Brazil coach conceded that his players were a bit nervous after conceding first goal

Players of Brazil and New Zealand in action during the practice match held at Andheri sport complex, Andheri west. Express photo by Kevin DSouza, Mumbai 28-09-2017.
Vastavam web: A dominant Brazil made a strong statement of their top title contender status with a 2-1 victory over Spain in a Group D marquee clash of the FIFA U-17 World Cup here today.In a much-anticipated encounter in front of a sell-out crowd, Spain made a flying start and took the lead in the fifth minute through an own goal by Brazil defender Wesley, but soon lost the plot as the Brazilians turned the table on them.The absence of Vinicius Junior was not felt as Brazil’s attacking trio of Lincoln, Paulinho and Brenner played better than their Spanish counterparts. Alan and Marcos Antonio gave the trio enough support.
Spain, who had five players from the famous La Masia academy and four from Real Madrid academy, were hit hard by the high humidity of Kochi while the Brazilians were able to cope with the situation as they had been in India for more than 10 days.Spain began the match brightly, pressing hard in the attacking third and drew the first blood in the fifth minute.Ferran Torres got the better of his marker at the right flank and sent an inch-perfect low cross for Mohammed Moukhliss to send the ball in the direction of the post.
The last touch, however, was that of Wesley and an own goal was awarded against his name.It was a matter of time before Brazil restored parity as Paulinho, Lincoln and Brenner began to have clear looks at the Spain goal which fell in the 25th minute.A brilliant grounded cross from the left by Brenner found Lincoln in the perfect position inside the box and he slotted the ball home in his second attempt.Then, in the 34th minute, Spain defender Mateu Jaume was taken off due to dehydration and was replaced by Victor Perea Gomez.Spain did better in the second session and pressed hard for the equaliser, but Brazil defence stood firm.It was end-to-end action in most part of the second session. Spain looked for goals but Brazil hit them on the counter at will