Brazil beats Venezuela 2-1, enters last 8 inÂ Copa America 2015Â
Copa America 2015 is all set to enter its most decisive phase now. One of the most talked about soccer events right now, even more than the FIFIA Womenâ€™s World Cup 2015, the Copa America 2015 is popular as very popular national soccer teams are part of it.
Another factor is the fact that the South American brand of soccer is very aggressive. Instead of all art, that is the case of European soccer, the South American soccer seems to be all aggression. And fans like it as hot as it gets.
To be fair, hotter it gets, more eyeballs it starts attracting and the same thing seems to be happening at the moment. Neymar incident seems to be height of this aggressive soccer that the continent plays.
In a great match all se to be played later today, Brazil and Venezuela are set to face off to conclude the group stages in 2015 Copa America soccer tournament. There is no denying the fact that even before beginning of this match, Colombia and Peru will have concluded their opening campaigns and if that game ends in a draw then Brazil and Venezuela may play for a tie as it would bring Brazil on top of the group and Venezuela would be among the top two third place teams in the group.
There is no denying the fact that things will become very confusing if Peru and Colombia tie and Brazil and Venezuela also draw. It will put all the four teams with four points. Every team would have the same goal differential so goals scored would be the second tie breaker. And taking into account how many goals are scored in the draws, then the group could get altered greatly.
Nonetheless there are other probable outcomes too and if there are two 0-0 draws then Brazil and Peru would finish atop the group with two goals apiece while Venezuela and Colombia would be at the three and four spots. Venezuela’s win over Colombia thrusts the Vinotintos over Los Cafeteros, eliminating Colombia from contention. A win in Colombia-Peru game is unlikely to change much in this game either with a draw helping both sides reach the next round at the expense of the loser in that game.
Neymarâ€™s absence is going to be a huge downside for his side. He has been the only player who has left great impression as far as Team Brazil is concerned, without him, Brazil will be far less lethal than it has been.
Date:Â Sunday, June 21
Time: 5:30 p.m. ET, 10:30 p.m.Â BST
TV Info:Â beINÂ Sports (U.S.), Premier Sports (UK)
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