Brazil vs Costa Rica 2-0 Extended Highlights WORLD CUP 22/06/2018 HD
Watch and download the highlight and goals of Brazil vs Costa Rica which ended 2-0 in Favour of Brazil.
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Brazil had to battle to see off Costa Rica at the St Petersburg Stadium and record their first victory of this World Cup, winning 2-0 with goals in added time. After their opening 1-1 draw with Switzerland, the result lifts Brazil up to four points, while Costa Rica are out of the World Cup, having lost their opening Group E match 1-0 to Serbia.
Brazil had more of the possession and more of the shots in the first half but they could not turn their dominance into goals. Gabriel Jesus had the ball in the net after 26 minutes but it was correctly ruled out for offside. Both Philippe Coutinho and Marcelo had long-range shots that whizzed off target, while Celso Borges shot wide from eight yards out for Costa Rica when he should really have done better.
Both sides had chances in the second half but it looked as if a spot-kick might settle it. Brazil thought they had a penalty with 12 minutes left, when Björn Kuipers pointed to the spot after Neymar fell theatrically following a brief tangle with Giancarlo González. But after consulting VAR, Kuipers deemed that there had been no meaningful contact and reversed his decision. Shortly afterwards both Neymar and Philippe Coutinho were booked for dissent.
The deadlock was finally broken in the first minute of added time, when Coutinho smashed home from close range after Roberto Firmino headed the ball across the goal and Gabriel Jesus toe-poked the ball away from a defender. Neymar was then played in to score from a few yards out in the dying seconds.
Serbia are playing Switzerland at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Friday’s late game. Group E concludes on Wednesday, with Serbia playing Brazil in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow while Switzerland play Costa Rica in Nizhny Novgorod.