Brazil vs Serbia Match Report | Highlight, Key Moments, Winner, Loser

The highlight of the Match: Brazil won both of their previous encounters with Serbia, including their most recent match at the last FIFA World Cup. It was a 2-0 victory in June of 2018, and the other game was a 1-0 win back in 2014. They will start their 2022 campaign with Serbia in their opening match. (Fri, Nov 25, 2022, 1:00) Lusail Iconic Stadium, Doha, Qatar. Ref: Alireza Faghani.

Brazil will be participating in its 22nd FIFA World Cup since 1930. This will be the only country to have taken part in all 22 editions of the World Cup. Brazil has not lost a World Cup group game in the last 15 years, with 12 wins and three draws. The national team’s most recent defeat dates back to 1998 when they lost against Norway in their group stage game. 

Serbia has been in the running for almost every FIFA World Cup since 2006. They have qualified for four of the last five tournaments, only failing to qualify for the 2014 tournament. However, Serbia has also had a few setbacks during this stretch.

For example, they have lost 7 of their last nine matches in World Cups (the most by any European team), with Australia being the only country to lose more than eight games. Here are the Highlights Of the Portugal Vs. Ghana World Cup 2022 Match.

1′ Good Pass

The crowd is quickly on its feet as Ricardo Raphinha easily gets by Pavlazovic and drives a cross from the right that is cleared at the near post.

7′ Yellow Card

Davor Povlovic fouled Neymar in the back. Got Yellow Card

8′ Good Attack

Milinkovic-Savic tries to run into Marquinhos’ box, but Marquinhos immediately stops him.

9′ Brazil Attack

Casemiro’s fantastic pass reaches Neymar in the box. He controls it well and tries to take a shot, but he can’t get around all the defenders.

12′ Stats

Brazil has won each of their two previous matches against Serbia, both at the FIFA World Cup. The first was a 2-0 victory in a group stage play in 2018. The other was a 1-0 win in a friendly game back in June 2014.

26′ Counter Attack

Serbia has a chance! Brazil loses possession, and Tadic pounces, crossing it in for Mitrovic. Alisson jumps over and catches the ball before it can reach the Serbian striker’s head.

28′ Big Chance

This would have been one of the best chances Brazil could have had, but Serbia came up with a big save. Silva sent in a great through ball, but Milinkovic-Savic got low and swiped the ball away from Vinicius’s feet. What a fantastic save!

33′ Neymar Attack

As Neymar tries to keep possession of the ball, Lukic skids in from behind to take him down.

35′ Huge Chance

Brazil has a chance to score. Raphinha gets the ball in the box after he completes a one-two with Paqueta, but his shot is off, and it’s an easy save.

39′ Stats

including 2022, Serbia has now qualified for four of the last five FIFA World Cup tournaments. They failed to qualify in 2014, but since 2006, they have lost seven of nine World Cups matches. However, this is a higher number than any European nation lost in that time.

41′ Big Chance

With the keeper out of position, a big chance for Brazil. Luka Milenkovic reaches a ball over the top and kicks it against his chest, giving Vinicius a breakaway on goal. Milenkovic recovers quickly with an acrobatic tackle.

54′ Good Attack

Brazil continues to press, with a fantastic last-ditch tackle from Pavlovic. He timed it perfectly, as it could have easily been given as a penalty.

60′ Rocket Shot

Wow. Sandro ripped a powerful shot from almost 30 yards out, but it just wasn’t enough and cracked off the crossbar.

62′ GOAL

Finally, the first goal of the game goes to Brazil. Richarlison makes it happen for the Brazilians with a 1st-minute opener. Neymar maneuvers through a slew of Serbian defenders within the box before finding his teammate Vinicius, who drills a ferocious shot into the back of the net after the keeper saves his initial attempt. Later, Spurs striker Harry Kane nets an easy tap-in off a rebound from Vinicius’ initial shot.

73′ GOAL

Brazil 2, Serbia Zero. Richarlison Gets His Second Goal Of The Game. It all started with a cross into the box to give him the ball in a great position. His one touch with his right foot brings the ball up before he strikes a sensational bicycle kick volley into the back of the net! What a goal.

81′ Hit The Post

Twenty minutes later, Casemiro curls a shot from outside the box, but it goes just wide.

87’ Nice Shot Off the Bar

Antony takes a fantastic touch and winds up a shot, but Rodrygo just slides it wide and fails to hit the target. 

FULL TIME: Brazil 2-0 Serbia

Key Moments: 

62 Minutes of 2nd Half: Richarlison Scored from the good position.

73 Minutes of 2nd Half: Richarlison Again. This time a magnificent Volley. The score is 2-0 for Brazil.

Brazil Serbia
Winner/Loser Won Lost
Goal 2 0
Assists Vinicious JR
Ball Possession 59% 41%
Big Chances 2 0
Passes 571 399
Accurate Passes 496(87%) 317(79%)
Total Shots (On Target) 8 0
Fouls 6 12
Yellow Card 0 3
Red Card 0 0
Offside 1 0
Corner 6 4
Keeper Saves 0 6
Player Of The Match Richarlison

Point table of Group (G) after this match

Team Play Goal Difference Points
Brazil 1   +2 3
Serbia 1 -2 0
Switzerland 1 +1 3
Cameroon 1 -1 0

Brazil certainly had more of the ball and better chances in the first half, but Serbia did well to defend against them. Raphinha will regret that he didn’t score when he had a great chance after some good work between himself and Paqueta. 

If the score stays like it is now, Brazil and Serbia will be in second and third place respectively in Group G. Earlier today, Switzerland managed to come out victorious against Cameroon with 1-0.

In the 2nd half, Richarlison Brace seals the victory for brazil. One magnificent volley goal from Richarlison so far, the best goal of the tournament. So the final score is Brazil 2-0 Serbia. Brazil stands at the top in the point table of group G.

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