Brazil vs. Serbia result, 2-0 win for the Samba boys as expected

Brazil forward Richarlison scored twice, including a superb swivelling volley, to help his country begin its quest for a sixth World Cup crown with a 2-0 win against Serbia to lead Group G.

Richarlison, spearheading a frightening four-pronged onslaught, drove home a rebound in the 62nd minute after Serbia goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic stopped an angled attempt from Vinicius Jr. after marauding work by Neymar. Richarlison’s second equaled some of the biggest goals in Brazil’s illustrious history.

He spun his body around to connect with his right foot and struck an incredible shot to send the Lusail Stadium fans wild, demonstrating why he is his country’s starting striker.

The striker has already scored nine goals for Brazil this season, ensuring that the tournament favorites got off to a flying start in Qatar.

Solid defensively in the first-half, but Serbia didn’t offer any sort of attacking threat all match.

No shots on target, the fourth side to do that at the tournament so far. Only five in total, which is worse than 28 sides managed in the first round of matches.

Brazil has not lost a World Cup group-stage match since 1998, when they were defeated by Norway.

Since then, it’s been 13 wins from 16 matches in the early stages… not bad.

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