Brazil vs South Korea live: World Cup score, highlights, result from 2022 Round of 16 match

The favorites to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup begin their journey through the knockouts with a round of 16 match, as a Brazilian talent battle against high-energy South Korea with a quarter-final in line for the winner.

The Koreans will be relieved to have reached this stage after a stoppage-time goal from Wolves striker Hwang Hee-chan gave them a surprise win against Portugal to advance from Group H ahead of Uruguay.

Brazil suffered a shock of their own on the final day of group matches, dropping a 1-0 result to Cameroon. It turns out that the Selecao still claimed first place on goal difference to set up the matchup against South Korea.

These two teams met in a friendly in Seoul in June, with Brazil running out comfortable 5-1 winners. A World Cup knockout match should follow a different script, but Neymar’s return from an ankle injury sustained in their opening match will have Brazilian supporters dreaming of another lopsided victory.

Sporting News is following live updates and highlights for Brazil vs South Korea at the World Cup 2022. Follow below for full results from the Round of 16 match in Qatar.

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Score Brazil vs South Korea

1H 2H Final
Brazil
South Korea

Objectives:
No one

Planned trainings:

Brazil (4-2-3-1, from right to left): 1. Alisson (GK) – 14. Eder Militao, 4. Marquinhos, 3. Silva, 2. Danilo – 5. Casemiro, 7. Paqueta – 11. Raphinha, 10. Neymar, 20. Vinicius Jr – 9. Richarlison

South Korea (4-2-3-1, from right to left): 1. Kim Seung-gyu (GK) – 15. Kim Moon-hwan, 4. Kim Min-jae, 19. Kim Young-gwon, 3. Kim Jin-su – 5. Jung Woo-young, 6. Hwang In- beom – 11. Hwang Hee-chan, 18. Lee Kang-in, 7. Son Heung-min – 9. Cho Gue-sung

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Brazil vs South Korea live updates, highlights from World Cup 2022

3 hours 33 minutes from kickoff: Former South Korea international Ji-sung Park, who played for Manchester United during his career, spoke to CNN ahead of today’s match, saying he was hoping for “another shock” against Brazil. Park said he thought Brazil would win the tournament before the start of the World Cup, and while they fell to defeat in the final group stage, “their first and second match was how they played and how much they are strong,” so he is aware of the threat on the other side of the field.

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Park also admits that Brazil “destroyed” us the last time they played, a 5-1 friendly win in June this year, but says the match was a “big lesson” for the Korean players heading into to today’s game.

3 hours 53 from kickoff: Brazil is facing a difficult injury situation that goes beyond Neymar. Danilo is also dealing with an ankle injury that is similar to Neymar, and the team made a dip in the midfield without him against Switzerland, where Fred was deployed.

In addition, Gabriel Jesus and Alex Telles were excluded for the rest of the tournament with their own problems, and while both are backups like the team, it still affects their depth forward.

4:15 a.m. from kickoff: These two sides know that a quarter-final meeting with Japan or Croatia awaits, and those two have started in their meeting of the Round of 16 now. We’d love for you to stick with us for the build-up, but if you want to have two tabs on the go, you can check out our live blog of that game here!

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It’s a big day for the Asian nations, who will surely be rooting for each other as they look to continue a World Cup tournament that is already the best the continent has ever seen, with more teams in the knockout stages ( 3) than any previous tournament.

4 hours 45 minutes from kickoff: Tottenham Hotspur will win either way on Monday. One of its stars is moving, no matter what:

5 hours from kickoff: All this talk about Neymar being ready to play against South Korea is real. Here he is on the practice field before the match. “If all goes well [in training] he will play says the coach:

Brazil vs South Korea lineups, team news

Brazil fans will be excited by the news that Neymar and Danilo are back in the picture after receiving knocks in the opener. But this will be slightly offset by the absence of striker Gabriel Jesus and left-back Alex Telles, who will be unavailable due to knee injuries. Brazil will also be without Alex Sandro, who is dealing with a hip problem, according to Brazilian media.

With both natural left-backs sitting out – Alex Sandro and Alex Telles – coach Tite is expected to play right-back Danilo in the left-back position.

Brazil (4-2-3-1, from right to left): 1. Alisson (GK) – 14. Eder Militao, 4. Marquinhos, 3. Silva, 2. Danilo – 5. Casemiro, 7. Paqueta – 11. Raphinha, 10. Neymar, 20. Vinicius Jr – 9. Richarlison

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South Korea coach Paulo Bento will have a choice to make on the right wing, with the return of World Cup hero Hwang Hee-chan, whose stoppage-time heroics time are the reason Koreans are even here. It can be given the start with other teammates who complete in all the matches of the group.

Napoli defender Kim Min-jae missed the last game through injury but speculation is he could return for this big game, which could see the Koreans return to the quarter-finals for the first time since in 2002.

South Korea (4-2-3-1, from right to left): 1. Kim Seung-gyu (GK) – 15. Kim Moon-hwan, 4. Kim Min-jae, 19. Kim Young-gwon, 3. Kim Jin-su – 5. Jung Woo-young, 6. Hwang In- beom – 11. Hwang Hee-chan, 18. Lee Kang-in, 7. Son Heung-min – 9. Cho Gue-sung

Brazil vs South Korea live streaming, TV channel

This match of the Round of 16 will be played at Stadium 974. Here’s how you can watch all the action in some of the world’s main territories.

Date The time TV channel Streaming
USA Monday, December 5 14:00 ET Fox,
Telemundo
fuboTV,
Fox Sports website/app,
The Telemundo Deportes website/app,
Peacock
Canada Monday, December 5 14:00 ET TSN, CTV, RDS (French) TSN site/app, CTV app
The RDS app
UK Monday, December 5 19:00 GMT ITV, STV ITVX, STV Player
Australia Tuesday, December 6 06:00 AEDT SBS SBS On Demand
India Tuesday, December 6 00:30 IST sports 18 Voot, JioTV
Hong Kong Tuesday, December 6 03:00 HKT Now TV (Ch. 616, 618) Now TV
Malaysia Tuesday, December 6 03:00 MYT Astro FIFA World Cup 1 Astro GO
Singapore Tuesday, December 6 03:00 SGT StarHub TV FIFA World Cup, Singtel FIFA World Cup 141 Singtel TV GO, CAST,
StarHub TV+, MeWatch
New Zealand Tuesday, December 6 08:00 NZDT Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports Sky Go, Sky Sport NOW



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