This time again, the World Cup is a witness to Brazil and Argentina writing poetry on the field. Both teams started in a slow rhythm and are now on fire
FIFA World Cup 2022: The Qatar World Cup was full of unexpected twists and turns for football lovers. Small teams like Saudi Arabia, Japan, South Korea, Australia, USA, Morocco and Senegal jumped into the pre-quarters by overcoming the strong ones. Giants like Belgium, Uruguay and Germany had tears instead of cups in Qatar.
Despite minor difficulties, powerhouses such as Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Portugal and France did not disappoint. This time again, the World Cup is a witness to Brazil and Argentina writing poetry on the field. After losing to Saudi Arabia, Lionel Messi’s Argentina were on the road to recovery. Mexico and Poland were officially defeated. It was repeated against Australia in the pre-quarters.
On the other hand, Brazil started with solid steps. Serbia was defeated by Richarlison’s might. Casemiro was the architect of the victory against the Swiss, and in the end Cameron’s shock reached the pre-quarters. However, Brazil, which came in a stable rhythm, burned in the pre-quarters. Neymar led the way as he recovered from injury to beat South Korea 4-1. Brazilian football flourished in Qatar.
The stage is set for the dream semi-final between Argentina and Brazil, which the world is waiting for in Qatar. The two teams will face each other if they survive the quarter finals. Argentina’s opponents in the quarter are no mean feat, the Netherlands. Defense is the strength and Messi’s magic should be able to knock it down. On the other hand, Brazil’s opponents are Croatia. Tite’s team will bring the desire to win.
Argentina – Brazil in the World Cup
1974 – The game was between Argentina and Brazil in Group A. Brazil won by two goals to one. Rivellino (32) and Jairsinho (49) scored for Brazil. Miguel Angel (35) returned the goal for Argentina.
1978 – The match in Group B ended in a goalless draw.
1982 – Brazil’s victory was complete dominance in the match in Group C. They defeated their arch-rivals by 3-1. Seiko (11), Serginho (67) and Leo Junior (74) scored for the Yellow Army. Argentina’s consolation goal was scored by Ramon Diaz (89).
1990 – Argentina experienced victory for the first time in the World Cup against Brazil. In the pre-quarter, Claudio Kanehya scored a goal in the 81st minute.