The Golden strike from Malcom with 10 minutes to go in the second period of extra time is the golden goal which gave Brazil their second gold medal in the men’s tournament, following on from their triumph at Rio 2016.
The full-time whistle has blown at International Stadium Yokohama, and Brazil are the Olympic champions once again!
It was a master strike from Malcom in the extra time which got Brazil their second gold medal in the men’s tournament, following on from their triumph at Rio 2016.
Brazil Gets Football Gold Once Again at Olympics
A tight yet enthralling contest finished 1-1 after 90 minutes thanks to goals from Matheus Cunha (BRA) and Mikel Oyarzabal (ESP), but it was Malcom’s fine finish in extra time that has denied Spain a second gold in the competition and sent Brazil into unbridaled joy.
What a moment for 38-year-old Dani Alves too, who picks up his 43rd title in his footballing career.