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FIFA Confederations Cup Final: Brazil 6 Australia 0
December 21st, 1997 12AM

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Dec. 21 in Riyadh Brazil 6 Australia 0. Goals: Ronaldo 15, 28, 59, Romario 38, 53, (pen.) 75. Brazil -- Dida, Cafu, Aldair, Roberto Carlos, Junior Baiano, Dunga, Cesar Sampaio, Denilson, Juninho, Ronaldo, Romario. Australia -- Bosnich, Horvat (Bingley, 56), Lazaridis, Ivanovic, Tobin, A.Vidmar (Aloisi, 30), T.Vidmar (Muscat, 30), Foster, Kewell, Viduka. Att.: 65,000.

Third-Place Match

Dec. 21 in Riyadh Czech Republic 1 Uruguay 0. Goal: Lasota 63. Czech Rep. -- Srnicek, Lokvenc (Hornak, 87), Svoboda, Rada, Vlcek, Fukal, Nemec, Nedved, Bejbl (Lasota, 58), Kuka, Smicer (Poborsky, 77). Uruguay -- Flores, Lopez (Hernandez, 68), Montero, Mendez, De Los Santos (Callejas, 46), Adinolfi, Garcia, Vespa (Silva, 79), Zalayeta, Olivera, Recoba. Att.: 27,000. Best Player: Denilson (Brazil). Top Scorer: Romario (Brazil) 7 goals.


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