MATCH REPORT: Brazil 1-1 Switzerland - Zuber's header deny Brazil Featured
17 Jun

MATCH REPORT: Brazil 1-1 Switzerland - Zuber's header deny Brazil

Brazil failed to picked their first victory in the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup after sharing spoils with Switzerland on Sunday evening.
 
Switzerland managed to hold Brazil to a 1-1 stalemate in their Group E clash at the Rostov Sports Stadium.
 
Blerim Dzemaili failed to register the lead for the Red and White lads as his thunderbolt strike went wide in the fourth minute.
 
Barcelona's Paulinho missed a chance which could have helped Brazil to get the lead in the 12th minute of the game.
 
A 20th minute stunning strike from Philippe Coutinho helped the South American nation to break the deadlock before recess.
 
With few minutes to end the match, the Swiss gained possession as they search for the equaliser but their attackers failed to grab it.
 
Ten minute after the break, Steven Zuber netted the leveller for his side with a powerful header from Xherdan Shaqiri's cross.
 
Neymar and Coutinho made several attempts to restore the lead but their shots went wide in the mid of the game.
 
The Brazilians kept mounting pressure on Coach Vladimir Petkovic's side but failed to score again as the game ended in a one-all draw.
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