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2022 World Cup: Brazil Outclass South Korea, Book Quarter-Finals Berth

2022 World Cup: Brazil Outclass South Korea, Book Quarter-Finals Berth

Brazil have booked a place in the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup after outclassing South Korea 4-1 in the round of 16 on Monday.

Vinicius Jr opened the scoring in the eighth minute of the game when he fired home from inside the penalty area.

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Neymar then added the second from the penalty spot, before Richarlison scored one of the goals of the tournament to make it three.

Lucas Paqueta got in on the act before the half-time break, volleying in Vinicius Jr’s lobbed assist.

Brazil took their foot off the gas in the second period but still went close through Raphinha before substitute Paik Seung-Ho struck a sensational consolation for the Koreans 13 minutes from time.

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    I never lost a match by 4-0 to any team, during my five years as coach of Nigeria” – Gernot Rohr

    Date: December 3, 2022Author: Admin0
    Erstwhile Nigeria coach, Gernot Rohr has openly criticised Nigeria’s performance against Portugal in a friendly in November.

    The three-times African champions, led by Jose Peseiro were shambolic on the night, in Lisbon. Super Eagles started the game on a low note and despite improving later, they could not stop Bruno Fernandes from scoring a brace while Goncalo Ramos and Joao Mario scored once each.

    Things went from bad to worse for Nigeria on the night, when Emmanuel Dennis missed a penalty to reduce the deficit. Peseiro admitted his team will have to improve to stand a chance of winning the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.

    Reacting to the defeat, former Franco – German coach, Gernot Rohr said : “I watched the game against Portugal in Lisbon. I didn’t recognise my players at all. I wasn’t happy with how they played and the result. I never lost a match 4-0 to any team, during my five years as coach, he said to Osasu Obayiuwana.”

    “Losing 4-0 was too much, we didn’t start well in the first half, we didn’t show good organisation and we didn’t pressure the opponent. It’s true the opponent has too much quality but like I said the first half was not good but the second half was much better,” Peseiro said to NFF TV after the game.