All square in Fluminese friendly

Last Updated: Sun, 20 Jul 2014 17:33

Exeter played out a goalless draw with Brazilian giants Fluminese in Rio to lift their first silverware of the new campaign.

The Grecians were taking part in the historic friendly to commemorate 100 years since becoming the first team to play the Brazilian national side.

Manager Paul Tisdale brought himself on as a late second-half substitute.

Exeter will also play Serie C side Tupi on Wednesday as part of their tour of the South American country.

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