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Brazil Gathers World Cup Fans in Old Harbour Bay

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Brazil’s next match will be on Friday at 10 a.m. local time when they face off against Croatia in the quarter finals.

Supporters in Old Harbour Bay came out in large numbers to support Brazil as they cruised past South Korea in the ongoing World Cup. The fans were watching the game from an entertainment joint known as Aunties Hot Spot.
Brazil booked a place in the quarterfinals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. They secured a comfortable 4-1 win through goals from Vinicius Junior, Neymar, Richarlison and Lucas Paqueta. South Korean midfielder Seung-Ho Paik managed to pull one back for his country.
The Old Harbour Bay fans are convinced that the Brazillian “Samba Boys” are the real deal. The South American nation has always been a favorite in all World Cups because it’s the most successful nation in the competition. The Selecao are now firm favorites to go all the way.
According to Claude “Brazil is simply a class above other nations and it’s no surprise that they have the best ballers in this year’s World up. They can’t beaten by any side.”
The five-time World champions got the job done in the first half by scoring all their goals in 4 minutes. They were simply unplayable in the first stanza. They reduced their tempo in the second half and this allowed the opponents to come back into the game. South Korea’s goal came in the 76th minute.
Sheldon Campbell, aka ‘Balla Bwoy’, described the Samba Boys as a team that is capable of winning this year’s tournament. Despite conceding, he believes that was brazil’s performance of the tournament.
Brazil’s next match will be on Friday at 10 a.m. local time when they face off against Croatia in the quarter finals.