The national team of Brazil is one of the best in the world. The team's fifth FIFA World Cup victory. When it comes to world cup competition, many national teams are terrified of them. They've beaten just about every team they've faced thus far.
Fortunately, there is a team that has never been beaten by Brazil in international competition. The Norwegians are the only side in the world without a loss in a match against Brazil. Many people will be startled when they hear this.
Although it is possible that the two countries will meet again in the future, When they meet again, Brazil's national team may be able to break the record.
Norway defeated Brazil 2-0 in the 1998 World Cup group stage. They also beat Brazil with four goals on May 30th, 1997. The Norwegians are the only team in history to have played Brazil and come out on top without dropping a game. Their record is now at 2-2 after four matches, with two victories and two draw results to their name.
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