A second-half injury time goal from Lazaro gave Brazil a 2-1 comeback victory over Mexico in the Under-17 World Cup final on Sunday in Brasilia.
Mexico had taken the lead through a Bryan Gonzalez header in the 66th minute and looked like it would hold on until Kaio Jorge converted a penalty in the 84th, with Lazaro the hero for Brazil with his late finish.
It was Brazil's fourth Under-17 World Cup victory, while Mexico was in its third final in the last eight years in the age group.
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Thanks to two goals and an assist from Raul Jimenez, Mexico walked away from Friday night's away game against Panama with a 3-0 CONCACAF Nations League victory. With three wins in three group stage games -- and one game left against Bermuda next week -- El Tri has already officially earned a spot in the semifinal stage of the tournament.
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