. August 10, 2010 SouthAmerica: A new era of Brazilian soccer it has started today at the new Meadowlands Stadium in New Jersey. Brazil did beat the United States 2 x 0, but the score could have been very easily 6 x 0. The players that Dunga left out of the Brazilian national team for the World Cup of 2010, gave a show of soccer at the Meadowlands, and they did show to Dunga how a real Brazilian team is supposed to play soccer. Now that the new coach of the Brazilian national team did showcase these young players to the world to see it â players that the Brazilian mainstream media and the Brazilian people were pressuring Dunga up to the last minute for him to add to the squad that he took to South Africa - Now Dunga looks more than ever like a big JACKASS. The new kids played the âJogo Bonitoâ that Brazilians got used to see it, and expect them to play a style of soccer similar to the best teams that we had in the past. Most of these new players are very young, talented, and they did play a very entertaining type of soccer for most of the game. It is amazing how well these guys played when we consider that this is the first game they were playing together. These guys are going to get even better in the coming years and as the team jells, it will become stronger as a unit. Welcome to the Brazilian national team: Ganso, Nilmar, Andre, David Luiz, Victor, Lucas, Alexandre Pato, and the other members that played superb soccer â and welcome back the âJogo Bonitoâ. Nilmar scored his first goal on his first game that he played for the Brazilian Team, and Alexandre Pato scored the other goal. Robinho, and Ganso each had a kick hit the crossbar of the US goalkeeper, and various Brazilians players missed at least 6 other great opportunities of scoring a goal. The Brazilian national team is backâ¦and you can count on that. .