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South Korea – Brazil 1-5. Neymar scored two goals from the penalty spot
The match started with a goal disallowed by Thiago Silva in the 2nd minute, due to offside, but the Brazilians opened the scoring in the 7th minute, through Richarlison. Surprisingly, the Koreans equalized after half an hour of play, but it would only be a “straw fire”.
Brazil received a penalty with the help of the VAR, and Neymar scored. In the extra time of the first half, the Brazilians missed enormously in the same phase, when Thiago Silva hit the crossbar and Casemiro could not score from 2 meters.
South Korea – Brazil 1-5
In the second half, “Selecao” received another penalty and the same Neymar scored. The Koreans also had a chance through In-Beom Hwang, but the goalkeeper was on stage.
Brazil’s second bar followed, with Raphinha’s superb shot. In the 80th minute, Coutinho fooled his opponents and scored on a free kick.
South Korea had two more chances in one minute, through Hee-Chan Hwang and Heung-Min Son, but the goalkeeper intervened superbly.
The one who closed the table was Gabriel Jesus, in overtime. The Manchester City striker went through 4 opponents and set the final score, South Korea – Brazil 1-5.
VIDEO with the summary of the match South Korea – Brazil 1-5:
LIVE VIDEO South Korea – Brazil 1-5
Min. 90 + 3: Goal Brazil! Gabriel Jesus takes action on his own and scores well.
Min. 82: Korea opportunity. Heung-Min Son shoots from outside the box, but the keeper saves it
Min. 81: Korea opportunity. Hee-Chan Hwang shoots, but the keeper saves it
Min. 80: Goal Brazil! After a collective stammer of the Korean defense, Coutinho scored with a shot from the edge of the box.
Min. 75: Bar Brazil. Raphinha takes a nice shot from outside the box but hits the bar.
Min. 59: South Correa opportunity. It was a dipping freekickby In-Beom Hwang but it didnt quite do enough and hit the bar after beating Marquinhos and his despairing dive.
Min. 57: GOAL Brazil. Neymar converts the penalty kick.
Min. 54: Penalty for Brazil. Alex Sandro is booked for kicking the ball away after the whistle.
Min. 46: The second half begins.
Min. 45 + 3: At the break, South Korea – Brazil 1-2.
Min. 45 + 1: Bar Brazil. After a cross from the corner, Thiago Silva crosses the ball and it is nowhere near the intended target.
Min. 42: Goal Brazil! Neymar converts the penalty kick.
Min. 40: Penalty for Brazil. Alex Sandro fouled in the box and the referee awarded a penalty after consulting the VAR.
Min. 31: Goal South Korea! The ref is taking no bull today and Hwang Uijo is booked for complaining.
Min. 7: Goal Brazil. Alex Sandro takes his own action, crosses in front of the goal, from where Fred shoots, and Richarlison deflects in the goal.
Min. 2: Goal canceled Brazil. Thiago SIlva scores … After receiving a great cross from the right touchline, Thiago SIlva controlled the ball and left.
Min. 1: The match begins.
South Korea: Seung Gyu Kim – Yong Lee, Kyung-Won Kwon, Young-Gwon Kim, Chul Hong – Seung Ho Paik, Woo Young Jung, In Beom Hwang, Heung Min Son – Ui Jo Hwang, Hee Chan Hwang
Brazil: Weverton – Sani Alves, Silva, Marquinhos, Alex Sandro – Fred, Casemiro, Neymar – Raphinha, Richarlison, Paqueta
Brazil is preparing for the World Cup in Qatar with two friendlies scheduled for June. After the confrontation against South Korea, Tite’s students will duel with Japan in four days.
to this year’s final tournament, Brazil was placed in Group G, along with Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon. Both South Korea and Japan, the two opponents of the Brazilians in June, are also qualified for the World Championships in Qatar, which will take place between November 21 and December 18, 2022.
Neymar revealed his biggest goal: “I would give my life for it”
Winning the UEFA Champions League trophy was one of Neymar’s missions for the current season, but the Brazilian star he failed to make his mark this performance.
Now the Parc des Princes dean has set a new goal and said he dreams of winning the World Championships in Qatar, a competition scheduled for later this year with Brazil.
“I really wanted to win the League with PSG this year, but I couldn’t. So I hope to succeed with Selecao in Qatar. I would give my life for the world title!“, Confessed Neymar, according to Mirror.
2022 World Championship | Draw – 29 teams out of 32 are known
- Wales / Ukraine
- Saudi Arabia
- Peru / Australia / United Arab Emirates
- New Zealand / Costa Rica
- South Korea
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