Brazil wins 1-0 over Switzerland in the FIFA World Cup 2022 thanks to a second-half goal by Casemiro. In winning the game, the Selecao qualified for the Round of 16. Casemiro scored a beautiful destination in the 83rd minute to give Brazil the lead. Brazil qualified for Round 16 thanks to the Manchester United midfielder’s strike. As early as the 65th minute, Vinicius Jr. appeared to have put Brazil in the lead, but VAR intervened, and the goal was blocked because of an offside call. Brazil made Switzerland pay for its lack of opportunities.
1-0 win for Brazil against Switzerland, FIFA World Cup 2022: Brazil, defending champions for the last five years, defeated Switzerland 1-0 in its second Group G match. With Casemiro’s late goal, Brazil beat Switzerland at Stadium 974 in Doha to advance to the last 16.
As Brazil beat Switzerland 1-0, Neymar was not needed as Brazil made it to the Round of 16 stages of the FIFA World Cup. In the final stages of the Qatar World Cup, the five-time champions will face the defending champions France. Casemiro, a former Real Madrid teammate and Man United star, scored Brazil’s memorable win over Switzerland after Vinicius’ goal was ruled out.
Highlights From Brazil’s 1-0 Victory Over Switzerland
In the FIFA World Cup 2022 knockout stage, Brazil joined the French defending champions as the second team. Brazil won their second consecutive match in Qatar with a 1-0 victory over Switzerland. As with France, Brazil now has six points, ensuring their spot in the last 16 with one game remaining. Cameroon and Serbia are both on one point each, ahead of Switzerland with three points in second place. Brazilians won a tight game against a tenacious Swiss side at Stadium 974 thanks to Casemiro’s late goal. The five-time champions’ solitary goal came from Casemiro in the 83rd minute.
Brazil’s samba beat thundered through Doha’s Stadium 974 as Brazilian fans brought Latin American swagger to the city. During the final minutes, the hysteria of the Brazilian fans will drown out the 80 or so minutes of sloppy passing and goalless play.
This quirky stadium was painted bright yellow with thousands of yellow shirts, punctuated by pockets of white Swiss shirts and smatterings of yellow Swiss shirts. With the thunderous roars accompanying every fancy move and the rhythmic beat drummed throughout, it was hard to believe this was a match being played on the Arabian Peninsula.
Brazil vs. Switzerland head-to-head record at the World Cup in 2022
On Monday, Brazil and Switzerland will face off to confirm their place in the knockout stages of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Last time out, Tite’s men defeated Serbia 2-0, while Murat Yakin’s men defeated Cameroon 1-0.
- Brazil wins: 3
- Switzerland wins: 2
- Draws: 4
- Brazil goals: 11
- Switzerland goals: 9
Total MATCH HISTORY:
June 28, 1950: Brazil 2-2 Switzerland (World Cup)
April 11, 1956: Brazil 1-1 Switzerland (Friendly)
December 21, 1980: Brazil 2-0 Switzerland (Friendly)
May 19, 1982: Brazil 1-1 Switzerland (Friendly)
June 17, 1983: Brazil 2-1 Switzerland (Friendly)
June 21, 1989: Brazil 0-1 Switzerland (Friendly)
November 15, 2006: Brazil 2-1 Switzerland (Friendly)
August 14, 2013: Brazil 0-1 Switzerland (Friendly)
June 17, 2018: Brazil 1-1 Switzerland (World Cup)
Getting into its groove and becoming Brazil took a very long time. Through Casemiro, they prevailed in the end, and during the final stages of the game, confidence was evident to all. The team wasn’t particularly special, but they were hard-working and never stopped attacking. It’s probably a fair result to end the game at 1-0.
It is difficult to compete against the Brazilian national team with ambition, but Switzerland’s defense held up well throughout the game, with the exception of Vini’s chance, an offside attempt, and Casemiro’s goal. Brazil finished top of the group and progressed to the next round due to that moment of brilliance. Only France and Brazil have two wins in two games.
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