One of the World Cup favorites, Brazil finally secure their path into the knock out stages of this year’s tournament following their 2-0 victory over Serbia.
Needing at least a point from their final group game to get that knock out stage ticket, Selecao were not playing just for a draw as they want maximum result.
Tite’s men immediately put on an aggressive display since kick off and got themselves in front on 36 minutes through Paulinho’s effort.
That slender lead lasted until half time break as Serbia struggle to get back on level terms during that first 45 minutes.
After the break, both teams continue to push forward in search for more goals, especially The White Eagles as they were chasing the game.
However, despite trying hard in snatching an equalizing goal, Serbia found themselves in an even bigger trouble when Brazil got themselves a second one on 68 minutes, this time from Thiago Silva.
Trailing 2-0 were simply too hard for the Balkan side as they can’t get themselves into it and must accept defeat and ending their World Cup 2018 campaign in the group stage.
Winning that match also means that Tite’s men finished as group winner, two points ahead of their nearest rival Swiss, which surprisingly were held into a draw by Costa Rica.