Internationals: Willian Score For Brazil. Tammy Abraham Score For England

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Willian has been used sparingly by Brazil in the ongoing Copa America. After getting a late entry to the Brazil team, he had a cameo appearance in Brazil’s opening game against Bolivia. For the following match against Venezuela, he was an unused sub.

However, the Chelsea star was on point as he struck a fine fifth goal for Brazil at the Copa America as they confirmed their place in the knockout stages with a big 5-0 victory over Peru.

Brazil and Peru had been tied on four points with the Brazilians at the top of their group after two games played, based on goal difference.

For the game against Peru, the host nation made light work of Saturday’s game and were 3-0 up by half-time.

Willian was introduced from the bench on 77 minutes, with the scores at 4-0 already, but the Chelsea star still showed what he’s capable of. On the 90th minute, he stepped inside his marker near the left-hand corner of the penalty area and curled a brilliant shot into the net to make the final score 5-0.

Brazil could have ended up 6-0 winners, but Gabriel Jesus failed to convert a penalty late on.

Tammy Abraham was on target for England U21 in the ongoing Euro U21 tournament, but the Chelsea forward’s goal wasn’t enough to save his team from exiting the group on Friday.

Four Chelsea players were in the starting line-up– with Jay Dasilva, Fikayo Tomori and Jake Clarke-Salter, and this time Mason Mount who came on during the France game all starting the match against Romania.

Despite a star studded English side, the Young Lions were beaten 4-2 by Romania, and have now been knocked out of the group following two defeats.

With the scores at 2-1, Tammy Abraham was introduced and 10 minutes after he came on, Abraham controlled a pass by Mount and made it 2-2. But England eventually lost the game 4-2 and will play a consolation game against Croatia.

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