Maybe your country has a great national football team right now. Perhaps it is the best squad ever in nation’s history. This probably gives you hope for the next FIFA World Cup. If the national team has a manager (head coach) who isn’t native of the team’s country, I have some bad news for you. The odds are against you.
Most goals in a season, youngest player to score a goal, most hat-tricks, or fastest goals are typical talked about football records. But how about the quickest red card? In association football (known as soccer in the United States) red card means that the player is sent off the field for a serious misconduct, or after second yellow card (yellow card signifies minor misconduct).
Norway national football team remains the only national football team that never lost a match against Brazil. Moreover, Norway has won two matches against Brazil. The complete football match record of Norway vs Brazil: Norway 1-1 Brazil (1988, friendly) Norway 4-2 Brazil (1997, friendly) Brazil 1-2 Norway (1998, World Cup; Brazil reached the final in this tournament) Norway 1-1 Brazil (2006, friendly)