Friday, July 27, 2012

Men's Olympic Soccer: Thursday's Review, Reports, & Analyses

Japan forward Yuki Otsu scored in the first half in a 1-0 win over 10-man Spain on Thursday in men's Olympic soccer, hurting the Spaniards' chances of winning Group D. Gold-medal favorite Brazil scored three first-half goals then held on for a win in Group C. Moussa Konate scored late in the second half to lift Senegal into a tie against host Britain in Group A. South Korea wasted a number of scoring chances against Mexico as the two teams opened Group B soccer with a scoreless draw.

Great Britain 1 - 1 Senegal

Spain 0 - 1 Japan

Brazil 3 - 2 Egypt

UAE 1 - 2 Uruguay

Mexico 0 - 0 South Korea

Michael Cox: Five Conclusions

Grant Wahl: Three Thoughts

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