Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER: Brazil thrash Peru 4-0 to maintain their unbeaten run

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Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER: Brazil defeated Peru 3-0 on Friday to maintain their unbeaten streak in Copa America 2021. Alex Sandro gave Brazil an early lead against Peru as he scores in the 12th minute. The goal was assisted by Gabriel Jesus. Neymar and Everton Ribeiro extended the lead with a goal each in the second half. Richarlison added the fourth goal in the extra time. Brazil are now at the top at the Group A table with six points.

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The referee blows the final whistle. Brazil maintain their dominant form.

90+3 GOALLLLLL! And now Richarlison gets his name on the scoreboard.

6 minutes of Extra time

89′ GOALLLLLLL! Everton Ribeiro takes the goal tally to 3-0 for Brazil. A brilliant pass from Richarlison from the left and Ribeiro slots it in past Gallese.

79′ NEARLY A GOAL FOR PERU! A free kick comes in from the right, but Alex Valera unable to put the ball at the back of the net.

77′ Another change for Brazil: Renan Lodi comes on for goalscorer Alex Sandro.

75′ CLOSE! Neymar is having a fine sequence of minutes here as he takes a shot with his left foot this time, but the ball is wide.

73′ Great play from Brazil, particularly Neymar, who sprints down the centre, puts in a pass on the left to Richarlison, who takes a shot but it is saved by the goalkeeper.

72′ Change for Brazil: Roberto Firmino comes on for Gabriel Jesus.

68′ GOALLLLL! Neymar scores with a low shot on the bottom corner.

There is a VAR check on, for the decision, however. The check is complete and the decision has been OVERTURNED. At multiple looks of the replay, it does look like technology has got it right here.

60′ Neymar is brought down inside the box and the referee expectedly points to the spot.

59′ Gabriel Jesus is booked for a challenge on Cueva.

57′ It has been all Brazil since the start of this half.

52′ Danilo takes shot from a decent range, from the centre of the pitch. But the ball goes well above the goalkeeper.

49′ Good, pacy start to this half from the hosts, after making those two changes.

Two changes for Brazil at the start of this half. Richarlison and Gabriel Ribiero have come on for Gabriel Babosa and Everton.

HALFTIME

44′ Yoshimar Yotun is booked for a challenge on Gabriel Jesus.

39′ Fine, fine play from Peru as it comes close to scoring the equaliser but is denied by Danilo near the goal. A subsequent corner does not create anything substantial.

36′ A really good passage of play for Brazil as it continues to fire in multiple attacks on the Peru half. However, it has still not managed to double its lead.

34′ For the second time in this half, Neymar is down again and is holding his ankle and grimmacing. He is back on his feet.

31′ Peru continues to show glimpses of positivity as we cross the half-hour mark in this contest.

27′ Peru nearly gets the equaliser via a corner, but a close range shot lands straight in Ederson’s hands.

23′ Christian Ramos is booked for a really bad looking challenge on Neymar.

22′ Peru continues to apply pressure on the Brazilians, but the latter seems up to the task of preserving its lead for as long as possible.

18′ Peru has not looked completely out of this fixture from the first kick of this match, but has lacked the precision.

12′ GOALLLLL! Alex Sandro gives the Brazil the lead. Lovely play from the Brazilans. Neymar puts in a cross from the left, the ball lands near Gabriel Jesus near goal, who passes it to the left back Sandro, who converts for the hosts from close range.

11′ Brazil look to create something from the left and Fred takes a shot with his right foot but the ball is well away from the goal and flies away.

5′ The Brazil players have had a bit more to do with the ball in the past few minutes, but nothing in terms of chances for both teams.

2′ Peru has started better in the opening exchanges, with large chunks of possession.

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Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER LIVE: Only four survivors for Brazil from the starting XI which defeated Venezuela 3-0 in its first match. Tite makes changes across all four departments, as Thiago Silva comes in to partner Eder Militao in central defence. Alisson is replaced by Ederson in goal.

Fabinho comes in to form one half of the double pivot with Fred in holding midfield.

But it is in attack where Tite has made the biggest change as Neymar, few hours after being omitted from the Tokyo Olympics squad, gets picked in the starting XI for the game against Peru.

Peru, from the looks of it, seems like to be playing a back four and has picked Lapadula as the main striker upfront in its Copa America opener.

Here are the teams for today’s game:

Brazil: Ederson; Danilo, Éder Militão, Thiago Silva, Alex Sandro; Fabinho, Fred; Gabriel Jesus, Everton, Gabigol; Neymar

Peru: Gallese; Corzo, Ramos, Abram, López; Tapia, Yotún; Carrillo, Peña, Cueva; Lapadula

Earlier in the week, Brazil’s leading football clubs announced that they intend to create an independent league body, with 19 of Serie A’s 20 clubs backing the decision to form a league that would give them more say in the running of the game.

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Brazil vs Peru LIVE: Where to watch Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER LIVE stream?

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Where is Copa America 2021 held?
Copa America 2021 will take place in England from June 13, 2021.

When will Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER be Started? – Date
Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER will start on June 18

What Time Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER Will begin? Time
Copa America 2021 BRA vs PER Will begin at 5:30 AM IST

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What is the prize money?

As per a report, 6.5 million USD for winner, 3.5 million USD for runners-up

Copa America fixtures

DATE MATCH VENUE TIME IN IST
Monday, June 14 Brazil vs Venezuela Mane Garrincha 2:30 AM
Monday, June 14 Colombia vs Ecuador Arena Pantanal 5:30 AM
Tuesday, June 15 Argentina vs Chile Nilton Santos 2:30 AM
Tuesday, June 15 Paraguay vs Bolivia Olimpico 5:30 AM
Friday, June 18 Colombia vs Venezuela Olimpico 2:30 AM
Friday, June 18 Peru vs Brazil Nilton Santos 5:30 AM
Saturday, June 19 Chile vs Bolivia Arena Pantanal 2:30 AM
Saturday, June 19 Argentina vs Uruguay Mane Garrincha 5:30 AM
Monday, June 21 Venezuela vs Ecuador Nilton Santos 2:30 AM
Monday, June 21 Colombia vs Peru Olimpico 5:30 AM
Tuesday, June 22 Uruguay vs Chile Arena Pantanal 2:30 AM
Tuesday, June 22 Argentina vs Paraguay Mane Garrincha 5:30 AM
Thursday, June 24 Ecuador vs Peru Olimpico 2:30 AM
Thursday, June 24 Colombia vs Brazil Nilton Santos 5:30 AM
Friday, June 25 Bolivia vs Uruguay Arena Pantanal 2:30 AM
Friday, June 25 Chile vs Paraguay Mane Garrincha 5:30 AM
Monday, June 28 Brazil vs Ecuador Olimpico 2:30 AM
Monday, June 28 Venezuela vs Peru Mane Garrincha 2:30 AM
Tuesday, June 29 Uruguay vs Paraguay Nilton Santos 5:30 AM
Tuesday, June 29 Bolivia vs Argentina Arena Pantanal 5:30 AM
Quarterfinals
Saturday, July 3 2B vs 3A Olimpico 2:30 AM
Saturday, July 3 1B vs 4A Nilton Santos 5:30 AM
Sunday, July 4 2A vs 3B Mane Garrincha 3:30 AM
Sunday, July 4 1A vs 4B Olimpico 6:30 AM
Semi-finals
Tuesday, July 6 WQF1 vs WQF2 Nilton Santos 4:30 AM
Wednesday, July 7 WQF3 vs WQF4 Mane Garrincha 6:30 AM
Third Place
Saturday, July 10 LSF2 vs LSF1 Mane Garrincha 5:30 AM
Final
Sunday, July 11 WSF2 vs WSF1 Maracana 5:30 AM

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