Brazil’s G Group World Cup: Richarlison hits two spectacular shots, including a shocking aerobatic shot! Brazil’s first win in 20 years is in sight!


Last Updated on 11/25/2022 by てんしょく飯


On November 24, Brazil, ranked No. 1 by FIFA, and Serbia, ranked No. 21 by FIFA, clashed in the first round of the Qatar World Cup group stage (Group G). The former, with its powerful attackers, started with its absolute ace Neymar, as well as Richarlison, Vinicius, and Rafinha.



Breaking the balance in the 62nd minute

Brazil, the leading contender to win the tournament, had a direct shot from a CK in the 13th minute that Neymar curled in, but goalkeeper Vanya Milinkovic-Savic dodged it away.


In the 27th minute, Vinicius was able to get on the end of Thiago Silva’s through ball in the penalty area, and the Brazilian had a chance to make it a big game, but his timing was off. Vinicius almost had a big chance, but was denied by V. Milinkovic-Savic, who came forward at the right time.


As expected, the first half ended 0-0, with Brazil pushing forward. Serbia, led by Stojkovic a.k.a. Pixie, created few chances.


In the second half, Brazil continued to press sharply from the front, and in the 46th minute, the decisive moment arrived. Rafinha won the ball on the edge of the area and went one-on-one with V. Milinkovic-Savic. Rafinha got the ball on the edge of the area, and he was one-on-one with V. Milinkovic-Savic, but his shot hit the foot of the Brazilian defender.


In the 60th minute, Alex Sandro’s powerful left-footed shot was deflected off the post.


The Canaries finally broke the deadlock in the 62nd minute. Vinicius’ shot from inside the area was deflected by V. Milinkovic-Savic and pushed in by Richarlison with his right foot.


The Tokyo Olympics leading scorer, with the momentum on his side, added another goal in the 73rd minute with a spectacular volley while flipping his body in the air. The lead increased to two goals. After his impressive performance, Richarlison and Neymar were both excused from the game in the 79th minute.


The Kingdom continued to attack the goal, but the score remained unchanged.


Brazil, aiming to win the World Cup for the first time in 20 years, beat Serbia 2-0.