Brazil Vs. South Korea, 2012 Olympics: Leandro Damiao Strikes Again, Makes It 3-0

Well, yeah, this game is definitely over now. Brazil are going to the gold medal game of the 2012 Olympics, where they'll face Mexico. It's now 3-0 and you just cannot see South Korea coming back -- Leandro Damiao is their tormentor yet again.

It wasn't a beautiful goal, which is surprising considering that the Selecao had started busting out their tricks with a 2-0 lead. Neymar picked up the ball on the left, wandered through the penalty area, and laid off a pass to Chelsea's Oscar. The midfielder tried a 1-2, but his pass was intercepted and prodded away. Unfortunately for South Korea, it was prodded away straight to the feet of Leandro Damiao, who reacted well to poke a shot past Lee Bum-Young and in. Ouch.

Leandro Damiao, incidentally, becomes the tournament's leading scorer with six goals. Not a bad haul for the Internacional man, who'll be staying in Brazil for at least another season.

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