Spanish national football team took away Brazil‘s record in scoring goals at Maracaná after hammering Tahiti for 10-0 in the Confederations Cup.
The Brazilians held the record since 1959 when they thrashed Chile for 7-0. Yesterday at Maracana the Spanish beat these numbers and got the third higher slew of goals in their history.
It seems Spanish players want it all and after having been world and Europe champions they want to hold every single record in the history of this sport.
Undoubtedly they’re going in the right way to achieve it.
Etiquetado:2010 FIFA World Cup, Brazil, Brazil national team, Brazilians, Chile, Confederations Cup, FIFA Confederation Cup, Football, Maracana, Maracana Brazil, Maracana Stadium, Spain, Spain national football team, spanish football, spanish record, Tahiti