Brazil went in-to the match as strong favorites and it showed on the pitch why the men in the iconic “Yellow Jersey” are one of the world’s best.
Brazil kept pushing forward from the first minute and almost scored in the 7th minute when Casemiro’s shot was blocked.
But the duo of Willian and Coutinho was impossible for Haiti to deal with, and Coutinho finally opened the scoring for Brazil in the 14th minute.
Countinho doubled the lead in the 29th minute, and Renato Augusto added the third goal in the 45th minute.
Brazil were 3-0 up by half-time and before the start of the second-half Gabriel replaced Jonas.
Gabriel added Brazil’s fourth goal in the 59th minute.
Casemiro after getting a yellow card in the first-half, was replaced by number 10 Lucas Lima.
Lima scored Brazil’s fifth goal in the 67th minute.
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Though Haiti pulled one back in the 70th minute when James Marcelin scored a right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box to the top right corner, but it was all too late.
Brazil scored their sixth goal from Renato Augusto’s right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom right corner.
Which was followed by Coutinho completing his hat-trick as the Liverpool attacker helped Brazil win 7-1.