Peru v Brazil – Football Match Report – October 13, 2020

Peru v Brazil – Football Match Report – October 13, 2020
Peru v Brazil – Football Match Report – October 13, 2020
A hat-trick by Neymar helped Brazil to a 4-2 win against Peru in a 2022 World Cup qualifier in Lima on Tuesday and put the Parisian Saint-Germain in second place behind Pelé on his country’s scorers list.

Peru’s Andre Carrillo scored his third goal in two games to give the home side the lead after six minutes with a crisp volley from outside the box, but Neymar leveled within 28 minutes of the foul.

Peru, who have never beaten Brazil in a World Cup qualifier, prevailed again on 59 minutes when Renato Tapia’s 25-yard shot hit Rodrigo Caio before rolling into the net, only for Richarlison to equalize five minutes later.

Neymar gave Brazil the lead with another penalty seven minutes from time. After being sent off, Peruvian Carlos Zambrano scored his 64th international goal when he stabbed home 4-2 in added time.

Only Pele has scored more goals for Brazil than Neymar with 77 goals.

29-year-old Neymar now has four career hat-tricks in all competitions with Brazil, as much as Lionel Messi has with Argentina. Before his 29th birthday, Cristiano Ronaldo had only scored two international hat tricks.

Brazil lead the South American qualifying group with six points from two games.

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