Brazil vs South Korea: An exciting FIFA Clash to Watch

Brazil vs South Korea will take place in the round of 16 at Stadium 974 on Monday (6 December), continuing their pursuit for a record-extending sixth FIFA World Cup title. In their most recent meeting in June, Brazil defeated South Korea 5-1 in a friendly match at Seoul World Cup Stadium, with goals from Richardson, Philippe Coutinho, Gabriel Jesus, and a pair from Neymar. The number 974 refers to both the number of shipping containers used to build the stadium and to Qatar’s international telephone calling code. The facility hosted five matches at the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup, and it will host seven World Cup matches in the future. Even though as per general consensus Brazil is the most likely to win, we have learned from this World Cup that nothing is certain until the final whistle blows. The victor of this contest will take on the victor of Japan vs. Croatia.

Brazil vs South Korea

Is Neymar Playing Today?

Neymar is not declared unfit. The Selecao medical team, Rodrigo Lasmar, has reported that Neymar may be able to play against South Korea after all. Despite suffering a severe ankle injury in the season opener, Neymar Jr. has proclaimed his readiness to play.

Overview of the Match

Brazil, who lost their final group stage game to Cameroon 1-0, will play South Korea in the round of 16. Having already qualified for the knockout stage, the Brazilians aggressively rotated their roster for the Cameroon match. Some of Brazil’s top players have had time off to recover, just in time to face a South Korean team that defeated Portugal with a last-gasp goal. Brazil vs South Korea is set for Doha’s Stadium 974 at 10 p.m. local time. The equivalent times in other time zones are 7:00 pm GMT and 4:00 am KST.

Where to Watch Brazil vs South Korea Live Streaming?

The Brazil vs South Korea matchup in the Round of 16 of the FIFA World Cup 2022 will be broadcast live in India on Jio Cinema, Sports18, and Sports18 HD. The game will be broadcast in the United States on FOX (English) and Telemundo (Spanish). Those in Brazil can watch the game on globoplay, sportv, TV Globo, or FIFA+.

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