Brazil qualifies for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 after defeating Colombia

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Brazil qualifies for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 after defeating Colombia

Brazil qualified FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022

Since the start of FIFA, there has never been a FIFA World Cup on the men’s side that didn’t include the Brazilian team. Recently the FIFA national team of Brazil also known as the giants of South America punched their tickets to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on Thursday night with a 1-0 win over Colombia at home.

Yesterday night the match placed between the Brazil team and Colombia team, it was a thrilling match and scoreless through the hour mark, but a Brazilian team national member Lucas Paqueta came through in the second half with a fortunate goal to earn Brazil a narrow but deserved victory. The Lyon attacker got into space and produced a solid shot, but it was one that David Ospina should have saved.

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Brazil Qualified For FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022

Brazil won against Colombia with 1-0 score

Which in result, Brazil became the first team in South America to qualify, as well as the first in the Western Hemisphere. They remain the only national team to have qualified for every single World Cup, due to which Brazil became the top 10-team group with 34 points from 12 games, nine clear of second-placed Argentina, and regarding the match the news is that it was feisty with neither side imposing themselves as it was a rainy surface at that day and in a physical game that produced 44 fouls and seven yellow cards. Brazil made a series of attack changes in the second half, introducing Matheus Cunha, Vinícius Jr and the Ajax winger Antony, but it took a moment of magic from Paquetá to decide the game, when he took a pass from Neymar and fired home from just inside the box.

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Long story short, in this match Brazil finished won with 16 shots to Colombia’s five while recording 64 percent of possession, with Los Cafeteros barely creating any danger, and if we consider the latest score and according to the latest development currently, Brazil is 18 points ahead of fourth-place Chile, which can add only 15 points from its five remaining matches. Sixth-place Uruguay can still total Brazil’s 34 points, but it will face Chile in the last round of qualifying, which makes it mathematically impossible for both of them to overtake the leader.  The top four teams in South America earn direct entry to the World Cup. Many Qatari’s and FIFA crazed people are looking forward to the upcoming matches.

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