Brazil and Switzerland faced off at the 2022 World Cup held in Qatar. Brazil won the tough fight 1-0 and made its name in the round of 16.
In the first half of the match, which took the form of a midfield struggle, both teams had difficulty getting into position.
Brazil’s 64th minute goal with Vinicius Jr was canceled due to offside after a VAR review.
Playing with more pressure in the second half, “Sambacılar” found the goal they were looking for in the 83rd minute. Passing in from the left wing, Vinicius Jr transferred the round of leather to Rodrygo. This player brought the ball to Casemiro in the penalty area with a single pass. Casemiro’s hard hit with his right foot to the far corner met with round leather nets: 1-0.
Brazil, which defeated Serbia in the first match of the group, increased its score to 6, while the second Switzerland had 3 points.
Cameroon and Serbia with 1 point each took the third and fourth places.
In the last matches of the group, Brazil will face Cameroon. Switzerland, on the other hand, will share its trump card with Serbia.
Referees: Ivan Arcides Barton Cisneros, David Jonathan Moran Santos, Zachari Zeegelaar (El Salvador)
Brazil: Alisson, Militao, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Sandro (Dr. 86 Alex Telles), Casemiro, Paqueta (Dr. 46 Rodrygo), Fred (Dr. 58 Bruno Guimaraes), Raphinha (Dr. 73 Antony), Vinicius Jr., Richardson (Dr. Dk. 73 Jesus)
Switzerland: Summer, Widmer (Dr. 86 Frei), Akanji, Elvedi, Rodriguez, Freuler, Xhaka, Vargas (Dr. 59 Fernandes), Sow (Dr. 76 Aebischer), Rieder (Dr. 59 Steffen), Embolo (Dr. 76 Seferovic). )
Gol: min. 83 Casemiro (Brazil)
Yellow cards: min. 50 Rieder (Switzerland), Min. 52 Fred (Brazil)