In Brazil’s 4-1 win over South Korea, Neymar returned from injury to help Brazil reach the World Cup quarterfinals against Croatia. With its sights firmly set on winning its sixth World Cup title, the Brazilian team dominated the first half of Monday’s match at Stadium 974 with four unanswered goals. A spirited South Korea fought hard to score a consolation goal in the 76th minute, and while the game settled in the second quarter, it was never sluggish or scrappy.
Seven minutes into the game, Brazil got off to a flying start, with Raphinha rushing into the box on the right and heading a pass to Neymar. Vinicius Jr. was left with acres of space at his feet after PSG’s number 10 was brought down by his marker. In the South Korean goal, Kim Seung-Gyu could catch it with his right foot after the Real Madrid player steadied himself.
Within three minutes of Richarlison’s goal, Jung Woo-young was brought down inside the box by Richarlison, and the referee immediately pointed to the spot and pointed to the goal. After previously winning matches against South Korea with bleached hair, it was no surprise to see Neymar score, as he used no time to slot it down in the bottom-right corner of the goal after his barber flew out to Qatar to dye his hair blonde.
The score was two-nil to Brazil, with less than 15 minutes left in the game. After scoring the winner against Portugal, Hwang Hee-chan had a go from a distance but had to settle for a missed shot after sending the ball comfortably over the bar after scoring the winner against Portugal. It was not long before Allison had to make his first save of the tournament, a diving save to his left, just moments later.
Brazil vs. South Korea Highlights Score
Brazil beat South Korea 4-1 in the Round of 16 fixtures at the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Tuesday courtesy of Vinicius Junior, Neymar, Richarlison, and Lucas Paqueta’s goals. The Education City Stadium will host the quarterfinal match between Brazil and Croatia led by Luka Modric. Record-time winners Brazil began Tuesday’s crucial knockout match against South Korea as outright favorites eager for a reunion with archrival Argentina at the biggest stage. Stadium 974 was the site of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16 matches between Asian giants and the five-time champions. At the Qatar World Cup’s knockout stage, Neymar made his comeback.
Injuries to his ankle caused him to miss Brazil’s crucial Group G matches. Brazil advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals after Neymar scored a hat trick in his comeback match against Son Heung-min-starrer. Vinicious Junior scored twice, Neymar scored twice, Richarlison scored twice, and Lucas Paqueta scored one goal each to help Brazil defeat the Korea Republic 4-1 at Stadium 974. At the Education City Stadium on Friday, Tite’s Brazil will play Croatia’s Luka Modric in the quarterfinals of the Qatar World Cup.
The world’s best team beat South Korea 4-1 to reach the quarterfinals of the Qatar World Cup. Tite’s men set up a last-eight clash with Croatia with goals from Vinicius Junior, Neymar, Richarlison, and Lucas Paqueta. During Friday’s Qatar World Cup quarterfinals, Brazil will face Croatia, led by Luka Modric. South Korea has been eliminated from the 2022 FIFA World Cup as the Asian giants have bowed out. The Qatar World Cup quarter-finals were won by Brazil 4-1 over South Korea. The Selecao scored a massive victory!
Brazil vs. South Korea Head-To-Head Records At The World Cup 2022
On Monday, Brazil will face South Korea at Stadium 974 in the round of 16 of the FIFA World Cup. With six points from a possible nine, Tite’s side clinched a spot in the knockout stages despite losing 1-0 to Cameroon in last Friday’s group finale. Aboubakar’s stoppage-time winner handed the Indomitable Lions their first World Cup win since 2002 despite Brazil’s lack of sting at the attacking end of the pitch. Earlier, the Selecao had beaten Serbia 2-0 on November 24 and then won 1-0 against Switzerland thanks to a late goal by Casemiro. The South Korean side beat the odds in the group stages to place themselves in the quarter-finals, where Brazil was defeated by Rigobert Song’s side 2-1 four years ago. At the Education City Stadium, Ghana beat Paulo Bento’s men 3-2 four days after they drew 0-0 with Uruguay on November 24.
South Korea edged third-placed Uruguay by scoring more goals in a 2-1 victory over Portugal, led by goals from Young-Gwon Kim and Hee-chan Hwang. While the Taegeuk Warriors will be looking to extend their fairytale run, they will have to contend with a team whose star power has dominated their past six meetings with them, a struggle they have suffered in six of their seven meetings. At the Suwon Sports Complex, Dunga’s 1-0 goal won the team a 1-0 friendly match between the two nations back in August 1995. Neymar scored two goals, and Richardson scored one, as Brazil beat South Korea 5-1 in a friendly in June. As a result of Kim Do-Hoon’s dramatic 90th-minute winner at the Olympic Stadium, Bento’s side defeated the five-time world champions 1-0 in March 1999.
Brazil Vs. South Korea Final Score
|Team||1 Half||2 Half||Final|
Brazil Vs. South Korea Goals:
BRA — Vinicius Junior (Raphinha) — 7th minute.
BRA — Neymar (penalty) —13th minute.
BRA — Richarlison (Thiago Silva) — 29th minute.
BRA — Paqueta (Vinicius Junior) — 37th minute.
KOR — Paik Seung-ho — 76th minute.
List of Confirmed Line-ups:
Brazil lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): 1. Alisson (GK) — 14. Eder Militao, 4. Marquinhos, 3. Silva, 2. Danilo — 5. Casemiro, 7. Paqueta — 11. Raphinha, 10. Neymar, 20. Vinicius Jr — 9. Richarlison
South Korea lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): 1. Kim Seung-gyu (GK) — 15. Kim Moon-hwan, 4. Kim Min-jae, 19. Kim Young-gwon, 3. Kim Jin-su — 5. Jung Woo-young, 6. Hwang In-beom — 11. Hwang Hee-chan, 10. Lee Jae-sung, 7. Son Heung-min — 9. Cho Gue-sung
Brazil VS. South Korea HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD
Brazil wins: 06
South Korea wins: 01
Brazil goals: 16
South Korea goals: 5
Brazil VS. South Korea MATCH HISTORY
|08 Sep 1977||Brazil v Korea Republic||D||1-1||Amateur v A|
|21 Sep 1979||Korea Republic v Brazil||L||1-2||President`s Cup|
|12 Aug 1995||Korea Republic v Brazil||L||0-1||International Friendly|
|10 Aug 1997||Korea Republic v Brazil||L||1-2||Nike World Tour|
|28 Mar 1999||Korea Republic v Brazil||W||1-0||International Friendly|
|20 Nov 2002||Korea Republic v Brazil||L||2-3||International Friendly|
|12 Oct 2013||Korea Republic v Brazil||L||0-2||International Friendly|
|19 Nov 2019||Brazil v Korea Republic||L||3-0||International Friendly|
|02 Jun 2022||Korea Republic v Brazil||L||1-5||International Friendly|
|05 Dec 2022||Brazil v Korea Republic||L||4-1||FIFA World Cup|