Spain is considered one of the best soccer teams in the world, but it looked like otherwise when it faced off against Brazil in the Confederations Cup Finals. The host country dominated Spain throughout the match to win the tournament in a convincing 3-0 decision.

Fred scored within the game's opening minutes to start the bleeding. Spain was never able to bounce back in the physical matchup. Neymar scored in the final minutes of the first half, while Fred scored again in the second half to put the match out of reach.

David Luiz's save was probably the play of the game, however. In the first half, He kicked the ball clear of the net when Brazil's goalkeeper was beat to keep the game scoreless.

This is Brazil's third straight Confederations Cup, but is this team strong enough to make a run at the next World Cup? Let's wait and see.

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