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The Brazilian national team’s fans expressed their sadness after their exit from the 2022 Qatar World Cup against the Croatian national team in a penalty shootout. The official match time ended in a goalless draw (0-0), and the extra time concluded with a score of 1-1.
Croatia managed to pull off a significant upset in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar by defeating Brazil in the quarter-finals through a penalty shootout, advancing to the semi-finals.
Neymar scored the opening goal for Brazil in the 105th minute, and everyone anticipated that “Seleção” would reach the semi-finals for the ninth time in its history. However, Petković equalized in the 117th minute with a powerful shot that found its way into the corner of the goalkeeper Alisson’s net.
The Brazil national football team, often referred to as “Seleção,” boasts a remarkable history in the FIFA World Cup. With an illustrious track record, Brazil has secured an impressive total of five World Cup championships, cementing its reputation as one of the most successful and celebrated teams in the tournament’s history.
The team’s first triumph came in 1958 when they clinched their maiden title in Sweden, showcasing their exceptional skills and talent on the international stage. Brazil’s football prowess continued to shine, and they went on to win subsequent World Cups in 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002. These victories are a testament to the country’s deep-rooted football culture, producing legendary players who have left an indelible mark on the sport. The Brazilian national team’s unique style of play, known for its flair, creativity, and samba-like rhythm, has captured the hearts of football enthusiasts around the world.
As the team continues to compete in various editions of the World Cup, their rich legacy and storied history remain an integral part of the tournament’s narrative, inspiring future generations and leaving an enduring legacy in the annals of football history.