[MEXICO-BRAZIL] Don't count out Ronaldinho quite yet. The 31-year-old star scored a patented free kick and teammate
Marcelo added a brilliant individual goal to lead 10-man Brazil to a 2-1 comeback win over Mexico in Torreon, spoiling Oswaldo
Sanchez's final international game in the Tri goal.
Mexico scored on an own goal by David Luiz in the 10th minute and looked headed to a victory when Dani Alves took down Javier Hernandez in the penalty area at the end of the first half and was sent off for his second yellow card. But Brazil goalie Jefferson stopped Andres Guardado's spot kick to leave the game at 1-0.
After Neymar was fouled just outside the box, Ronaldinho placed his free kick inside the far post in the 79th minute, and Marcelo gave Brazil the win four minutes later.
The loss was Coach Chepo De la Torre's first in 15 games since taking over as national team coach in February.