Paulinho (L) of China's Guangzhou Evergrande celebrates with teammate Zou Zheng after scoring against Mexico's Club America during their Club World Cup quarter-final soccer match in Osaka, western Japan, December 13, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Luiz Felipe Scolari, his reputation battered back home in Brazil, showed he could still work the old magic when he led underdogs Guangzhou Evergrande to a spectacular comeback and a shock win 2-1 over America in the Club World Cup Sunday.Two of his substitutes were involved in Guangzhou's equalizer with 10 minutes left while Scolari ranted from the touchline in familiar style, at one stage getting involved in a row with an America player.Like former Brazil coach Scolari, Paulinho was involved in Brazil's 7-1 World Cup semifinal defeat to Germany after he came on in the second half of the match in Belo Horizonte.Scolari has managed to blend a team of mainly Chinese players with a group of Brazilians which also includes former Manchester City and Real Madrid forward Robinho.
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