The 2022 FIFA World Cup Brazil shut out Serbia 2-0 at Lusail Stadium in Qatar on Thursday. Richarlison’s fine footwork earned Brazil three points in Group G and extended their World Cup winning streak.
Earlier, Portugal narrowly beat Ghana 3-2 to take 3 points in Group H. Switzerland The loss leaves Group G with three points Cameroon1-0, but Uruguay and South Korea in the second game of the day, it was a goalless draw. Both teams earned a point in Group H for their efforts.
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Brazil vs Serbia Highlights | 2022 FIFA World Cup
Brazil finished with a 2-0 win over Serbia: unbeaten in their last TWENTY opening World Cup matches.
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Brazil 2, Serbia 0
7′: Seeing yellow
Earlier in the match, Serbia received a yellow card for twisting Strahinja Pavlovic. Neymar.
13′: What could have been
It was Brazil it’s close Vanja Milinkovic-Savic narrowly saved Neymar’s shot after taking the lead.
Similarly, no goals were scored until the first half of the match.
45′: Almost there
Brazil had another chance to take the lead, but failed early in the second half.
52′: Taking one for the team
Pavlovic scored a crucial goal against Serbia to keep Brazil from scoring. It came minutes after teammate Nemanja Gudelj was booked in the 49th minute for Serbia.
59′: Outside the post
Brazil are still knocking and Alex Sandro almost knocks one over. However, he came in short.
Richarlison scored the first goal of the game in the 62nd minute for the Brazilian national team.
Richarlison scores to give Brazil the lead against Serbia
Richarlison scored to give Brazil the lead over Serbia in Brazil’s World Cup opener.
73′: Goal of the match!
Richarlison scored his second of the day soon after, assisted by Vinicius Junior, to put Brazil 2-0 up. Richarlison’s acrobatic display brought the Brazilian fans to their feet.
Richarlison gave Brazil a 2-0 lead with an acrobatic goal in the 73rd minute.
Richarlison scored in the 73rd minute of the 2022 Men’s World Cup against Serbia.
80′: Offense signal
Anthony Neymar was replaced after 80 minutes due to injury.
Meanwhile, Brazil kept the pressure on Serbia and that was it.
Set the stage
Group G once again dominated as the world’s No. 1 team took the field on Thursday. Entering Thursday’s game, Brazil had a 73-18-18 all-time World Cup record, more appearances than any nation (22) including this year.
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Serbia, on the other hand, entered Thursday’s match (as Yugoslavia) with an all-time record of 18-20-8 at the World Cup. It was the team’s 13th appearance in the tournament and the second in a row.
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