Australia's Joeys have lost their first game of the Nike International friendlies tournament 4-0 to Brazil this morning in Florida, USA.
A tough day at the office for Tony Vidmar's side was made even tougher with a second yellow card to an Aussie player meaning the Joeys played with ten men for a portion of the game.
A slick Brazil took a 2-0 nil lead to the break and added two more goals in the second half.
The second game of the day is USA v England.
Australia next plays host nation USA on Monday morning AEDT.
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