Everton forward Richarlison score a hat trick as Brazil beat 10 man Germany 4-2 in the Olympics 2021 men football competition, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was a one side first half which saw the Brazilians youngster getting the job done as they scored more than once with a nice display from them.
Richarlison opened the scoring for Brazil in the 7th minutes after a nice buildup from play saw the Everton forward converting neatly to make the scoreline 1-0.
Germany were reckless in defending as they conceded another goal yet again in the 22nd minute of the game as Richarlison made it count 2-0 with assistance coming from Matheus Cunha.
More from the home team who made sure they are unstoppable with them making it 3-0 in the 30th minute with Richarlison making it his hat-trick.
Matheus Cunha could have made it 4-0 but unfortunately he missed a penalty give to him as the first half ended with Brazil 3-0 Germany as they both headed for the break.
Second Half Report
The second half was the Germans doing more than they did in the first 45 minutes of the game which saw them conceding nonstop.
Germany pulled one back in the 57th minute thanks to a stunner from Nadiem Amiri who made the scoreline 3-1 with his nicely converted goal.
When things were beginning to shape out against Brazil in the second half, Arnold was shown a second yellow card which saw the Germans reduced to 10.
Although that didn’t stop them as Ragnar Ache scored another goal in the 83rd minute to make it 3-2 as they pushed forward ensuring they made things happen.
It was far too late for a comeback by the away side as Paulinho was able to extend the less further to 4-2 during the last few minutes of added time.
The game came to an end with Brazil 4-2 Germany, as the home side claimed all three points to stay top of the table in the men’s category of football for 2021 Olympic Games.
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