The 2022 FIFA World Cup Brazil stopped Serbia 2-0 at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar on Thursday. Richarlison’s beautiful footwork earned Brazil three points in Group G and extended their World Cup winning streak.
Earlier, Portugal secured three points in Group H with a narrow 3-2 win over Ghana. Elsewhere, Switzerland won three points in Group G Cameroon1-0, and Uruguay the and South korea achieved a scoreless draw in the second match of the day. Both teams were awarded one point each in Group H for their efforts.
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Brazil 2, Serbia 0
7′: see yellow
Serbia received a yellow card for Strahinja Pavlovic. Neymar.
13′: What could have happened
It was Brazil it’s close Vanja Milinkovic-Savic hit Neymar’s shot.
Thus, the score was not opened until the end of the first half.
45′: almost there
Brazil had another chance to take the lead, but their efforts fell short early in the second half.
52′: Get one for the team
Pavlovic scored the decisive strike in Serbia’s half to keep Brazil from scoring. It came minutes after teammate Nemanja Goodel, Serbia’s number two player, was shown a yellow card in the 49th minute.
59′: Off the post
Brazil continued to knock, Alex Sandro almost scored one. But his attempt failed.
Richarlison scored the first goal of the match in the 62nd minute.
Richarlison scored to put Brazil and Serbia ahead
In Brazil’s World Cup opener, Richarlison scored to put Brazil ahead of Serbia.
73′: Goal of the tournament!
Richarlison scored his second of the day moments later, assisted by Vinicius Junior, to give Brazil a 2-0 lead. Richarlison’s acrobatics brought the Brazilian fans to their feet.
Richarlison gave Brazil a 2-0 lead with an acrobatic goal in the 73rd minute
Richarlison scores against Serbia at the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.
80′: injury warning
Antony replaced Neymar with an injury in the 80th minute.
Meanwhile, Brazil continued to put pressure on Serbia and that was it.
Setting the scene
Group G was back in the lead on Thursday as the world No. 1 team took to the field. Entering Thursday’s match, Brazil is 73-18-18 all-time at the World Cup and has played in the tournament more than any other nation (22) this year.
The Seleção have the most talented roster in the tournament this year Paris Saint-Germain superstar neymar One of FOX Beth’s favorites won this year’s Golden Foot.
On the hunt
Serbia, on the other hand, entered Thursday’s match 18-20-8 all-time at the World Cup (including appearances as Yugoslavia). It was the team’s 13th appearance in the tournament and second in a row.
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