Brazil have defended their Olympic men’s football title following a dramatic extra-time victory over Spain at the Nissan Stadium on Saturday evening.
The Selecao made perfect start to the game as they handed a penalty, which was missed by Everton forward Richarlison before hit the crossbar.
Several minutes later, Santos Carneiro Da Cunha, put Brazil ahead with a lovely finish as half-time ended 1-0.
Mikel Oyarzabal, then, delivered a volley for Spain to ruled out Matheus Cunha’s opener in the second half.
Both side’s unable to broken the deadlock as match heading into extra-time, before substitute Malcom raced in behind and slotted home the winner after 108 minutes to hand Brazil the gold medal.