Brazil vs. South Korea Highlights | 2022 FIFA World Cup

Brazil vs. South Korea Highlights | 2022 FIFA World Cup

Brazil and South Korea squared off in the knockout stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Brazil dominated from the opening whistle. Vinícius Júnior scored in the 7th minute. Then Richarlison was fouled in the box, leading to a Neymar PK in the 13th. Richarlison would score a goal of his own in the 29th minute followed by Lucas Paquetá in the 36th minute. South Korea would show some life after Paik Seung-Ho scored on a laser beam goal from outside the box. Brazil would win by the 4-1 final. Brazil advances to the quarterfinals for their eighth consecutive World Cup.

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Brazil vs. South Korea Highlights | 2022 FIFA World Cup

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44 Responses

  1. FOX Soccer says:

    Will Neymar break Pelé’s national team record for goals scored this World Cup?

  2. Andrew An says:

    Brazil never underestimated their underdog counterpart, stacking on defense the entire game. Immaculate defense leading to killer transitions.

    • Lvyl says:

      @Avocaza what did he say?

    • fernando sarmento says:

      @Vittorio Luchi so many people jealous of the Brazilian national team….. I think I know why 🏆 🏆 🏆 🏆 🏆 🏆 😮

    • Marianne B says:

      @Vittorio Luchi I don’t understand why I keep reading these dumb comments from people saying “Brazil is an arrogant team”. Why do you think that??? Because they happen to LOVE soccer and are good at what they do??? So they should be punished for that??? You people are just ridiculous.

    • jamesc says:

      As a Korean, I was hoping that the Brazilians would underestimate Korea, especially since they beat us 5-1 a few months back in a friendly match. But Thiago Silva’s interview before the match made me realize that they’re not underestimating us at all.

    • Vittorio Luchi says:

      No. But, Brazil is an arrogant team. They think FiFA owe them a WC trophy.

      Hopefully, the will get eliminated or at least lose the final.

      It would be nice to see a few other teams break their legs for their arrogance.

  3. EPW says:

    As a brazilian I want to congratulate south koreans and Japanese for such an incredible run this world cup. Putting their best effort in, very worthy opponents and no one thought they would get as far as they did. Also, the most respectful and honorable players and fans in the whole tournament. See you guys next time!

  4. B H says:

    As a Korean, I think the Korean team should be proud for what they achieved this World Cup. They finally made it to the Round of 16 after 2010, and their overall play was a significant upgrade from their former selves. This year’s Brazil team is incredible (even for Brazil), and even when Korea was losing 4-0 they kept going and got on the scoreboard.

    There are still ways to go for them, but this was a giant step forward. A big applause for the Korean team, and I’ll be rooting for Brazil from this point on.

  5. Ryan Kanungo says:

    You can’t help but smile and enjoy the match when Brazil plays. Well done to South Korea on a great tournament!

  6. Mathieu Guillet says:

    The third and fourth goals for Brazil were utterly beautiful. Football at its finest.

  7. NewCardCollector says:

    Respect to the Korean team, like one of the commentators were saying, it took a lot of hard work for them to get to this point, and they kept playing hard the whole game. The Brazilian team is just incredible

  8. Kj Yi says:

    As a South Korean, I still have to admit that Brazils 3rd goal was absolutely world class!
    Good luck to all the teams left 💪

  9. Cyber Evil says:

    Korea played a completely clean game. In a knockout phase, they could have played with the intention of hurting the Brazilian players, but they played the most honest game I’ve seen so far, no hard tackle, no stomp, no mean attitude. They showed excellent sportsmanship on the field and for this reason, earned everyone’s respect.

  10. Linxto says:

    Considering this is the first time in the tournament where the Brazilian starting lineup got scored on, I have to give respect to South Korea for how hard they fought the entire time. Bummer that we don’t get to see more of them this year. Congrats Brazil! Rooting for you!

    • Jeremiah Shea says:

      @Starmont Fortune Sure, credit is due to anyone who can score against Brazil. Congrats- but SK is still the only team to have scored on their starting lineup.

    • Starmont Fortune says:

      So the additional of a few more players makes it a starting lineup on 11 person team? Players play the team that is in front of them. And Brazil has an embarrassment of riches, their B team alone can qualify and play in this world cup. Let’s give credit to all the teams that scored against Brazil and played well against them rather than charity pick reasons to make the South Korean’s standout.

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