Brazil beats Bosnia 2-1 on own goal

Hulk’s cross deflected in off defender Sasa Papac in the first

minute of injury time, giving Brazil a 2-1 victory over

Bosnia-Herzegovina in an exhibition on Tuesday night.

Two club rivals combined to put Brazil ahead in the fourth

minute, with Real Madrid left back Marcelo scoring off a

well-placed pass by Barcelona right back Daniel Alves.

Vedad Ibisevic tied it in the 13th, taking advantage on a

breakaway after David Luiz gave the ball away with a bad pass near

midfield. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar appeared to have a chance to stop

Ibisevic’s low shot, but the ball bounced past him.

Brazil, the 2014 World Cup host, faces Denmark in Germany in

May, then has a three-game U.S. tour with matches against the hosts

on May 30 in Landover, Md., Mexico on June 3 at Arlington, Texas,

and South American rival Argentina on June 9 at East Rutherford,

N.J.