Brazil vs Serbia: Brazil coach Tite has provided a positive update on Neymar’s injury after their 2-0 win over Serbia in their 2022 FIFA World Cup debut. The Brazil vs Serbia match kicked off to both teams’ 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign. It was the South American heavyweights who emerged on top.
After a goalless first half in the Brazil vs Serbia game, Brazil scored twice in the second half to earn all three points of the match. While an impressive second-half performance gave Brazil a winning start, there were concerns about Neymar’s injury.
Neymar started for the five-time FIFA World Cup winners in their match against Serbia. Neymar was fouled nine times by Serbian players during the match, and the Brazilian superstar limped off the pitch in the 80th minute with an ankle injury.
Brazil vs Serbia: Tite publishes update on Neymar’s injury
Neymar’s injury has raised fears that he could miss upcoming FIFA World Cup matches in Brazil. After being substituted in the 80th minute, Neymar was seen with ice strapped to his ankle. Neymar was also photographed with a swollen foot.
However, Brazil coach Tite has provided a positive update on Neymar’s injury after their win over Serbia.
Speaking after Brazil beat Serbia, Tite assured that Neymar will play for Brazil again in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. “You can be sure that Neymar will play again in the World Cup. I am absolutely sure of that. He is going to play in the World Cup, ”Tite said after the match between Brazil and Serbia.
“I want to make a technical and tactical observation about Neymar. He was feeling his ankle for both goals but he stayed because the team needed him. The goals, one of which played a decisive role, overcame the pain that was present”, Tite added after the Brazil vs Serbia game.
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Meanwhile, the victory in the Brazil vs Serbia match helped the Seleção Canarinha to the top of the points table of Group G. Neymar and company. they have three points in a match and occupy the first position of the table.
Switzerland ranks second with three points, while Cameroon and Serbia, who do not have a point, rank third and fourth respectively.