Adding up every game Brazil have played at the FIFA Confederations Cup, they boast a stunning goal difference of 50, having scored 78 and conceded just 28 in 33 games. A *Seleção *have won four titles at the tournament, making them the most successful side in the competition’s history. France are in second place in terms of goals scored, but their goal difference is some way behind on 19.
Brazil especially impressed in Saudi Arabia 1997 and Mexico 1999 when they finished both tournaments with a positive goal difference of 12. Spectacular duo Romario and Ronaldo scored 11 goals in 1997, while Ronaldinho grabbed six goals and was the driving force at the 1999 edition.
However, the Brazilians will not be able to improve their record this year, as they did not qualify for the 2017 edition. South American champions Chile are representing the continent in their debut appearance at the tournament.