There is no stopping the Brazilian Samba. After an unexpected defeat against Cameroon, Brazil fans were quiet for some time. However, they came in strong into their pre-quarterfinals match against South Korea.
Latin American giants against their match in South Korea started scoring from the 7th minute of the half with Vinicius Jr. Then Tite’s Brazil squad went on to make a statement to make the other teams aware about their squad.
Even though fans are somewhat worried as their backup striker Gabriel Jesus and the only backup left back Allex Telles are probably out from this World Cup. However, that did not stopped the team from thrashing South Korea who infact pulled one of the greatest upset in the Group Stage by beating Portugal.
Brazil Kept The Samba Alive On The Field As They Danced Through To The Next Round:
Brazil’s 4 first-half goals by Vinicius Jr., Neymar Jr. on a penalty brilliantly earned by Richalison, followed by Richalison himself and finally a sublimely placed finish by Paqueta, showed him the way to the World Cup quarter finals.
However, even though Korea has been incredibly poor with their defence in the first half was trying to create a comeback again with amazing build-ups in the second half. However, the Selecao defence stood tall in front of the Korean attack, and despite conceding one they did not allow much.
Despite how vulnerable the Korean defense was, selecao’s first 45 minutes of the Tournament were a true football spectacular that embodied anything that has caused Brazil a nation to be respected and feared throughout the years.
Brazil greeted every one of its 4 goals in style, which featured some well timed coordinated dancing. For the 3rd goal, Richarlison also persuaded head football coach Tite to participate in the “pigeon dance.”