Second week 2022 FIFA World Cup Continued on Monday Brazil Defeats SwitzerlandWe brought you all the action from the Group G tilt at Stadium 974, Ras Abu Aboud, Qatar, 1-0.
With the win, Brazil (2-0-0) recorded their 17th consecutive unbeaten run in the group stages of the World Cup despite being without their superstar captain. NeymarHe was injured in the team’s first group game.
Brazil have secured a place in the knockout stage and lead Group G alone with six points, followed by Switzerland (1-0-1) with three points.
Earlier, Ghana Three points after a sensational win against South Korea H must progress to second place in Group H Cameron Accumulated in equilibrium with Serbia. Both teams have a point in Group G.
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Here are the best plays!
27′: What could have been
Vinicius Jr was This close Put Brazil ahead, but Switzerland Yan Sommer There were other plans.
44′: Dark mode
After a back-and-forth battle, the first half ended goalless.
Just before halftime, the lights went out briefly during the action.
Meanwhile, Neymar’s appearance caused confusion in the stands.
64′: Goal reversed
After Another missed opportunity Brazil took the lead close to the hour mark early in the second half with a soft goal from Junior. However, the goal was disallowed after a VAR review.
The tide turned for Brazil late in the second half CasemiroHelp RodrigoScored the first goal of the game selection 1-0 ahead…
… It got the crowd fired up and the Brazil fans on their feet! Brazil never relinquished the lead.
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