The Brazilian national team showed their superiority over South Korea by winning the match between the two teams with a score of 4-1 in the round of 16 match of the 2022 World Cup at Stadium 974, Doha, Qatar, Tuesday morning WIB.
Brazil's winning goals came from Vinicius Junior, Neymar, Richarlison and Lucas Paqueta in the first half, while South Korea reduced the deficit through Paik Seung-ho in the second half, according to FIFA records.
This victory led Brazil to qualify for the next round and will face Croatia in the 2022 World Cup quarter-finals on Friday (9/12).
In the first half, Brazil took the initiative to attack first and were able to take the lead in the 7th minute through a goal scored by Vinicius Junior so the score changed to 1-0.
Brazil had a golden opportunity to add to their advantage after striker Richarlison was fouled by South Korean midfielder Jung Woo-young in the forbidden box.
Neymar, who had just returned to defend the Selecao, stepped up as an executioner and successfully carried out his job by sending the ball into the lower right corner of the South Korean goal so that the score changed to 2-0 in the 13th minute.
Behind two goals, South Korea tried to catch up and had a chance to threaten through Hwang Hee-chan, but this opportunity was broken by Alisson.
Brazil had the upper hand in the 29th minute after recording their third goal of the match through Richarlison who took advantage of a Thiago Silva cross and the score changed to 3-0.
Tite's squad continued to feast on goals against South Korea, this time it was Lucas Paqueta who scored in the 36th minute so the score changed to 4-0. The score lasted until halftime.
In the second half, South Korea took the initiative to attack first and threatened through Son Heung-min's kick, but the ball was still pushed over by Alisson.
Brazil pressed back, this time through efforts made by Vinicius and Raphinha, but this opportunity was still broken by the South Korean defense.
Paulo Bento's squad was able to reduce the lag through midfielder Paik Seung-ho's hard kick which Alisson was unable to contain so that the score changed to 1-4 in the 76th minute.
In the remaining time of the second half, neither Brazil nor South Korea scored any more goals so that the score remained 4-1 for the Samba team's victory.