Richarlison scored a second-half brace for the five-time winners.
Brazil’s best chance of the game came from Neymar’s corner.
Which was saved by Vanja Milinkovic-Savic.
For Brazil, Richarlison’s hot streak of goalscoring continued, as the five-time winners kicked off their Group G challenge at the World Cup with a 2-0 victory over Serbia, owing in large part to the Tottenham striker’s spectacular second-half brace.
Although they had the ball for the majority of the first half, Brazil’s offence failed to pose any serious problems for Serbia’s defence. Neymar’s deft in-swinging corner was just narrowly saved by goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, and they were forced to rely on such spurts of individual inventiveness and inspiration.
Brazil’s best chance to score came from the left side, where Vinicius Junior was stationed. However, the best chance to score came from the other side of the field, where Lucas Paqueta’s partner, Raphinha, exchanged passes with him before prodding a shot straight at the goalkeeper, who also made a sharp save at Vinicius’s feet.
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