Brazil beat Peru 2-0 in the World Cup qualifiers
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Brazil beat Peru 2-0 in the World Cup qualifiers

Neymar and Everton Ribeiro’s goals helped Brazil to an easy victory over Peru. Brazil beat Peru 2-0 in the South American World Cup qualifier in Recife on Friday (September 10) morning.

With the victory in all the eight matches, the followers of coach Tito have retained the top spot in the points list of the region. Everton put Peru ahead with a goal in the 14th minute of the match. He turned the ball made by Neymar into a goal. Everton had also scored in the previous match against Chile. As a result, the rising star scored two goals in two matches in international football.

Everton had a chance to score another goal 5 minutes before the break. But the Peruvian goalkeeper returned the ball to his shot. Later, Neymar tapped the ball into the net again.

Most Premier League clubs have not allowed their players to play in international matches due to the Covid restrictions. That is why coach Tito did not get 9 regular players of the national team in the team. Even then, the team has maintained its superiority. Brazil have yet to lose in the last 12 World Cup qualifiers. With this, the team has ensured the ninth consecutive victory by selecting the World Cup on their own soil. That includes all of Qatar’s eight matches in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

“We didn’t get a lot of players in the three matches this year,” said captain Casimiro. It was an opportunity to make others better. I think we are still on the right track. We have won eight matches in a row. This is a record. Although we are not sitting on this mathematical calculation. The World Cup is on our minds. ‘

The win puts Brazil at the top of the list with 24 points from eight matches in the South American World Cup qualifiers. Second-placed Argentina are six points behind them.

The top four teams in this group of 10 will qualify for the World Cup in Qatar. If a fifth team is to play in the main draw of the World Cup, it will have to overcome the odds of a playoff match. Where they will have to fight with another team from the six Confederations of FIFA.

In other South American qualifiers on Thursday, Uruguay beat Ecuador 1-0, Paraguay beat Venezuela 2-1 and Colombia beat Chile 3-1.

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