Brazil showed a good performance with three goals to defeat Bolivia


Brazil kicked off their Group A campaign with a straightforward 3-0 dismantling of disappointing Bolivia in front of a sold-out crowd at Morumbi Stadium in Sao Paulo.

The Brazilians Philippe Coutinho, scoring two goals, and Everton led Brazil to win their first match. The first goal was in the 50th minute, a penalty given by Néstor Pitana to the Brazilians, supported by the VAR. The second goal came with a majestic header followed by a great pass from Firmino.

The final score in the 85th minute came through the left side of the Bolivian area and was finished by an Everton´s nice kick.

It was all celebration around Sao Pablo, for the National Football team that last Friday faced the Bolivians, in an unusual White jersey, just like hundred years ago, they are seeking for keeping the cup at home.