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Brazil (4) vs. Bolivia (0) – Results

Last Updated on March 30, 2022 5:23 pm by Erwin Noguera

The Brazilian National Team fulfilled on this final day of the CONMEBOL Qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. This time, they had no trouble at the Hernando Siles Stadium in La Paz; a complicated stadium for any team that visits it, and thrashed with an overwhelming score of 4-0 to Bolivia.

Those led by Tite sealed with a flourish their spectacular performance in this qualifying process. All without adding any defeat and with 45 points, as well as breaking the record set by Argentina led by Marcelo Bielsa in the Korea-Japan World Cup Qualifiers 2002, where they managed to accumulate 42 points.

First Half

Brazil began the game being true to its leadership status; showing an attitude of authority by managing the game’s strings in La Paz from the start. Given this, Bolivia tried to respond with attacks on its right side with a shifting Henry Vaca. He didn’t stop generating scoring chances but did not have a satisfactory ending.

Brazil played the match as they wanted and they were showing a lot of superiority on the field and it even seemed that they were playing at a jog. After a lot of relaxation and a mistake by Marquinhos that Alisson had to correct with a spectacular save; the Canarinha woke up immediately and Guimaraes assisted Paquetá. Finally, with a spectacular shot, the Lyon left-hander made it 1-0 to open the scoring in La Paz.

Brazil, without their top star Neymar and Real Madrid striker Vinicius, could not have a monopoly on the ball; thus allowing Bolivia to generate some dangerous situations. Similarly, the individual quality of the team led by Tite was reflected in each burst of attack. Before the end of the first half, with oversight in Bolivia’s defense, Richarlison scored the 2-0 that liquidated Bolivia before the break.

Second Half

The coach of Bolivia, Cesar Farías tried to counteract the bad moment that was coming in the second half with a triple offensive change at the beginning of the second period.

These changes helped Bolivia to generate more scoring chances, but their forwards were unable to beat Alisson’s goal. On the contrary, Brazil, led by Bruno Guimarães, sentenced the game in the 66th minute; when he scored 3-0 lowering the lights of the stadium once and for all.

The match was already over with 25 minutes remaining, Bolivia had already lowered its arms, while Brazil stroked its historical record of having finished the Qualifiers with an exceptional level.

When we all waited for the referee’s final whistle, Richarlison scored again for The Canarinha to give them the final 4-0.

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