Brazil vs South Korea
Brazil and South Korea will square off in the tournament’s sixth Round of 16 game. South Korea defeated one of the tournament’s top teams, Portugal, to finish as the runners-up in a group that also included Uruguay and Ghana. Brazil lost against Cameroon 0-1 despite having made a promising start and advanced to the next round after two games.
When Cameroon defeated the pre-tournament favorites in their final group match, it was the first time an African team had defeated Brazil. It must have hurt their egos even though it had no effect on the group standings because Brazil still came in first. South Korea, which defeated Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portuguese team, overcame Japan to become the second Asian team to advance to the Round of 16.
When Brazil kicked off the FIFA World Cup 2022, they lived up to the hype. Their masterful display of football featured daring attacks and miraculous goals. Brazil was actually just one goal away from finishing last in Group G after their shocking loss to Cameroon. That must have opened Brazil’s eyes to the fact that they cannot afford to be complacent when playing the Taegeuk Warriors, who just defeated Portugal in a world cup of upsets. The biggest piece of good news for Brazil fans is that Neymar is healthy after suffering an injury against Serbia. He is capable of competing against South Korea.
After defeating Portugal, South Korea must be feeling particularly confident. Football is played quickly, excitingly, and aggressively by Korea, who also have a formidable defense. They frequently make mistakes in the middle of the field that could be fatal, but this is just how they prefer to play.
Brazil has faced South Korea seven times and has won six of those games. But they must recall the international friendly they lost to the hosts in 1999 in Seoul, 0-1.
After recovering from an injury, Neymar will be eager to make an impact to help his team advance. Hwang Hee-Chan, who scored an incredible goal against Portugal, will probably start at the head of South Korea’s line.
Date, Time & Venue
The Brazil vs. South Korea game will take place in Stadium 974, Doha, on December 6 at 1.00AM (Bangladesh time).
Even if South Korea will impress with their offensive, this will be the end of their road. Brazil will triumph 3–1.
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