2022 FIFA World Cup Thursday continues with Brazil-Serbia in full swing at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar for Group G points, and we’ll have you covered from start to finish on FOX!
Previously, Portugal narrowly defeated Ghana 3-2 to take three points in Group H. Switzerland earned three points in Group G after beating Cameroon1-0, and Uruguay as well as South Korea in the second match of the day ended in a goalless draw. Both teams scored one point each in Group H for their efforts.
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Brazil vs Serbia
7′: see yellow
Serbia received a yellow card at the beginning of this match as Strahinja Pavlovic got confused with Neymar.
13 minutes: what could have been
Brazil was it’s close come forward, but Neymar’s shot was almost saved by Vanja Milinkovic-Savic.
Thus, in the first half the score remained zero.
45′: Almost done
Once again, Brazil had a chance to take the lead, but their efforts fell short when the second half began.
52′: taking one ball for the team
Pavlović came up with a crucial tackle in the box for Serbia to keep Brazil from scoring. This came just minutes after teammate Nemanja Gudel received a yellow card, Serbia’s second of the match, in the 49th minute.
Richarlison scored the first goal of the match, giving Brazil a 1–0 lead in the 62nd minute.
BEFORE THE GAME:
Group G came to the fore again on Thursday as the world’s No. 1 team entered the field. Brazil is 73-18-18 in World Cup history and has more tournament appearances than any other country (22), including this year.
Selesao have perhaps the most talented roster at the tournament this year, led by Paris Saint Germain superstar Neymarwho one of FOX Bet’s favorites for this year’s Golden Boot.
On the hunt
On the other hand, Serbia is 18-20-8 in the history of the world championships (including participation in Yugoslavia). The match on Thursday was the team’s 13th tournament performance and the second in a row.
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