It’s time for the decision for the Brazilian team. After losing to Cameroon last Friday, Brazil takes the field this Monday (5), at 4 pm (Brasília time), and faces South Korea, at the 974 Stadium, for the round of 16 of the World Cup. So, see where to watch and the likely lineups.
The Brazilian team was heading towards advancing in the leadership of Group G without suffering major scares, after beating Serbia and Switzerland, the other two best teams in the group. However, in the last round, with the reserve team, Tite’s team lost to Cameroon by 1-0, and was a goal from Switzerland to lose first place, and, consequently, take Portugal in the round of 16.
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Vinícius Júnior, Lucas Paquetá and company now face South Korea, in a draw that seems to have an “easy” path to the semifinal. But Tite’s team cannot underestimate the Asians, who surprised and left behind Uruguay and Ghana in their group.
The classification came in a dramatic way, after the team led by striker Son beat Portugal by 2-1 in the last round. The victory meant that Uruguay, who beat Ghana 2-0 with two goals from Arrascaeta, were eliminated. Brazil and Korea face each other again after a pre-world friendly, where the Canarinho team won 5-1.
Where to watch Brazil and Cameroon for the World Cup
The biggest football tournament in the world will be broadcast in the most diverse means of communication. Therefore, fans who want to watch the Brazilian National Team’s game will have the option to follow it on open and closed television and on streaming channels.
On open TV, the game will be broadcast by TV Globo, with the classic narration by Galvão Bueno, with comments by Júnior, Ana Thais Mattos and Roque Júnior. But Brazil and South Korea will also be broadcast on SporTV. For those who prefer to watch via mobile devices, you can access Cazé TV, on Twitch, Globoplay, or FIFA+, FIFA’s own streaming platform.
Brazil: Alisson, Éder Militão, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva and Danilo; Casemiro, Lucas Paquetá; Neymar, Vinícius Júnior, Raphinha and Richarlison.
South Korea: Kim Seung-gyu, Kim Moon-hwan, Kim Young-gwon, Kim Min-jae and Kim Jin-su. Jung Woo-Young, Hwang In-beom and Lee Jae-sung; Na Sang-ho, Son Heung-min and Hwang Ui-jo.
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