Brazil staged an impressive comeback to secure a thrilling 3-3 draw against Spain in a friendly match. The action-packed game saw both teams fiercely contesting at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.

The match started with Spain’s Rodri scoring from a penalty in the 12th minute, followed by Dani Olmo extending their lead with a superb individual effort. Brazil clawed back into the game before halftime when Rodrygo capitalized on a mistake by Spain’s goalkeeper.

In the second half, Brazil’s substitute Endrick quickly made an impact, equalizing the score just five minutes after coming on. However, Spain regained the lead with Rodri’s second penalty, seemingly sealing the win. But Brazil refused to give up, earning a penalty in stoppage time, which Lucas Paqueta converted to level the score.

The game, aimed at raising awareness against racism following incidents targeting players like Vinicius Junior, showcased intense competition between the football giants. Despite experimental line-ups and tactical shifts, both teams displayed their prowess on the field.

The match, which ended in a thrilling draw, left fans on the edge of their seats and highlighted the competitive spirit of both nations in football.

With AFP

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