The Match Highlight: This has to be Serbia’s most important game of the tournament. After this game, they’ll either be through to the next round or have to get the point against their opponents. Switzerland will hope to make it out of the group stage at the World Cup on Friday when they take on Serbia. Switzerland has a win and a loss going into the final group-stage match. They defeated Cameroon 1-0 but lost to Brazil 1-0. (Sat, Dec 3, 2022, 1:00) Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Qatar. Ref: Fernando Andrés Rapallini.

Serbia and Switzerland met in a key 2018 FIFA World Cup matchup. Xherdan Shaqiri saved the day with an injury-time goal that helped the Swiss to a 2-1 upset victory. Serbia has difficulty playing in the World Cup, conceding at least twice in their games. A tomorrow Switzerland victory would mean they reach the knockout stages in this year’s World Cup. They played their final group game for four consecutive participations (W2 D2).

FULL TIME: Serbia 2-3 Switzerland

Key Moments:  Shaqiri, Embolo, and Freuler scored for Switzerland.

Mitrovic and Vlahovic scored for Serbia

  Serbia  Switzerland
Winner/Loser Lost Won
Goal 2 3
Assists   Shaqiri
Ball Possession 54% 46%
Big Chances 1 5
Passes 532 586
Accurate Passes 343(80%) 287(77%)
Total Shots (On Target) 4 6
Foul 17 10
Yellow Card 5 2
Red Card 0 0
Offside 0 0
Corner 2 0
Keeper Saves 3 2
Player Of The Match  

Xherdan Shaqiri

Point Table Of Group (G) Of World Cup

Team Play Goal Difference Points
Brazil 3 +3 6
Switzerland 3 0                 6
Cameroon 3 -1 4
Serbia 3 -2 1

Switzerland came out much more aggressive in the second half against Brazil than they had in the first 45 minutes. They only managed to get three shots on goal throughout the entire match, but made up for it by getting five in the second half of play. The Swiss only had four shots on goal in the first half of any game at this World Cup (and two were saved) and were third-lowest in that statistic among all competing teams.

Aleksandar Mitrovic is the only player to have scored more than one World Cup goal for his country – he’s scored seven goals in his last six appearances for Serbia.Dusan Tadic has been involved in eight goals in the last eight games for Serbia. He has two goals and six assists, including an assist in their last game against Cameroon. So the final score is Serbia 2-3 Switzerland

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