1995
Umbro Cup International Challenge Tournament, match six

England 1 Brazil 3 [1-0]

Wembley Stadium, Wembley, Brent, Greater London
Attendance: 67,318;
Kick-off: tbc BST
Live on Sky Sports (UK) -
Commentator: Martin Tyler

England - Graham Le Saux (-)
Brazil - Juninho Paulista (54), Ronaldo (61), Edmundo (76).
Match Summary
England Squad
Brazil Squad
England - Colin Cooper, David Batty.
Brazil -
Edmundo, Roberto Carlos.
Results 1990-1995

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Match Summary





Referee (white/black) - Pierluigi Pairetto
x (x), x, FIFA listed x.

Linesmen - Renato Picchio and Domenico Ramicone.

Reserve Official - Angelo Amendolia.

Teams presented to Dr. Joao Havelange, FIFA President.
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England Team



FIFA (16 May 1995) 21st
EFO ranking

ELO rating 12th to 16th
Colours: The 1994 Umbro away uniform - Wine collared shadowed diamond jersey with navy collar/white trim, wine shadowed shorts with navy hem, wine socks with navy tops.
Capt: David Platt, seventeenth captaincy Head coach: Terence Frederick Venables, 52 (6 January 1943), appointed 28 January 1994,
11th match, W 5 - D 5 - L 1 - F 16 - A 8, incl. one abandoned.
England Lineup
1 Flowers, Timothy D. 28 3 February 1967 G Blackburn Rovers FC 7 8 GA
12 Neville, Gary            
3 Le Saux, Graeme P. 26 17 October 1968 LB Blackburn Rovers FC 10 1
4 Batty, David, off 78th min.            
5 Scales, John, off 89th min.            
14 Pearce, Stuart            
7 Platt, David            
24 Cooper, Colin            
9 Shearer, Alan            
22 Sheringham, Edward, off 78th min.            
11 Anderton, Darren            
England Substitutes
6 Collymore, Stanley, on 78th min. for Sheringham            
19 Gascoigne, Paul, on 78th min. for Batty 28 27 May 1967 M SS Lazio SpA, Italy 32 6
2 Barton, Warren, on 89th min. for Scales            

unused substitutes:

16-Jamie Redknapp, 23-Ian Walker.
4-3-3 Flowers -
Pearce, Cooper, Scales
(Barton), Neville -
Le Saux, Batty
(Gascoigne), Platt -
(Collymore), Shearer, Anderton.


Age - Appearances/Goals - -


Brazil Team

Current World Champions Colours: Made by Umbro - Yellow v-neck collared jerseys with large CBF shadow and green collar/yellow trim, pale blue shorts, white socks with green/yellow trim.


FIFA (16 May 1995) 1st
EFO ranking

ELO rating 1st
Capt: Dunga Manager: Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo, 63 (9 August 1931), reappointed in 1994, having been in charge 1967-1974.
Brazil Lineup
1 Zetti 30 10 January 1965 G Sao Paulo FC   GA
2 Jorginho 30 17 August 1964 D Kashima Antorazu, Japan    
3 Aldair, off 89th min. 29 30 November 1965 D AS Roma SpA, Italy    
15 Marcio Santos 25 15 September 1969 D ACF Fiorentina SpA, Italy    
5 Cesar Sampaio 27 31 March 1968 M Yokohama Furyugerusu, Japan    
6 Roberto Carlos 22 10 April 1973 D SE Palmeiras    
7 Edmundo 24 2 April 1971 F CR do Flamengo    
8 Dunga 31 31 October 1963 M VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV, Germany    
9 Ronaldo, off 77th min. 18 18 September 1976 F Philips Sport Verniging NV, Netherlands    
10 Juninho Paulista, off 84th min. 22 22 February 1973 M FC Sao Paulo    
11 Zinho 27 17 June 1967 M Yokohama Furyugerusu, Japan    
Brazil Substitutes
21 Giovanni, on 77th min. for Ronaldo 23 4 February 1972 M Santos FC    
19 Leonardo, on 84th min. for Juninho Paulista 25 5 September 1969 D Kashima Antorazu, Japan    
4 Ronaldao, on 89th min. for Aldair 29 19 June 1965 D Shimizu Esuparusu, Japan    

unused substitutes:

12-Cafu, 13-Gilmar.

team notes:

Coach Mario Zagallo was in charge of Brazil against England in the 1970 World Cup Finals. He also played against England in the 1958 and the 1962 World Cup Finals.
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Age - Appearances/Goals - -


    Match Report by Mike Payne

    Match Report by Norman Giller

How ironic that the best performance to date by England under the Terry Venables banner coincided with the first defeat for the man dubbed 'El Tel' because of his experiences as manager of Barcelona. England were outstanding in the first-half, and at the peak of their power took the lead against the world champions when Graeme Le Saux scored with a crashing volley. Brazil pressed the accelerator in the second-half and in a purple patch scored three goals that left the England defenders breathless from chasing shadows.  But for an hour England had more than held their own against the best team in the world, and Venables took hope from the performance that he could make a proper challenge for the European championship when it was staged in England a year later.

Source Notes

Original newspaper reports
Official teamsheet
Matchday Programme
Rothman's Yearbooks
F.A. Yearbook
Norman Giller
, Football Author