Brazil vs Colombia Fight Video After Match | 2015 Copa America

Brazil vs Colombia Fight Video After Match | 2015 Copa America

The Copa America 2015 featured the bad tempered group stage match in group C on Wednesday night. As expected, it would be the toughest tight match for both Colombia and Brazil in which Colombian players hold the nerve and managed to win the match in the end with a score line of 1-0. Jeison Murillo was the star for Los Cafeteros as he scored the goal in the 36th minute of the match. After the end of the match, these were terrible and shameful for the football fans as Brazil captain Neymar and Carlos Bacca of Colombian fought each other. Both were red carded for a fiery incident following the final whistle. Watch out here the Brazil vs Colombia Copa America 2015 Fight Video after match.

Brazil vs Colombia 2015 Copa America Fight Video After Match

Brazil vs Colombia 2015 Copa America Fight Video After Match

Brazil vs Colombia Fight Video After Match | 2015 Copa America

Watch the Brazil vs Colombia 2015 Copa America fight video after the ending of the match. The red card were given to both Neymar and Carlos Bacca for a fiery incident.

The last year World Cup Quarter finalists teams, Brazil and Colombia once again met in the Group C game at Santiago. In the 2014 World Quarterfinal match, Brazil defeated Colombia 2-1. But this time the result is different as Colombia win 1-0 over Brazil in the Group C encounter.

Brazil surprise defeat by Colombia ended in shameful scenes as their captain Neymar was sent off after end of the match. The incident started when Neymar blasted the ball at Pablo Armero before landing a headbutt on Goalscorer Jeison Murillo. That results, Carlos Bacca got involved with Neymar for this incident and shove Neymar in the back.

Both sets of players continued to clash as officials and peacemakers from both sides to cool down the matter between Brazil and Colombian players.

Since 1991, it is Brazil first loss to Colombia. Now both teams are standing with 2nd and 3rd position behind the Venezuela.

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