Brazil vs Argentina World Cup LIVE Football Score 05/09/2021
Brazil is going head to head with Argentina starting on 5 Sept 2021 at 19:00 UTC at Neo Química Arena stadium, Sao Paulo city, Brazil. The match is a part of the World Cup Qualification, CONMEBOL.
Brazil played against Argentina in 3 matches this season. Currently, Brazil rank 1st, while Argentina hold 2nd position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? Site rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
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Argentina: Coming off of the 3-1 win over Venezuela on Thursday, Argentina are simply looking to keep things going. The defense is playing well, the attack is constantly creating and Lionel Scaloni seems to have found the base of his team, including going to Lautaro Martinez and Di Maria in attack. Against Brazil, they can expect a similar game as the Copa America final in the sense that the hosts should have more of the ball and most of the chances, so Argentina will need to play the counter and be efficient. Emiliano Martinez came up big in the final and will need to do so here if they hope to get something from this match.
Nine weeks after the final of the Copa America, Brazil and Argentina meet each other once more after the Albiceleste took home the continental crown.
There is no title at stake this time. This is the eighth round of South America’s World Cup qualifiers. And the match is likely to have little impact on who makes it to Qatar. With a 100% record in the campaign so far, Brazil have come close to making sure of their place even before the action reaches the half way stage. And something will have to go very badly wrong for Argentina to be drawn into the dogfight. Even so, Sunday afternoon’s clash in Sao Paulo is an important occasion — and not just because of the depth of the historical rivalry. Not even because Lionel Messi might become the highest scoring South American of all time. The Argentine has 76 goals to his name. The great Pele, who left the stage almost exactly 50 years ago, finished with 77. Could Messi choose this match to equal or even over-take the record
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Brazil: What is it going to take for this attack to get going? Look, it is rare that they don’t score, but they aren’t scoring much. They’ve failed to score multiple goals in five straight matches. But before that, they scored at least two in nine of their previous 10. They’ve produced double digit shots in four straight games and just need a bit more sharpness and good fortune. If that comes in this one, then they’ll feel confident in getting revenge
NAME: Brazil – Argentina
DATE: 5 Sept 2021
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Neo Química Arena, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazil versus Argentina serves as a test of the pretensions of the two South American giants in Qatar little more than a year from now. It is the type of high-octane, high-pressure encounter with quality opposition that could take place in the knockout stages of the World Cup. Brazil, of course, go into the match without eleven of the players they called up — the nine Premier League players who were not released, plus two who were recalled by their clubs in Russia.