About 300 Brazilians celebrated their country's historic World Cup Win on Sunday night (June 21) in London's Hyde Park.
About 300 Brazilians celebrated their country's historic World Cup Win on Sunday night (June 21) in London's Hyde Park. they were so confident of winning that they advertised the taking place of the celebrations two days before the match.
Brazil beat Italy 4-1 in the night World Cup Final before 110,000 spectators in Mexico City's Aztec Stadium on Sunday (June 21), but the estimated global audience who saw the match on television was 800 million.
It is the third time that Brazil have won the Jules Rimet trophy, they won it in Sweden in 1958 and in Chile in 1962, this means that they win the trophy outright.
The Brazilian forward Jair set a record when he scored Brazil's third goal: he is the only man ever to have scored in every game in the tournament. Pele, the 29-year-old acknowledge master of football, put the Brazilians ahead after 18 minutes and was instrumental in the making of all the other goals. It is Pele's third winner's medal, and he becomes the only man ever to have achieved this, but he has said that this is his last World Cup.
At the final whistle Brazilian fans risked injury by leading over the enormous moat which surrounds the pitch to swamp their team with congratulations. The Brazilian fans in London showed that they were not to be left out of the celebrations just because of a few thousands miles.