LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Brazil vs. Honduras 2012 will battle in the Olympics quarterfinals, fans learned moment ago. Brazil vs. Honduras 2012 is the first Olympics London quarterfinals games now confirmed for men’s soccer. The news followed the outcome of the Japan vs. Honduras soccer game moments ago and the win by Brazil earlier today in its match Brazil vs. New Zealand
Earlier Wednesday, Brazil became the first country to advance to the quarterfinals after its stunning defeat of New Zealand. Wednesday’s match of Brazil vs. New Zealand ended with a scoreless defeat for the New Zealand. The game live before fans in Newcastle at St James’ Park will be broadcasted later on television today.
During the tense match, New Zealand fell to Brazil after three well-executed goals by the Brazilians, all delivered early in the match. Danilo impressed news with a goal at the twenty-three minute mark. Six minutes later, Damiao scored as well. Sandro finished the match with strong strike at the fifty-two minute mark.
The win by Brazil put the country as the winner of Group C with nine points. Also advancing in second place in Group C today was Egypt with four points. Egypt vs. Belarus 2012 ended with a strong 3-1 win by the Egyptians. They delivered two of their goals late in play with Mohsen and Aboutrika scoring at the seventy-three and seventy-nine minute marks, respectively.
Brazil vs. Honduras 2012 will be played August 4, 20112 at St James Park in Newcastle at 17:00 local time. Honduras, in turn, advanced today after its match against fellow Group D country Japan. Japan vs. Honduras 2012 ended with a scoreless draw. As a result, Japan qualified first in Group D heading in the quarterfinals, with Honduras ranked second in the group.