16 October 2012
Brazil played against Japan in its second friendly match during this halt in regular club competition for international games. Once again it destroyed its rival, with Kaká scoring yet again, for the second consecutive match. The Brazilian team won the clash held in Wroclaw, Poland by 4 to 0, a match in which the Real Madrid midfielder scored the last goal of the game by finishing a great individual play with a left-footed shot.
The team coached by Mano Menezes dominated the match from the first minute of play, and by 25 minutes into the game was already winning 2-0 against a very combative Japan that had beaten France in Paris last Friday. The Brazilian team set the pace and inflicted their game on the Japanese with a very participative Kaká. Just after returning from half-time, Brazil scored its third goal, and Kaká scored the final goal in minute 76. The Real Madrid midfielder received the ball in the middle of the rival side and took off, avoiding a rival player, and scored with a strong left-footed cross shot.