Brazil dismantled South Korea with a spectacle of 4 goals on Monday evening at the Stadium 974 in Doha.
Biggest news of the evening was perhaps Neymar’s return on the pitch, and return he did, with a penalty under his belt.
The match became pretty much setlled even before half-time, as the first half ended 4-0 to Brazil, with cool-as-you-like goals from Vinícius Júnior, Neymar, Richardlison and Lucas Paquetá.
Neymar’s penalty was his 76th goal for his country, and he needs just one more to equal Pele’s all-time record.
South Korea did not give up that easily, and kept Alisson busy on a few occasions.
Substitute Paik Seung-ho scored a fantastic goal from 30 yards away in the 76th minute.
Brazil tonight was as potent as ever, and they clearly demonstrated why they are one of pundit’s favorites in this World Cup.
Next up, they are facing Croatia in the quarter final, who will surely not give up without a strong fight and will not be left scared after watching tonight’s first half goals galore.