Brazil crushes Chile in Qatar World Cup qualifiers 2022


Brazil continued their domination of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers with a comfortable victory over Chile on Thursday.

Athletes controlled the area and caught the ball in the first half in Maracanã, but struggled to break down La Roja’s full and moral defense.

All that changed before the break when Mauricio Isla was unfairly challenged by Neymar hitting something high.

The Paris Saint-Germain striker hit the dust before rising and cooled off the ball by sending goalkeeper Claudio Bravo in the wrong way.

Chile were unhappy with the penalty kick, and it is possible that that played their part in Brazil doubling their advantage with a second goal in quick succession.

Antony selected Vinícius Júnior and the 21-year-old last held a shotgun at the legs of Bravo forward and scored his first goal for Seleção.

Arturo Vidal looked to have reduced Chile’s deficit shortly afterward, but a long VAR check concluded that the veteran midfielder was not offside when his replacement Joaquín Montecinos fell to the right.

Brazil received a second penalty when Bravo hit Antony in the area after the Ajax man tried to lure him.

Neymar allowed Philippe Coutinho to make the mark and Aston Villa on loan did not make a mistake from 12 yards out.

Richarlison was introduced late, and finished the goal with a fine finish with his left foot to score his 11th international goal.

This win kept Brazil undefeated and seven points ahead of Argentina.

Chile dropped to seventh place on the table, and it looks like they will miss the World Cup for the second time in a row.

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