Serbia Lost to Brazil – Take a look at review of the match, what heppens to Serbians in the first half? They were outplayed in the first half and lost 1-0 to Brazil in their opening game of Group F.
Richarlison’s World Cup debut
Serbia Lost to Brazil – Despite being in the World Cup for the first time, Richarlison made an immediate impact in Brazil’s 2-0 win over Serbia. The forward scored two goals, making him the first Brazilian player to score on his World Cup debut since Neymar did in 2014.
Brazil took the lead early, with Richarlison scoring the game’s first goal. After taking a pass from Vinicius Junior, Richarlison flicked the ball into the air and then flicked it back into the air with his left foot. He then turned and pounced on the rebound to put Brazil ahead.
After Brazil dominated the second half, Richarlison provided the final goal. The Brazilian striker scored an excellent sideways scissor kick in the 73rd minute to give Brazil a two-goal lead.
Richarlison, who made his debut in September, said he has a “dream” to fulfill before he retires. He plans to go to an island with an abundance of women. The Brazilian soccer star has also been tweeting a video of him practicing a backflip on a trampoline.
He also said he was worried about missing the World Cup due to a calf injury. Fortunately, the damage has been repaired, and Richarlison will be on the Brazil team for the next three matches. The next game, against Switzerland, could determine who tops Group G. The Brazilian press quickly praised Richarlison’s performance. Some even compared it to previous World Cup winners.
It’s worth noting that Richarlison has scored nine goals in his last seven matches for Brazil. That’s more than any other player in Brazil’s starting XI.
Richarlison’s goals helped Brazil maintain its first-place spot in Group G. The heavyweights such as Argentina and Germany have not fared well in the World Cup. Brazil should be one of the last teams standing in Qatar.
Richarlison is in the Brazil team as a central striker. However, he has yet to be able to play a regular role for Tottenham Hotspur this season. Yves Bissouma and Son Heung-Min will also play more of an essential part in the attack. He could get a chance against Leeds United on Monday.
Neymar limps heavily after the game.
During Brazil’s 2-0 win over Serbia on Thursday, Neymar suffered an ankle injury. The Argentinian forward limped off the field in the 80th minute after being tackled by Nikola Milenkovic. Brazil coach Tite sounded optimistic about Neymar’s recovery and said the injury could be minor. However, Neymar is one of the best players in the world, and he has been injured before in major tournaments.
He is currently expected to play at the World Cup in Russia, but another tournament-ending injury would be a big blow. He could also be forced out of Brazil’s second group game against Switzerland on Monday. His presence is likely a big concern for 200 million Brazilian fans, who will be eager to know his status.
The Brazilian side lost 7-1 to Germany in the semifinals of the World Cup last year without Neymar, who is considered the team’s focal point. In the semis, Eder Militao was tested as the full-back. He was a shaky starter as Brazil struggled to impose itself on the Serbian defense.
Neymar was injured in a collision with Milenkovic, and Brazil’s team doctor, Rodrigo Lasmar, confirmed the injury. Several photos on Twitter showed swelling on the right ankle. The damage is believed to be a sprain. Neymar was not immediately taken to the team hotel, but he received ice packs and was shielded by teammates in the mixed zone.
After the game, Neymar limped to the locker room. He was seen in tears, and his ankle was visibly swollen. He was not interviewed after the game. Manchester United winger Antony replaced him. Brazil manager Tite sounded hopeful that Neymar will be back in time for Brazil’s second group-stage game against Switzerland.
During Brazil’s win over Serbia, Neymar was tackled nine times. He was the most fouled player in the match. He was also involved in the buildup of Richarlison’s goal. Serbian number 8 Nemanja Gudelj also fouled him.
Neymar has a history of injuries, and his foot has been a concern for him. A previous injury to his foot has sidelined him from significant tournaments.
Spain’s 7-0 thrashing of Costa Rica
Whether it was the best display of World Cup football in 20 years or not, Spain’s 7-0 thrashing of Costa Rica on Wednesday night was the tournament’s biggest win. The Spanish side is currently unbeaten, with a slick passing game, which has left Costa Rica in tatters. They are now top of Group E and could face Germany on Sunday.
Spain’s performance was their best in the World Cup. They have been in top form throughout the tournament, controlling the ball relentlessly. They are one of only six teams to have scored 100 or more goals in World Cups.
Gavi, 18 years old, became Spain’s youngest goalscorer in World Cup history. He became the youngest Spanish player to score a World Cup goal since Pele in 1958. He also scored the best plan of the night, a slick volley.
Despite being outplayed in the first half, the Spanish side made up for it in the second. Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio scored a penalty, then added a second in the second half. He also missed a glorious chance in injury time to score a fourth. Gavi, on the other hand, played an outstanding all-round performance. He was a class act.
Gavi was an absolute star and made his debut for Spain in the World Cup. He became Spain’s youngest World Cup scorer and the third youngest for any nation, after Pele and Spain’s own Diego Maradona. He showed character beyond his years. He fought for every ball and finished off a superb individual performance.
Spain’s players also dominated the ball, with Sergio Busquets moving around at will in midfield and Costa Rica having little to offer. They also had more completed passes than any team in the tournament. They had 82 percent possession.
Spain beat Costa Rica 7-0 in their opening match of the World Cup, setting a new record for goals scored in a single tournament. The Spanish side also broke their previous World Cup goal-scoring record of six goals against Bulgaria in 1998. The Spanish team also became the sixth nation to score more than 100 goals in World Cups and beat Brazil’s record of three goals in 1934.
Brazil’s squad is determined to win a sixth World Cup.
Having failed to win a World Cup in nearly a generation, Brazil’s squad is determined to get back into the record books with a sixth title. A mathematical model has predicted that Brazil will win the tournament. Still, they face the challenge of going against the Europeans, who have dominated the game over the last four editions.
Brazil’s squad has been expanded this year to 26 players. It includes seven international players and four players from domestic clubs. Tite has decided to pick a strong midfield to beat the Europeans.
Neymar and Gabriel Jesus are expected to have essential roles in the attack. Neymar has been in top form with PSG, netting 15 goals in 19 games. He has already won Copa America and will want to go out on a high with Brazil.
Fabinho is Brazil’s best defensive option. He has also been having a good season with Arsenal. Dani Alves is expected to be one of the oldest players on the team. Alves will be 39 when the World Cup kicks off on June 14.
Tite has announced his final squad of 26 players. He has also said there will be opportunities for all forwards. The Brazil squad is strong in midfield and defense. He has selected players who have shown they can play in European competitions.
Neymar is expected to lead the attack. He has been in top form with PSG and has won the European cup with Barcelona. He has assisted 11 times in 19 games for PSG. He also won the Copa America in 2019 and has been in fine form.
The Brazil squad also includes the talented Alex Telles. Tite said there would be opportunities for all forwards. This group is full of world-class players who can make a difference in the final. Brazil is also expected to have plenty of pace and trickery in the attack.
Tite will have to find a way to keep Neymar happy while still getting the best out of him. He has a wealth of talent at his disposal, but the Brazilians will have to beat Europeans at their own game to get back to the World Cup final.