World Cup result: how Brazil beat Serbia 2-0 thanks to Richarlison’s goals

November 24, 2022 at 16:03 IS

Goodbye

That’s all for today guys. I hope you enjoyed the lighting as much as the football.

Brazil will take on Switzerland on Monday, which could be the deciding factor for the Group G winner after Switzerland’s 1-0 victory over Cameroon earlier today. Serbia will play Cameroon in a game that will be crucial for either side to qualify for the knockout stages.

Good Friday people.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:59 IS

neymar watch

Brazil will keep a close eye on Neymar in the coming days. He seemed to struggle as he pulled away and hobbled with his right boot off during the main whistle.

Laura Williamson

Laura Williamson·

EPL senior editor

November 24, 2022 at 15:55 IS

Full time | Brazil 2:0 Serbia

It was hard work for Brazil tonight. Serbia pushed them in the first half, but eventually their quality showed after the break. They look to build on this momentum until the end of their group games, while Serbia look to build on their strong play in the first half. Nice evening of football, even if it was a slow burn.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:53 IS

95m | The pace has slowed down

As expected, the game slowed down. Danilo struggled but Brazil used all their subs so he will have to stay.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:48 IS

91m | Added time

Seven minutes will be added. Gabriel Martinelli leaves for Brazil.

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Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:46 IS

Konga time!

There was a little conga celebration after the first goal and then jumping up and down in a tight circle after Richarlison scored a stunning second goal. What a brilliant goal it was; hitting with the outside of the boot, touching, and then spinning to score with that kind of force. Richarlison’s left arm almost touches the ground as he strikes it, and his right leg crosses his body and is nearly parallel to the floor.

Laura Williamson

Laura Williamson·

EPL senior editor

November 24, 2022 at 15:41 IS

84m | Serbia sub

Mitrovic replaced by Maksimović for Serbia. The focus is likely to be their next game against Cameroon on Monday.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:39 IS

82m | Samba Samba

Now it’s samba from Brazil. They are in cruise control and Jesus sends the ball beautifully towards Casemiro outside the penalty area. He sends it to the crossbar before Rodrigo can parry the blow.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:38 IS

More Brazilian Subs

Richarlison is replaced by Gabriel Jesus. His two goals tie him with Bukayo Saka for most World Cup goals so far.

Neymar has also been replaced by Anthony. He was on the floor before the change but was able to get away. Nothing should be too serious.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:33 IS

Brazil submarines

Now Fred replaces Lucas Paquetu in the Brazil national team. The substitution had to take place before the goal.

Rodrido also replaces Vincius Junior. Brazil’s most constant nighttime threat.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:31 IS

74m | Brazil 2-0 Serbia – Richarlison!

Great, great, great finish from Richarlison. Vinicius shoots the ball into the box, controls it in the air and hits a volley on the turn.

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Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:29 IS

72m | Serbia answer

Almost two big chances for Serbia as a corner is thrown at the post but they fail to make the right contact. Then Sergej Milinkovic-Savic heads, but Brazil goes wide. Dusan Vlahovic is now on to helping their cause.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:27 IS

Anxious atmosphere

It’s been a busy first hour for both sets of fans this evening… It can go on with one goal and only 20 minutes of play.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:22 IS

65m | Lukic booked

The pace is starting to pick up as Lukic has been booked for Serbia. Called for dissent after Casemiro fouled Tadic.

This turns out to be Lukic’s last act as Grujic replaces him.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:20 IS

63m | Brazil 1-0 Serbia – Richarlison!

Brazil’s late dominance pays off! Neymar slides into the box before Vincius shoots with his dribbling. The ball hits the six-meter penalty area, where Richarlison scores the ball into the goal.

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Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:18 IS

60 m | Brazil hit the post

The ball goes to Alex Sandro about 30-35 yards from the net and he gets it. A furious shot, he knocks down the post, but no one can reach the ricochet.

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Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:16 IS

59m | Submarines and Serbian attacks

Booked Živkovic and Gudel are replaced by Ilic and Radonic, Serbia earns a corner.

Tadić shoots but Brazil is able to header before winning the goal kick.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:13 IS

The look of the Brazilian cavalry

Brazil’s attack is starting to gain momentum, but can any of the substitutes show a little more edge?

Vinicius had just framed Neymar again, but his shot missed.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:08 IS

51m | Neymar starts cooking?

Neymar is back on stage. Receives the ball halfway and heads into the Serbian box. Gudel has no choice but to knock him down and is punished for his troubles. Neymar stands over the free kick and his shot hits the wall before going away for a corner.

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Art by Rocher·

Junior Writer, Arsenal

November 24, 2022 at 15:04 IS

46m | Brazil Chance

Instant chance for Brazil as Milinkovic-Savic throws a risky pass that gets caught by Rafinha. However, the goalkeeper responds well and saves Rafinha for the second time that evening.

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