Roberto Firmino Grabs Beautiful Goal For Brazil In Anfield

Roberto Firmino Grabs Beautiful Goal For Brazil In Anfield

Roberto Firmino Grabs Beautiful Goal For Brazil In Anfield

Until Neymar stepped onto the pitch it was Croatia who had the best opportunities in a match that seemed headed for a tiresome draw.

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The match between Croatia and Brazil is scheduled for 16:00 today.

Receiving a pass from Philippe Coutinho, Neymar cut into the area, beating Sime Vrsaljko and Duje Caleta-Car with impressive close control and dribbling, before burying a shot into the roof of the goal from the edge of the six-yard area.

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"He will come on in the second half because it's a preparation game for us, for the whole team".

It was the one player that most of the fans in Anfield wanted to see make an impression today; and Roberto Firmino duly delivered.

It was the Croatians, limbering up for a tough group involving Argentina, Nigeria and Iceland, who threatened first but an Ante Rebic chance was snuffed out by Thiago Silva.

But after the break, the Croatians began to defend deeper and allowed Brazil the space to begin to express themselves - a situation Neymar exploited to the full.

Neymar was greeted by warm applause from the mostly neutral Merseyside crowd as he replaced Fernandinho at the start of the second half. Four years ago, the then-hosts collapsed in the 2014 World Cup after Neymar was injured against Colombia, leading to the infamous 7-1 defeat at the hands of eventual champions Germany.

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