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Tue 27 September 2022 | 21:11

Brazil hit five past Tunisia in last game before the World Cup

Brazil beat 10-men Tunisia 5-1 in a friendly match at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday night.

Brazil

in their last game before the World Cup defeated 10-man Tunisia with five goals 5-1 in a friendly on Tuesday. Raphinha scored twice in this match in Paris. Brazil also beat Ghana 3-0 on Friday in another friendly match.

Raphinha opened the scoring in the 11th minute with a header. Tunisia equalized just seven minutes later with a header by Montassar Talbi from a free kick.

Just a minute later Brazil scored their second goal through Richarlison who scored from Raphinha’s pass. A spectator at the Parc des Princes threw a banana at  Richarlison as he celebrated his goal against Tunisia.

Brazil won a penalty in the 29th minute after a foul on Casemiro and

Neymar

scored from the spot. This was Neymar's 75th goal for Brazil and now he is only just two goals behind the tally of legendary striker Pele.

Raphinha

scored his second after a counter-attack in the 40th minute. Tunisia was reduced to 10 men just two minutes later after a foul on Neymar. Flamengo forward Pedro scored the fifth goal from the edge of the box in the 74th minute.

Brazil is in Group G with Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon. Tite’s side who is unbeaten in their last 15 matches will open their World Cup campaign against Serbia on November 24.


source: SportMob



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