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Topic - André Clarindo Dos Santos
Two minutes, 34 seconds. That's all it took for Robin van Persie to score in his first match against Arsenal and, in doing so, prove how ridiculous it is to imagine that his former team somehow struck a canny deal in selling him.
Ronaldinho is back on Brazil's national team for the first time in 1 1/2 years, and young forward sensation Neymar is returning after an absence for disciplinary reasons.
For those thinking the United States was near a breakthrough at the World Cup, Brazil's young, new-look team showed that the Americans still aren't close to catching up with soccer's elite.