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March 16, 1986-Hungary 3-Brazil 0

March 16, 1986
Hungary 3-Brazil 0
Venue: Budapest – Nepstadion
Attendance: 70,000
Referee: Franz Wöhrer (Austria)
Goalscorers: (Hungary): Detari 5, Kalman Kovacs 60, Esterhazy 73
 (Brazil): None
1-Peter Disztl (Videoton Sport Club- Székesfehérvári) [13 caps / 0 goals]    
2-Sandor Sallai (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület) [31 caps / 0 goals]    
3-Joszef Kardos (Újpesti Dózsa Sport Club- Budapest) [27 caps / 3 goals]    
6-Imre Garaba (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület) [53 caps / 3 goals]    (12-Joszef Csuhay (Videoton Sport Club- Székesfehérvári) [9 caps / 0 goals]  66)
4-Joszef Varga (Denizlispor Kulübü / Turkey) [29 caps / 1 goals]    
5-Peter Hannich (Raba Eto Gyor)  [23 caps / 2 goals]    
8-Antal Nagy (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület) [25 caps / 2 goals]    
10-Lajos Detari (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület) [17 caps / 5 goals]    
7-Jozsef  Kiprich  (Tatabányai Bányász Sport Club) [14 caps / 5 goals]     (17-Kalman Kovacs (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület) [8 caps / 3 goals]  46)
9-Gyorgy Bognar (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre )-VM (Voros Meteor) -Budapest) [7 caps / 1 goals]    (14-Gyozo Burcsa (Association de la Jeunesse Auxerroise / France) [11 caps / 3 goals]  9)
11-Marton Esterhazy (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)- Athina / Greece) [21 caps / 10 goals]    

Coach: Gyorgy Mezzey

Team Captain: Antal Nagy
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Green Socks

Photo from: Onze, Hors Serie 27

1- Emerson Leão (Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras- São Paulo) [80 caps / 0 goals]    
Édson Boaro (Sport Club Corinthians Paulista- São Paulo) [14 caps / 0 goals]    
José ‘OscarBernardi (São Paulo Futebol Clube- São Paulo) [63 caps / 0 goals]    
José Carlos Nepomuceno ‘Mozer’ (Clube de Regatas Flamengo- Rio de Janeiro) [20 caps / 0 goals]    
6-Marco Aurélio Morais dos Santos ’Dida’ (Coritiba Futebol Clube -Curitiba)
[2 caps / 0 goals]    
Elzo’ Aloísio Coelho (Clube Atlético Mineiro- Belo Horizonte)  [1 caps / 0 goals]    
Ricardo Rogério de Brito Alemão’ (Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas- Rio de Janeiro) [10 caps / 3 goals]    
Paulo ‘Silas’ do Prado Pereira (São Paulo Futebol Clube- São Paulo)   [1 caps / 0 goals]    
Renato Portaluppi  ‘Renato Gaúcho’  (Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense)  [14 caps / 1 goals]       
Wálter ‘Casagrande’ Júnior (Sport Club Corinthians Paulista- São Paulo) [11 caps / 4 goals]    
11-‘Sidney’ (São Paulo Futebol Clube-
São Paulo) [2 caps / 0 goals]     (16-Luís Antônio Corrêa da Costa ‘Müller’  (São Paulo Futebol Clube- São Paulo)  [2 caps / 0 goals]   65)

Coach: Telê Santana da Silva

Team Captain: José ‘OscarBernardi

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Topper

Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Blue Shorts ,White Socks

Other Substitutes:
Carlos’ Roberto Gallo (Sport Club Corinthians Paulista- São Paulo)
Paulo Victor Barbosa de Carvalho  ‘Paulo Víctor’ (Fluminense Football Club- Rio de Janeiro)  
Cláudio Ibrahim Vaz Leal ‘Branco’ (Fluminense Football Club- Rio de Janeiro)  
Mario Jose dos Reis Emiliano ‘Marinho’ (Bangu Futebol Clube- Rio de Janeiro
ÉderAleixo de Assis (Clube Atlético Mineiro- Belo Horizonte)  
Mauro Geraldo Galvão Mauro Galvão’ (Sport Club Internacional- Porto Alegre)

Photo from: Onze, April 1986

-Match number 597 for Hungary and number 481 for Brazil.

-This was only the 5th meeting between the nations.

- The previous match between the nations was a Friendly on July 21, 1971 in Rio that ended in a scoreless tie.

-The next match between the nations, as well as the next in Budapest and the last to date, would be a friendly on  April 28, 2004 won 4-1 by Brazil.

-Brazil had not defeated Hungary since November 21, 1965, when they won a friendly 5-3 in São Paulo.

Photo from: Onze, April 1986

-Hungary’s previous victory over Brazil was on July 15, 1966 when they defetaed Brazil 3-1 during the World Cup in Liverpool, England.

-This was Brazil’s first match on Hungarian soil. All previous matches had been in Brazil or Neutral (1954 and 1966 World Cup matches).

-Brazil played West Germany four days before on March 12 as their first match of the European Tour and lost 0-2 in Frankfurt.

-Tele Santana had been opposed to this European tour during the cold European winter and had vetoed it. However, such was the outcry by the West Germans and the threat of $175,000 fine that Brazil had no choice but to participate.
Santana was successful in canceling the match vs. Wales that had also been one of the original opponents on this tour.

-There was such hype for Brazil’s visit that Hungarian Federation had received 300,000 demands for tickets.

Photo from: Onze, April 1986

-This was Brazil’s heaviest defeat since losing to Belgium 1-5 on April 24, 1963.
Their next worst defeat would be on July 3, 1987 vs. Chile (0-4 loss) during Copa America.

-The last time Brazil had conceded three goals was on June 22, 1983 vs. Sweden (3-3 tie).

-France manager Henri Michel and Spain manager Miguel Munoz watched the match from the stands.

-Brazil’s unused substitute Eder, one of the stars of 1982 World Cup, would be sent off, in a friendly vs. Peru in April, for hitting an opponent.
He was excluded from Brazil’s World Cup squad.

-Tele Santana became the second Brazil manager to manage in two consecutive World Cups (1982,1986). Mario Zagallo led Brazil in 1970 and 1974.

Photo from: Onze, April 1986

-Hungarian star Tibor Nylasi missed this match through injury.

-Hungary’s Antal Roth missed this match through injury. Kardos took his spot in the lineup.

-Brazil’s Zico and Leandro missed this tour through injury.

-Brazil captain Socrates missed this match through injury. Some claimed it was a diplomatic injury, as there may have been words exchanged between him and Santana that led to his exclusion.

-Brazil’s Luis Muller who played vs. West Germany four days before, did not start this match. Renato took his place. Muller did however come on as a substitute.

-This was Elzo and Silas’ first caps for Brazil. Dida, Sidney and Muller had earned their first caps just four days prior vs. West Germany.

-Brazil’s Roberto Paulo Falcao who played vs. West Germany four days before was overlooked for this match; Elzo took his place.

Photo from: Onze, April 1986

-Brazil’s Walter Casagrande who played vs. West Germany four days before as a midfielder played as a striker for this match. Taking Careca’s place from the West Germany match.  Careca was overlooked for this match.

-This was one of the worst displays by a Brazilian national team, who were not match fit and clearly unaccustomed to the cold, as well as missing many experienced players.

-This was the last Hungarian team that has qualified for the finals of a major tournament. The loss vs. USSR (0-6) during the World Cup that year started their two decades long decline.
They had qualified impressively from a group containing Austria and Holland and played well in the friendlies prior to the tournament. Much was expected of them but they performed horribly in the World Cup by losing heavily to USSR and France.

-Gyorgy Mezzey who had been appointed Hungary manager in 1983, resigned after the World Cup Finals later in the year. He subsequently managed Hungary again for a few matches in 1988.

-Both Emerson Leão (2000-01) and Falcao (1990-91) managed Brazil.  

-Elzo and Mozer later became teammates at Benfica.

-Alemao. Silas, Renato, Casagrande and Muller eventually signed for Italian clubs, as did Hungary’s Detari.

-Prior to this tour, Brazil had not played since the World Cup Qualifiers the previous June, almost nine months of inactivity.

-This was Hungary’s first match vs. South American opposition since losing 1-4 to Argentina during 1982 World Cup.

-Hungary’s Varga, Burcsa and Esterhazy were the only foreign-based players on either team.

-Emerson Leao’s first cap since 1983, he would play one more match for Brazil on April 30th vs., Yugoslavia.

-Second and Final cap for Brazil’s Sidney. Sidney was dismissed from Brazil’s world Cup squad after training without permission while recovering from injury.

-Hungary’s Gyorgy Bognar was injured and substituted in the 9th minute by Burcsa.

-Brazil’s squad was entirely made up of home based players.
Italian based Brazilian players Cerezo, Edinho, Dirceu and Junior were not authorized by their clubs to participate on thei tour.

-The original Brazil squad traveling for this European Tour consisted of:
Goalkeepers:  Carlos’ (Corinthians), ‘Paulo Víctor’ (Fluminense) , Emerson Leão (Palmeiras),  ‘Gilmar’ (São Paulo)
Defenders: ‘Édson (Corinthians), Oscar (São Paulo), ’Júlio César’ (Guarani) ‘Mozer’ (Flamengo) ,’Dida’ (Coritiba),  ‘Branco’ (Fluminense),Mauro Galvão’ (Internacional)

Midfielders/Strikers: Falcão  (São Paulo), ’Sócrates (Flamengo), Elzo’ (Atlético Mineiro), Alemão’ (Botafogo), ‘Silas’ (São Paulo), ‘Müller’  (São Paulo), ‘Marinho’ (Bangu), ‘Renato Gaúcho’  (Grêmio) , Careca’ (São Paulo) ,‘Casagrande’  (Corinthians), ’Éder(Atlético Mineiro)  ,‘Sidney’ (São Paulo)

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