Brazil 4-1 South Korea highlights, FIFA World Cup Round of 16: Neymar, Richarlison among scorers in Selecao goal-fest; BRA to face Croatia in quarters

Highlights of the Brazil vs South Korea FIFA World Cup Round of 16 match from Stadium 974.

Lucas Paqueta of Brazil celebrates with Neymar after scoring the team’s fourth goal during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea at Stadium 974.

Lucas Paqueta of Brazil celebrates with Neymar after scoring the team’s fourth goal during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea at Stadium 974. | Photo Credit: Alex Pantling/Getty Images

Highlights of the Brazil vs South Korea FIFA World Cup Round of 16 match from Stadium 974.

Welcome to Sportstar’s highlights of the Brazil vs South Korea FIFA World Cup Round of 16 match from Stadium 974.

FULL-TIME!!

Brazil qualifies for the quarterfinals with a comprehensive 4-1 victory against South Korea in the Round of 16 clash. It will face Croatia in the quarterfinals.

90+3’

Shot- Dani Alves goes for a shot from distance but it is a weak effort and the ball rolls out of play.

90+2’

Richarlison trying to create something from the left but he is crowded out and loses the ball eventually.

90’

Four minutes added at the end of the second-half!!

89’

Martinelli finds Alves at the far-post with an accurate cross from the left. Alves goes for goal with a scissor-kick but his shot is blocked by a Korea player and goes out of play for a Brazil corner.

86’

Seung-Gyu Kim almost has an embarrassing moment as he plays himself into trouble. Richarlison and Martinelli close him down inside the box when he rushes a clearance. South Korea manages to hold on.

83’

Hee-Chan Hwang passes the ball to Ui-Jo Hwang. The latter shoots from a near-impossible angle and misses the target horribly.

80’

Brazil sub: IN- Weverton, Rodrygo OUT- Alisson, Neymar

76’

GOOOALLL!!! SOUTH KOREA PULLS ONE BACK!! PAIK SEUNG-HO SCORES!! Goal of the tournament contender, folks. A free-kick inside the Brazil box is headed away and the ball falls straight to Paik. He has a look and dispatches a bullet of a shot to find the net from distance.

74’

South Korea sub: IN- Lee Kang-in OUT- Lee Jae-sung

71’

Brazil sub: IN- Martinelli, Bremer OUT- Danilo, Vinicius Jr

68’

Save- Son shoots at goal after pouncing on the loose ball. Alisson gets down well to make the save. Cho then tries to hit it but could not balance himself. Son shoots again and is denied by Alisson. Eventually, the referee raises his flag for offside

65’

Almost five For Brazil - Raphinha makes a wonderful run down the right flank and cutsback for Richalison to take the shot. However, the latter falls over the ball due to losing his balance and cannot take the shot.

65’

South Korea sub: IN- Seung-Ho Paik OUT-  In-Beom Hwang

Some big names present in the VIP box today!! Legends for Brazil!! They surely are relishing this!!

Roberto Carlos, Cafu and Ronaldo are seen in the stand prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea

Roberto Carlos, Cafu and Ronaldo are seen in the stand prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea | Photo Credit: Michael Steele/Getty Images

63’

Brazil sub: IN- Dani Alves OUT- Militao

62’

Raphinha shoots at the near-post by getting past his marker inside the box but it is saved well by Kim.

61’

The incessant pressing by Brazil has definitely stopped, considering players will want to remain relatively fresh but the Selecao still look dangerous everytime they go on an attacking move.

58’

Raphinha’s freekick takes a deflection off the Korean wall and goes out for a corner.

Korea had a chance to break on the counter through Son but he is stopped in his tracks.

55’

Raphinha cuts in and tries to place his shot inside the net by opening up his feet. But it is a good save by the Korean keeper. The ball is just kept in by Neymar and he passes the ball to Vinicius. Vinicius shoots at the near post but cannot keep his effort on target.

54’

Raphinha tries to find Neymar with a cross from the left but it is headed by the Korea’s backline.

50’

South Korea tries to create something down the right flank but Vinicius is back there to make a timely interception and break the attacking move of South Korea.

47’

Heung-Min son with a rare shot at goal for South Korea but sees his shot saved by Alisson. It is a corner to South Korea.

Nothing comes from the resulting corner.

46’

Brazil on the attack right from the start of the second half. Richarlison finds himself in the box and tries to cut in and shoot. But he cannot get his shot away.

SECOND-HALF!!

Brazil starts the second-half with a 4-0 lead against South Korea.

HALF-TIME!!

We are halfway through and Brazil is relishing a 4-0 lead against Korea at the break.

45+4’

Close- Brazil almost scoring its fifth goal. South Korea opened up by another counter-attack. Richarlison sprints down thee right and shoots at goal. The keeper makes the save and the rebound was almost put inside the goal by Neymar.

45’

Five minutes added at the end of the first-half!!

45’

Another counter-attack by Brazil and for a moment it seemed like Brazil would score its fifth. Raphinha slips a deft pass to Paqueta who shoots at the near-post but sees his shot saved.

44’

Booking: Jung Wooyoung sees a yellow for his mistimed challenge on Raphinha.

42’

Marquinhos clashes with Son and the latter has come off worse in the coming together. For a moment, it looked like he has hurt his face but it is nothing serious. He readjusts his mask and continues with play.

39’

Hwang feels he was brought down inside the box and asks for a penalty but gets no sympathy from the referee.

36’

GOOOALLL!!! BRAZIL WITH ITS FOURTH!! LUCAS PAQUETA JOINS THE PARTY!! Brazil with another brilliant counter-attack. Vinicius has acres of green space ahead of him to make a darting run down the left. He lobs the ball in the centre of the box and Paqueta lashes the ball inside the net with a first-time finish.

34’

Shot- Brazil believes anything will go in for them right now and why not? Casemiro takes a first-time shot from outside the box but cannot keep his effort on target.

29’

GOOOALLL!! BRAZIL GETS ITS THIRD GOAL!! RICHARLISON SCORES!! Brazil is blowing away South Korea and has almost killed the game off in the first-half. It is a brilliant team goal by Brazil. Thiago Silva threads a superb pass to split the Korean defence open. Richarlison times his run well, gets the ball and puts the ball inside the net. Richarlison started the attack himself, by keeping the ball under pressure.

27’

Vinicius Jr causing trouble again on the left flank. He tries to cut inside and penetrate the Korean defence but is crowded out and loses possession.

24’

Militao finds Vinicius with a brilliant diagonal. Vinicius passes the ball to Casemiro who swings a cross inside the box. But Kim Seung-gyu comes out and punches the ball away.

21’

South Korea tries to build up an attack patiently but Brazil’s defence is too compact. Kim Jin-su tries to cross the ball inside the box from the left but is pressured into playing the ball out.

17’

Save: Hwang lines up a shot from distance which forces a brilliant save from Alisson. He caught the shot really well and the ball was creeping under the top-right corner

14’

A warm moment is shared between Neymar and Alex Telles as the former goes and hugs the latter. Telles was recently ruled out of the World Cup through injury.

13’

GOOOALLLL!! NEYMAR SCORES FROM THE SPOT FOR BRAZIL’S SECOND!! He takes a stuttering run up and calmly strokes it into the bottom-right corner.

11’

PENALTY!! RICHARLISON IS BROUGHT DOWN INSIDE THE BOX BY JUNG WOO- YOUNG!! Richarlison looked to make a bursting run inside the box and is brought down by Jung’s trailing leg.

7’

GOOOALLL!!! BRAZIL TAKES THE LEAD!! VINICIUS JR SCORES!! Raphinha does well to keep the ball on the right flank. He then finds Vinicius at the far-post who had ample time and space to stroke the ball into the net.

3’

Richarlison and Neymar tries to pierce the Korean defence by playing a one-two near Korea’s penalty area but the Korean defence is alert enough to intercept the ball.

1’

South Korea looks to get on the attack right from the starting whistle but the assistant referee raises his flag for offside.

KICK-OFF!!

Brazil and South Korea kicks-off its Round of 16 clash at Stadium 974.

The Black Pearl!!

Brazil fans hold a banner showing support for former Brazil player Pele prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea at Stadium 974 on December 05, 2022, in Doha, Qatar.

Brazil fans hold a banner showing support for former Brazil player Pele prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea at Stadium 974 on December 05, 2022, in Doha, Qatar. | Photo Credit: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images

In case you missed it!!

All the way from India!!

Brazil fans from Kerala, India ahead of the match.

Brazil fans from Kerala, India ahead of the match. | Photo Credit: Ayon Sengupta

STAT ATTACK!!

  • ⦿ This will be the eighth meeting between Brazil and South Korea, and the first-ever competitive meeting between the two sides. Brazil has won six of the seven previous matches, most recently 5-1 win in June.
  • ⦿ South Korea has never beaten a South American side at the World Cup, drawing twice and losing four times.
  • ⦿ Brazil has won four of its last 10 World Cup matches (W5 D1) - its previous four defeats in the competition were spread across 36 matches (W26 D6).
  • ⦿ Brazil has progressed from each of its last seven Round of 16 matches at the World Cup.

The wait is over!! NEYMAR JR TIME BRAZIL FANS!!

Brazil vs South Korea Starting Lineups!!
Brazil: Becker(GK), Militao, Marquinhos, Silva(C), Danilo; Paqueta, Casemiro; Raphinho, Neymar, Vinicius Jr, Richarlison
South Korea: Seung-Gyu Kim, Kin-Su Kim, Young-Gwon Kim, Min-Jae Kim, Moon-Hwan Kim; Woo-Young Jung, In0Beom Hwang; Heung-Min Son, Jae-Sung Lee, Hee-Chan Hwang, Gue-Sung Cho

Match preview

Brazil making it to the knockout rounds of a World Cup is no surprise. A loss to Cameroon in its last group game didn’t stop the Selecao from making it past the group stage for the ninth consecutive edition.

The Brazilian journalists, however, are not too pleased with Tite’s “lack of respect for the tournament and other teams” in fielding nine new starters in that game.

That fringe Brazil side created many chances, but the goal was missing as those auditioning for a starting role gave a masterclass in wastefulness. Brazil doctor Rodrigo Lasmar has worked the hardest in Qatar as the team continues to worry about fitness of Neymar. The good doctor, however, has indicated that Neymar might be fit to play, recovering well enough from the ankle injury that he had suffered in the first game. Tite, was more forthcoming, vehemently saying “yes” when asked if Neymar will play during his pre-match press conference.

However, the Brazilians will miss Gabriel Jesus and Alex Telles as both men are out of the tournament with knee problems. While Richarlison, already the scorer of a wonder goal, will be leading the attack, Telles’ withdrawal and the recurrent hip problem of Alex Sandro might cause a problem for Tite for the left-back position. But the philosophical Brazilian manager has always asked us to focus on all his 26 and not individual players. “Brazil has 26 great athletes. We do not call them starting players or reserves. They are all players.” he had said.

South Korea, too, has been plagued by injuries. Tottenham’s Son Heung-min miraculously recovered from a facial fracture to play in Qatar with a Zorro face mask, and Hwang Hee-chan, whose goal took Korea through, has also struggled with a hamstring strain.

Brazil was last knocked out in the Round of 16 by a Claudio Caniggia strike in 1990, and the Taegeuk Warriors’ last progress beyond this round came in the 2002 World Cup on home soil. But history has never mattered in a World Cup, more so in this one in Qatar.

-Ayon Sengupta

Head-to-head record

Played: 7

Brazil wins: 6

Draw: 0

South Korea wins: 1

Brazil vs South Korea match history
12 Aug 1995 Korea Republic v Brazil W 0-1 International Friendly
10 Aug 1997 Korea Republic v Brazil W 1-2 Nike World Tour
28 Mar 1999 Korea Republic v Brazil L 1-0 International Friendly
20 Nov 2002 Korea Republic v Brazil W 2-3 International Friendly
12 Oct 2013 Korea Republic v Brazil W 0-2 International Friendly
19 Nov 2019 Brazil v Korea Republic W 3-0 International Friendly
02 Jun 2022 Korea Republic v Brazil W 1-5 International Friendly

Brazil vs South Korea predicted XI

Brazil predicted XI Alisson(GK); Militao, Marquinhos, Silva, Danilo; Paqueta, Casemiro, Neymar; Raphinha, Richarlison, Vinicius Jr

South Korea predicted XI: Seung-gyu(GK); Moon-hwan, Kyung-won, Young-gwon, Jin-su; In-beom, Woo-young; Hee-chan, Kang-in, Heung-min; Gue-sung

When and where to watch

When will the Brazil vs South Korea Round of 16 match kick-off?

The Brazil vs South Korea Round of 16 match will kick-off at 12:30AM IST, December 6.

Where will the Brazil vs South Korea Round of 16 match kick-off?

The Brazil vs South Korea Round of 16 match will kick-off at Stadium 974.

Where can you watch the Brazil vs South Korea Round of 16 match in India?

The Brazil vs South Korea Round of 16 match will be telecasted live on Sports18 and Sports18 HD. On Android and well as iOS, the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be live streamed on JioCinema.

Where can you watch the Brazil vs South Korea Round of 16 match outside India?

Argentina – Live Stream: Telemundo

United States – TV: FOX, Telemundo; Live Stream: fuboTV, Fox Sports app, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo

Canada – TV: CTV, TSN; Live Stream: fuboTV, TSN app

United Kingdom – TV: BBC One; Live Stream: BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Website

Australia – TV: SBS; Live Stream: SBS On Demand

New Zealand – TV: Sky Sports; Live Stream: Sky Sport

Malaysia – TV: RTM, Astro; Live Stream: Astro Go

Singapore – TV: Mediacorp Channel 5; Live Stream: StarHub TV+, IPTV, Singtel TV

Hong Kong – TV: BeIN Sports, ITV; Live Stream: Now TV, ViuTV

Nigeria – SuperSport and Showmax Pro.

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