Brazil only had 12 minutes to resolve their lawsuit against South Korea for the round of 16 World Cup Qatar 2022. Vinicius and Neymarfrom a penalty, they scored for Verdeamarelha, which played a brilliant first half and affirmed its candidate plate to obtain the World Cup.
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The striker recovered from a sprained ankle and will return to the starting eleven against the Asians in the duel for the round of 16 of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. La Verdeamarela will seek to get into the top eight of the tournament
Each goal was celebrated with classic Brazilian dances, but the third surprised because the coach tite He joined the choreography from the substitute bench. And it was not for less, since this was a real goal.
The action led richarlison winning a headless ball and doing the classic “foquinha”, which consists of keeping the ball in the air with this part of the body. One, two, three hits until when he went down he unloaded with marquinhos.
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With goals from Vinicius Junior, Neymar, Richarlison and Paquetá; the cast of Tite imposed itself with authority. Paik Seung-Ho marked the discount for Asians
As if something was missing from the play to make it perfect, the action ended with a magnificent assist from Thiago Silva from the croissant for Richarlison himself who, after playing, had gone in search of the discharge. He only had to define to one side, to unleash the madness in the Stadium 974.
Tite, who confirmed that after this World Cup he will leave the technical leadership of Brazil, joined the dance behind the lime line. The coach celebrated each of the four goals like never before. Yes, because the stage was missing the fourth that came after an excellent pass from Vinicius to Lucas Paquetawho defined first.
IMAGES OF RICHARLISON’S GREAT GOAL AND TITE’S DANCE
With photos from Reuters and AP.