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Brazil 1-1 Colombia – Live

Brazil 1-1 Colombia:

Los Cafeteros maintain their winning run and win the group.




Brazil and Colombia played a delicious encounter at Levi’s Stadium in the Bay Area as part of Copa America 2024. After a goal each from Raphinha and Daniel Munoz, Los Cafeteros won Group D.
With an incredible free kick, Raphinha gave the Colombians a 12-minute lead. However, Munoz of Crystal Palace equaled the score, extending the team’s unbeaten run to 26 games across all competitions.

Following a surprising tie with Costa Rica in their Group D opening, Brazil rebounded in Las Vegas, defeating Paraguay 4-1 behind two goals from Vinicius Jr.
They defeated Colombia 7–7 in possession play, however they were out-attempted 13–7, with just five-save Alisson Becker keeping the score tied.
As Uruguay and Brazil square off close to Las Vegas, Colombia will continue to roll and celebrate the group win that will see them play Panama in Glendale.

Los Cafeteros have a fantastic opportunity.
Is this the year of Colombia?
Although Los Cafeteros was not able to participate in the 2022 World Cup, since the late 1980s, Copa America has been a far more successful endeavour.
In fifteen competitions since 1987, Colombia has advanced to the semifinals eight times, taking home the title in 2001.

Although they only have one Copa title, things are starting to get better since it would be incredible to watch Colombia lose to Panama in the quarterfinals.

Then they would get hammered by either Uruguay or Brazil, and on Tuesday, Colombia outplayed Brazil. Argentina is predicted to emerge from the opposite side of the bracket, so this might be an incredible competition.

How to watch Brazil versus Colombia, with the start time and online link

Start time: Tuesday, July 2, at 9 p.m.
Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara is the venue.
How to watch Fox Sports (FS1) on TV and online in the USA



Video goal by Daniel Munoz: Brazil 1-0 Colombia (45+2 minutes)


Video goal from Raphinha: Brazil 1-0 Colombia (12th minute)


Brazil team updates and attention

Wendell, Paqueta, Vinicius, and Militao are all on yellow cards and could be suspended, thus they might not start. Potential candidates include Douglas Luiz, Gabriel Martinelli, Endrick, Raphinha, Andreas Pereira, and Gabriel Magalhaes. That list merely highlights this Brazil team’s incredible strength.
news and emphasis on the Colombian team

If Lerma, Rios, and Cordoba receive another yellow card, they could miss the quarterfinals; James Rodriguez was substituted in Colombia’s victory over Costa Rica, but it was merely a precaution.
Colombia is likely to strive to maintain their momentum going into the quarterfinals in order to secure the top spot and avoid Uruguay, even though they might rotate a little during the previous eight.
Prediction for Brazil vs. Colombia

Brazil seems to be getting warmed up, and even though this will be a very difficult game, their star forwards give them the advantage.


Brazil defeated Colombia 2-1.




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