Neymar fails, Richardson beats Serbia to double blow for Brazil
Brazil, the most 5-time FIFA World Cup winner, had to face a crushing defeat against the Serbian team. Neymar’s magic did not work in this match at all. Even Vinicius Jr. didn’t do well. But in the meantime, Richardson scored two brilliant goals to win the team…
Brazil won the match 2-0
A match was played between Brazil and Serbia in the FIFA World Cup 2022 hosted by Qatar, which remained one-sided. From the beginning till the last minute, the Brazilian team had a heavy upper hand and in the end Brazil won the match 2-0. Also got three points.
Brazil’s aggressive game in the second half
The first half of the match between Brazil and Serbia, the most 5-time World Cup winners, ended in a goalless draw. After this, in the second half, the Brazilian team showed aggressive play and scored two goals. Richardson scored both these goals and played a key role in the team’s victory. Richardson scored in the 62nd and 73rd minutes to seal the win.
Neymar proved to be a flop
Neymar’s magic did not work in this match at all. Even Vinicius Jr. could not do well. But in the meantime, Richardson scored the first goal for the team in the 62nd minute and gave an important lead. After his 11th minute, Richardson once again dominated and scored another goal to take the team closer to victory. This goal was scored in the 73rd minute.
Neymar was sent off at the last minute
He was rested alongside Richardson in the 79th minute. By this time he had done his work. Soon Neymar was also rested and sat out. Substitute was included in place of both. One of those options was Anthony, who is in fine form at the moment.
Struggling game of the Serbian team in the first half
The Serbian team also played aggressively in the first half of the match. However, even in the first half, Brazil’s lead looked huge. A total of 5 goals were attempted in the first half. Four times were from Brazil. Amazingly, two out of four shots were right on target. However, Brazil could not find success in the first half due to the brilliant performance of the Serbian goalkeeper. Even in the first half, the Brazilian team had taken a huge lead. Brazil had 59 percent of the ball. While 41 percent of the ball was in possession of the Serbian team. Serbia committed 8 fouls in the first half while Brazil committed only 4 fouls.