Brazil vs. Mexico - Football Match Report

Ruben Holloway
July 3, 2018

As well as a firm belief in his players' determination to cause another World Cup upset, Osorio promised an all-out attacking approach against a team he rates as the best in the tournament.

Tite's team progress through to the quarter-finals having registered their third consecutive clean sheet and Selecao will now face the winners of the clash between Belgium and Japan.

Ochoa's resolve was finally breached through Neymar, who tucked home Willian's cross with an outstretched leg on 51 minutes.

But Costa Rica, Serbia and now Mexico have fallen before the Brazilians in order, and with Neymar scoring, Philippe Coutinho creating and a back four allowing nearly nothing, the five-time World Cup champions will be a tough out now.

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Brazil quickly looked for a second but Ochoa was keeping Mexico in the game, firstly keeping out a first-time strike from Paulinho from 12 yards before tipping a fizzing effort from Willian over the crossbar.

Brazil's forward Neymar (left) scores a goal during their 2018 World Cup round of 16 match against Mexico at the Samara Arena in Samara on July 2, 2018. The only other time Mexico defeated a South American side in a World Cup match was in 2002 in a victory over Ecuador.

Brazil picked up where they had left off after the restart, Coutinho testing Ochoa with a fierce drive after cutting in from the left.

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Brazil overtook Germany as the all-time leading scorers in FIFA World Cup history on Monday.

Neymar's right-foot shot was stopped by Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa only moments before the Brazil playmaker rolled a pass to Philippe Coutinho, who fired over the goal in the 26th minute.

Opponents Mexico make two changes from the 0-3 loss to Sweden, with Hugo Ayala replacing the suspended Hector Moreno in central defence and captain Rafael Marquez also coming into the side.

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