Brazil vs South Korea after 70 minutes, FIFA World Cup 2022 live updates
Brazil vs. South Korea at the 2022 FIFA World Cup Actual Scoreboard: After recovering from an ankle injury, Brazil striker Neymar will start for the five-time World Cup champions against South Korea on Monday. Due to the absence of Alex Sandro and Alex Telles due to injuries, full back Danilo was also given the all-clear to play and will begin on the left side of the defence.
Neymar and Danilo both sustained ankle injuries in Brazil’s opening 2-0 victory over Serbia, which prevented them from playing in Brazil’s subsequent 1-0 victory over Switzerland and 1-0 loss to Cameroon when coach Tite rotated his team to keep the majority of his important players healthy. Eder Militao, a centre back, will play in the same position against South Korea as Danilo did against Switzerland. Kwon Kyung-won and Lee Kang-in were replaced in the starting lineup by Kim Min-jae, a defender, and Hwang Hee-chan, a forward who came off the bench to score the game-winning goal against Portugal in stoppage time. South Korea coach Paulo Bento also made two more changes to his starting lineup.
Neymar and Danilo both sustained ankle injuries in Brazil’s opening 2-0 victory against Serbia. As a result, they were unable to participate in the 1-0 triumph over Switzerland and the 1-0 loss to Cameroon, as coach Tite rotated his team to keep the majority of his important players healthy. Danilo was replaced at right back by centre back Eder Militao against Switzerland, and he will continue in that position against South Korea. Kwon Kyung-won and Lee Kang-in were replaced in South Korea coach Paulo Bento’s starting lineup by defender Kim Min-jae and forward Hwang Hee-chan, who came off the bench to score the game-winning goal against Portugal in stoppage time.