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Canarinho’s Comeback: Brazil Thrashes Paraguay!

Paraguay 1-4 Brazil: Canarinho Claims a Big Win 🏆

Brazil really turned up the heat this time! After a bit of a stumble in their first match against Costa Rica, Brazil got right back on track with a convincing 4-1 win over Paraguay.

Vinicius Jr was the star of the show, netting twice and really showing his class. The game kicked off with a bit of drama—a penalty awarded to Brazil around the half-hour mark. Unfortunately, Lucas Paqueta from West Ham couldn’t capitalize, sending it wide. But hey, no harm, no foul, right? Just four minutes later, Paqueta redeemed himself by setting up Vinicius Jr for a slick first goal, all thanks to some top-notch teamwork.

Before halftime, Savinho, in his debut goal for Brazil, found the net making it 2-0. The young star pounced on a defensive mix-up by Paraguay, showing just how quickly fortunes can turn in football. And just before the whistle, Vinicius Jr struck again, catching a clearance and coolly making it three.

Paraguay didn’t just roll over, though. Right after the break, Omar Alderete from Getafe unleashed a spectacular long-range shot to put his team on the board. Still, Brazil was far from done. They got another controversial penalty handed to them, and this time Paqueta made sure it counted, securing Brazil’s fourth goal.

Things got a bit heated towards the end with Andres Cubas of Paraguay seeing red for a rough challenge on Douglas Luiz of Aston Villa. Meanwhile, over in another match, Colombia kept up their strong start with a 3-0 win against Costa Rica, setting up a tantalizing clash with Brazil next.

So, Brazil’s back on form, and I can’t wait to see what happens next. This tournament’s heating up, and I’m all here for it!