Brazil’s dominance was so obvious that they had 59% possession throughout the game, with 22 shots on goal and eight on target, compared to Serbia’s 41% possession, five shots on goal, and none on target.
Brazil Won by 2-0 over Serbia in their opener
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Serbia would consider themselves fortunate to have only conceded two goals against a Brazil squad that was on fire courtesy of some incredible scoring from the likes of Richarlison, Vinicius Junior, Casemiro, and Rodrygo, Richarlison ended up with two goals, the second of which was one of the greatest seen so far in this World Cup, a bicycle kick taken not on the volley, but generated by the striker himself.
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