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FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil 2 - 0 Costa Rica, Does People Still Like To Hate Neymar?

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FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil 2 - 0 Costa Rica, Does People Still Like To Hate Neymar?
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Philippe Coutinho and Neymar safeguarded Brazil out with stoppage-time strikes against Costa Rica following another unsatisfying showcase at the 2018 World Cup.

Mentor Tite's group was setting out toward a second offensive draw when Barcelona midfielder Coutinho flew up to jab home from Roberto Firmino's gesture down.

What's more, with seconds remaining Neymar, the world's costliest player, trapped in Douglas Costa's cross to anchor Brazil's first win of the competition.

Their expectations of triumph hoped to have been dashed when they had a punishment, choice toppled by VAR in the 78th moment after official Bjorn Kuipers had at first governed Neymar had been brought down in the zone.

The way things are Brazil presently lead Group E and could proceed with an attract their last pool coordinate against Serbia.

Brazil were drowsy in the opening 45 minutes.

In the wake of being fouled 10 times in the opening diversion against Switzerland, Neymar, maybe unjustifiably scrutinized after that counterpart for not being a cooperative person, was by and by focusing by safeguards and invested all the more yet energy with his face in the turf.

Barcelona's Coutinho, who scored with a splendid strike in the opening diversion, neglected to discover his range and Chelsea's Willian, taken off at half-time, was terrible on the right.

The rhythm expanded, as did the odds for Brazil, after the break, albeit preceded the objectives Costa Rica guardian Keylor Navas was just tried by Neymar's preview, while Jesus' header fell off the woodwork.

With 15 minutes remaining it was a distressing time for the five-time victors, with Tite and the immense number of Brazilians inside the Saint Petersburg stadium seeking after a supernatural occurrence.

Those supplications had all the earmarks of being replied with 12 minutes staying, as official Kuipers indicated the spot after he judged Giancarlo Gonzalez had pulled down anymore.

Be that as it may, in the wake of watching the replay the accomplished Dutchman toppled the choice - and Brazilian shoulders drooped.

At that point came the leap forward, with the fourth authority flagging six minutes of stoppage time.

With one moment of it played, Coutinho broke the halt when he terminated in after substitute Firmino and Jesus had joined.

What's more, in the withering seconds, Neymar, just as of late recuperated from a broken foot, tucked home Juventus midfielder Costa's square ball.

Brazil's charm sobbed after the last shriek - the win alleviation, both for him and for his country.

Colleague and man-of-the-coordinate, Coutinho, said the 26-year-old's "euphoria at being back on the pitch is infectious".

"We realize that Neymar had troublesome damage and he experienced a troublesome fix, Everybody is so glad for him being back," said the Barcelona player.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil 2 - 0 Costa Rica, Does People Still Like To Hate Neymar?
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Brazil coach Tite, who tripped over as he ran on the field to celebrate Coutinho's opener: "I think I kind of pulled a muscle.
"I'm limping now after the celebration. We were a bit over-excited.
"The first half was difficult but in the second half, we couldn't have done any more. If we have suffered in these first two games, it is simply because this is a World Cup.
"If you look at the games yesterday, and the favourites so far, they are either losing or they are finding it tough and maybe winning 1-0."
Brazil goalscorer Coutinho: "It was a tough game as we expected. We showed good patience to play until the last minute where we were rewarded with those two goals.
"We know the responsibility is huge when you're playing for Brazil. Emotionally, the professor (Tite) always highlights the mental strength we need from the start to the end."
Costa Rica coach Oscar Ramirez on his defensive tactics: "I don't know what else we could have done.
"What we did I think was perfect. You have to think we were playing against the second best team in the world. They have great players.
"Considering what I have at my disposal and what they have, I think it is reasonable what we did."
source bbcsport

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