Brazil defeated Switzerland 1-0 in Group G of a FIFA World Cup to advance to the knockout phase. Casemiro scored the game-winning goal late. The triumph also made them the very first nation to ever go undefeated through 17 group stage contests. The Selecao put up an excellent performance tonight, earning them a well-deserved victory.
After a goalless first half under which Brazil controlled play but found various shots on target, the selecao retained power of the rest of the half. Vincius Jnior presumed he had established the evaluation process in the 65th min, but VAR disallowed the goal because of offside in the buildup.
After Rodrygo slid the ball inside the area to Casemiro, who then fired a spectacular half-volley more into top corner, Brazil were later rewarded with a goal. Switzerland made a valiant effort to tie the game but was unsuccessful as Brazil kept up their impressive play. Brazil defeated the opponent by a count of 1-0.
Here is the table after Brazil defeated Switzerland by a score of 1-0;
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