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FIFA World Cup 2022 : Serbia vs Switzerland, Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights

Serbia vs Switzerland, Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights : Cameroon beat second-placed Brazil 1-0 in their final Group G match at the Lusail Stadium on Friday, but it was not enough as the African team crashed out of the competition.

Cameroon finished third with four points, two behind second-placed Switzerland, who beat Serbia 3–2. Brazil, which had already qualified, topped the goal difference with six points and will take on South Korea in the last 16.

Serbia vs Switzerland, Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights: Brazil and Swiss are in FIFA World Cup 2022 Top 16

Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights: Brazil Top Group G Despite 0-1 Loss Against Cameroon


FIFA World Cup 2022 Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights: Brazil Top Group G Despite 0-1 Loss Against Cameroon

Five-time champions Brazil lost to Cameroon in their final group match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Saturday. Cameroon became the first African team to beat Brazil at the World Cup, scoring a late winner at the Lusail Stadium to secure a 1–0 win.

Vincent Aboubakar scored in the 92nd minute and was sent off a minute later for taking off his shirt in celebration after receiving a second yellow card. But the result did not change the fortunes of either side.

Brazil, which had already qualified for the last 16 before the game, topped Group G with six points, ahead of Switzerland, who beat Serbia 3–2 on goal difference in the other group game. Cameroon ended their campaign with four points and third place in the group. Serbia is at the bottom with just one point.

The game was dominated by second-placed Brazil, coach Tite made nine changes to his starting line-up, but failed to score despite 21 attempts on goal, seven on goal and 65 percent possession.

In the next round, Brazil will face Group H runners-up South Korea, who beat Portugal 2–1.
Cameron, whose last World Cup win came against Saudi Arabia in 2002, was on the back foot for most of the match but came alive at the death.  Aboubakar overtook Ederson.
The contest, played in a relatively quiet atmosphere at the Lusail Stadium, the tournament’s largest venue, saw Brazil’s reserves eager to impress, but Tite’s team failed to produce their usual form.

Tellis, and replacing Rodrigo and Fred with Everton Ribeiro and Bruno Gomaris. The substitution gave Brazil a sudden stir and Apasi was forced into action three times in as many minutes.

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Serbia vs Switzerland Highlights: Switzerland beat Serbia to enter last 16


Switzerland beat Serbia 3-2 on Friday to enter the knockout rounds of the World Cup for the third consecutive tournament after finishing as runners-up in Group G and setting up a last-16 clash with Portugal.

A fast-paced first half at the Stadion 974 saw Switzerland take the lead through Sherdan Shaqiri but Serbia turned the game on its head with two quick goals in the space of 10 minutes through Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Vilhovic.

Breel Embolo added another twist in an absorbing opening period by drawing Switzerland’s side level just before the break, while Remo Freuler restored their one-goal advantage with a goal three minutes after the restart.

Switzerland fired a warning shot with barely 30 seconds on the clock, as captain Granit Xhaka’s strike was blocked by the Serbian defense before goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic saw Mobolo head-on and also on the rebound. Xhaka denied both.

After that early scare, Serbia enjoyed a spell of pressure, Nikola Milenkovic headed past Dusan Tadic’s corner before Andrija Zivkovic shot from outside the penalty area and rattled the left post with a powerful effort.

In the 20th minute, Ricardo Rodriguez’s  cross was cleared and fell to Djibril Sow, who fired past Shaqiri from the right. The midfielder fired home a strike that took a slight deflection off Strahinja Pavlovic  as it went into the net.

Fulham frontman Mitrovic headed in Tadic’s cross to put Serbia level six minutes later. Tadic rejoined and played the ball in for Vlahovic, who finished the Serbian comeback by curling a low shot past goalkeeper Gregor Kobel.

But Embolo headed home Silvan Widmer’s low cross in the 44th minute and Freuler kept the momentum going by tapping home Syria’s fifth goal as two brilliant moves from the Swiss attack proved to be Serbia’s defeat.

Midway through the second half, Mitrovic went down too easily after a challenge from Fabian Schaer , but his appeal for a penalty was turned down, and the Serbian collapsed onto the pitch in protest of the dugout referee’s decision.

Switzerland are level with Group G winners Brazil on six points but behind because of goal difference. Serbia, who needed a win to give themselves a chance to advance, finished bottom of the group with just one point. Since the breakup of Yugoslavia, they have never progressed beyond the group stage of the World Cup.

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