Neymar made an assist and scored as Brazil beat Peru 2-0 in their World Cup qualifications match which saw Everton Ribeiro on target, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter was where all the fun was as the Brazilians did what they were known to always do when it comes to playing good football.
The first 10 minutes of the game was evenly balanced as Peru were good enough to stand against their opponent who were unable to break them down easily.
Brazil had to wait until the 14th minute of the encounter which saw Everton Ribeiro making it 1-0 after an amazing display saw Neymar providing the assist for the goal.
The match continued to produce more opportunities for both teams who had so much to do going forward as everything tightened up more from the two ends.
Neymar was able to double the lead to 2-0 in the 40th minute which saw the Paris Saint Germain forward ensuring his finish was top notch to make the scoreline favoring them more.
The first half of the encounter carried on until the referee ended thing with Brazil 2-0 Peru as they both headed for the break with an advantage over to the Brazilians.
Second Half Report
The second half was evenly balanced as nothing could separate them despite all the opportunities created by the two teams going forward.
Brazil had all the dominance going forward while their chances were much but none looked to be going in despite everything they put in attacking.
It was looking good for Peru who had to figure things out in their defense too late as they already conceded twice in the first half if the encounter which was poor.
Nothing could come by as the game entered into the last 10 minutes of play with the Peruvians creating more shot off target as they were hoping to get something.
The match finally ended with Brazil 2-0 Peru as the Brazilians claimed another three points which kept them top of the group of qualifiers for the next World Cup in Qatar.
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