Goals from different four players scored as Brazil thrashed Chile 4-0 in the World Cup qualifiers, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The match started brilliantly as both countries did well enough going forward and defending themselves.
Chile was good in the early stages which saw them being able to hold off their opponent who were pressing them very hard as it progressed.
Brazil had to wait very late in the first half to score the opening goal which came in the 44th minute through an amazing finish from the penalty spot by Neymar to make it 1-0.
Another goal followed immediately in the 45th minute plus additional time which saw Vinicius Junior scoring another one to make the scoreline 2-0.
The first half ended with Brazil taking a 2-0 advantage into the break against Chile who couldn’t stop the goals from being scored after 45 minutes played.
Second Half Report
The second half was good between them but it was still the home side getting the job done as their opponent was no match for them in terms of going forward and scoring goals.
Brazil carried on with their advantage which was looking well enough to help them finish the game as their opponent didn’t have much of an answer to give back.
Chile pushed on with nothing else in them to give after going down 2-0 in just the first half of the encounter which wasn’t a good one for them.
Philippe Coutinho scored in the 72nd minute of the encounter from the penalty spot to make the scoreline 3-0 after another foul forced the referee into awarding it.
Richarlison scored in the 90th minute plus additional time to make the scoreline 4-0 after an incredible teamwork effort.
The match ended with Brazil taking a 4-0 win against Chile after 90 minutes of football played at the FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
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