The Brazil national football team and the Serbia national football team are set to face off in an upcoming match. Here is a look at the lineups for both teams, as well as a brief overview of their respective squads.
The Brazil national football team will be led by the experienced Thiago Silva, who is one of the most decorated and accomplished defenders in the world. Alongside him, the team will have the likes of Neymar, Philippe Coutinho, and Gabriel Jesus in attack, and Casemiro and Paulinho in midfield. In goal, Alisson Becker will be the man to watch, as he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
Serbia will be led by their captain and star midfielder, Nemanja Matic. He will be joined by the likes of Aleksandar Mitrovic, Dusan Tadic, and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in attack. The defense will be marshalled by the experienced Branislav Ivanovic and Milan Rodic, while the midfield will be anchored by Luka Milivojevic and Nemanja Gudelj. The team will also have the experienced Vladimir Stojkovic in goal.
The upcoming match between Brazil and Serbia is sure to be an exciting one, as both teams have some of the best players in the world. It remains to be seen which team will come out on top, but it should be an entertaining match.
On June 27th, 2019 the highly anticipated match between Brazil and Serbia witnessed the two national football teams, Brazil and Serbia, close out the group stages of the International Cup. Both teams were vying to win, as only the winner of the match would be able to advance to the tournament semi-finals. After an exciting ninety minutes, Brazil emerged victorious with a one-nil win over Serbia. Here, we take a closer look at the starting lineups of both teams.
For Brazil, head coach, Tite, went with a 4-3-3 formation. In goal, Tite had Alisson, who was supported by a back line of Dani Alves and Alex Sandro, who were flanked by Thiago Silva and Marquinhos. The midfielders for Brazil consisted of Casemiro, Philippe Coutinho, and Arthur, who lined up alongside the attackers, Neymar and Roberto Firmino.
Serbia’s head coach, Mladen Krstajic, on the other hand, employed a 5-4-1 formation. The Serbian goalkeeper, Predrag Rajkovic, was protected by the defense of Branislav Ivanovic, Nikola Milenkovic, Matija Nastasic, Milos Veljkovic, and Antonio Rukavina. The Serbian midfield boasted Nemanja Matic, Luka Milivojevic, and Filip Kostic, while Aleksandar Mitrovic was the lone forward on the field.
In the end, Brazil emerged victorious with the team’s talisman, Neymar, scoring the winning goal in the first half. Brazil’s win enabled them to advance to the semi-finals, while Serbia finished their campaign at the group stages.