South Korea – Brazil Predictions
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South Korea 1-5 Brazil
Date: 02.06.2022 | Match at: 12:00 | League: FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL | Tip: Under 3.5 Goals | Odds: 1.35 | Bookie: Unibet.
South Korea – Brazil Match Preview
- Nearly 20 years on from witnessing South Korea suffer elimination at the hands of Germany in their home FIFA World Cup, the Seoul World Cup Stadium once again prepares to host a giant. The Koreans have enjoyed a good calendar year to date (W5, L1), but it could get even better if they can grab a first victory over a team currently in FIFA’s top 15 since October 2018.
- Four clean sheets prior to a loss against the UAE last time out can only provide defensive confidence for the hosts, while Premier League joint-top scorer for 2021/22 Son Heung-Min is expected to provide the most trouble for Brazil. The Spurs dynamo opened the scoring in three of his six goalscoring 2022 World Cup qualification appearances.
- About to mark his sixth anniversary as Brazil manager, Tite is expected to field a strong lineup as he looks to keep his men in-situ as FIFA’s new #1. As feared as ever, the Seleção are still on a high from already setting the record points tally for an 18-game CONMEBOL region World Cup qualification campaign with a round to spare (W14, D3).
- This will be Brazil’s first friendly since a 3-0 H2H win back in November 2019, which added to a dominant H2H record (W5, L1). The sole blot came by a 1-0 loss in this city via a late goal back in March 1999, and if excluding a 2001 Confederations Cup defeat against the then-OFC zone Australia, Brazil are unbeaten against AFC-region nations since (W25, D3).
- Players to watch: Not often far from action when netting, Freiburg’s Jeong Woo-yeong saw three of his four goalscoring Bundesliga matches in 2021/22 end up with 4+ total goals! From a ‘Breisgau-Brasilianer’ to a plain old Brazilian, Everton man Richarlison has seen three of his previous four international goals act as the final installment in 4-0 victories.
- Hot stat: Brazil have never conceded a first-half goal in any H2H.