Brazil defeated South Korea by two goals to nil to in a friendly match that the South American team managed to resolve without too much effort in which saw flashes of quality from Barcelona’s Neymar and Chelsea’s Oscar who managed to net their team’s two goals.
Brazil took advantage of the few clear chances that were created in the first half in which neither side were the dominating force of the friendly game.
Just before the first half whistle, in the 44th minute, Neymar opened up the scoring with a superb free kick. The Barcelona star beat the South Korean keeper Jung Sung- ryong with a curling shot to his near post whose fingers managed to get a touch on the ball.
With the second half of the match underway, Oscar scored in the 49th minute. The Chelsea player was left alone in front of the South Korean goalkeeper, who dribbled skilfully past the keeper to net at will. The combined duo of Neymar and Oscar became the clear dominators of the game now and should have put away some more chances until the referee Uzbek Ravshan Irmatov ended the match with his final whistle.