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This Sunday, July 25, the Olympic Elephants hung Brazil (0-0) on the second day of the group stages of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic tournament, Nissan Stadium, Yokohama in Japan.

The first half was marked by the expulsion of the Brazilian defender in the 13th minute. The Ivorians largely dominated the first period without managing to materialize the many scoring chances.

Note that in the second half, the Brazilians, despite their numerical inferiority, stormed the Elephants camp and will get real scoring chances. In the 80th minute, Eboué Kouassi will receive a red card.

The last 10 minutes were very difficult for the Elephants who did not give up until the final whistle. Final score (0-0). The Elephants will face Germany for their third outing. A draw will suffice for the Elephants to advance to the next round. However, the Coach of the Olympic Elephants, Haidara Soualiho must absolutely review the attack because the Ivorian attackers are having a lot of difficulties to score goals.

In conclusion, Brazil are the defending champions and arrived in Japan with the same ambitions, to come away with the gold medal. Despite this noble ambition, the Seleção could not win in their second match against Côte d’Ivoire, a big surprise at these Olympic Games.

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