Posted on March 28, 2007
Brazil boss Dunga gave due credit to friendly foes Ghana after they held the Samba Kings to a 1-0 midweek victory in Sweden.
The Seleçao hung on from a 17th minute Wagner Love goal to defeat their World Cup 2006 opponents.
“Ghana came playing hard and marking well,” rated Dunga. “Their squad was set up nicely.”
“We should have moved the ball around more often, waiting for the right opportunity,” he offered. “Once we scored, we just tried to control the game.”