Brazil buried in question for the conclusive match against Serbia
As of now hurting in the wake of battling through its opening two World Cup matches, Brazil needs to move forward.
Fortunately, the five-time champions head into their last gathering match against Serbia at Spartak Stadium in Moscow on Wednesday knowing an attract is sufficient to progress to the round of 16.
Brazil opened the competition with a 1-1 draw against Switzerland, and afterward got two damage time objectives to haul out a 2-0 triumph over Costa Rica.
That second match was a roller coaster, and Neymar completed it by dropping to his knees and crying on the field toward the end. He has since protected the tears, which were of both help and dissatisfaction, and demanded he is resolved to lead Brazil to progress at the current year's World Cup.